- About Us
Welcome to the Crescent City Harbor District! We offer a new, state-of-the-art marina, with modern amenities for both commercial fisherman and recreational boaters.
Our harbor facilities were dedicated on March 22, 2014. The Inner Boat Basin marina has 240 slips which range in size from 30 feet to 70 feet with side- tie availability for vessels up to 100 feet. The harbor is dredged to a 12 foot depth.
Wide concrete docks from Bellingham Marine with lighted Eaton pedestals provide a safe and stable environment for your vessel and passengers. A new ADA compliant restroom facility with showers, a laundry facility and an enclosed fish cleaning station was completed earlier this year.
The Chart Room, a seafood restaurant overlooking the harbor, and Porcini, a contemporary cuisine establishment with views of the beach, are both located at the harbor. For sandwiches and fresh filleted fish you can walk to Hensel’s Seafood, or if you are interested in buying fresh crab or oysters, The Crescent City Crab Shack is also located at the harbor.
There are five other restaurants, ranging from Northwest contemporary to Mexican, just across the street.
Englund Marine has a store at the harbor that can meet all your vessel, foul weather gear and fishing needs.
We have a 30 ton Travelift and a dry storage area for light do-it-yourself repairs. Fashion Blacksmith is a full service shipyard with a shiplift 100 feet long and 34 feet wide, with a maximum 275 long ton lifting capacity.
The new Inner Boat Basin was designed to resist a 50 year Tsunami event. Thirty inch diameter piles, enclosed in HDPE sleeves, were driven from twenty one to thirty seven feet into the bedrock. “H” dock is designed as a wave and current attenuator with many closely spaced piles to disrupt tsunami flow patterns within the harbor.