Jun 16 2020

Canada Remains Closed til July 21st

6/30/20 update…the closure has been extended to 7/30/20

The border restrictions that were set to be removed this next week have just been extended another 30 days to July 21st.


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Jun 13 2020

A Couple Reminders…

We don’t need the additional stress right now of forgetting something we could have taken care of…

  • Your 2021 Boat Registration is due on your boat by June 30th.
  • The 2020 marina permit is due on your vehicle by June 15th
  • The parking lot repaving will continue for the next couple months, so if you are going to be gone for awhile, contact the marina office to see where you should park so you wont be towed.
  • Be sure your car tabs don’t expire while you are gone.

Have a great summer!


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Jun 10 2020

San Juans are open for boating!

Per their website, the San Juan’s are now welcoming boaters. …
  • Out of county boaters are requested to provision at their home ports and limit time ashore on the ferry-served islands until we are in Phase 3.
  • Overnight moorage is open at 50% capacity at marinas and ports on the four ferry-served islands. Please make reservations before showing up at marinas and ports to ensure they may accommodate you.
Canada is closed til June 21st.  Please check their website before making plans.

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Jun 01 2020

Fireworks at Roche Harbor

Good news!   According to the Roche Harbor Marina Office Manager Katie, Roche Harbor is planning on doing their fireworks show this year.  The marina and dock have restrictions in place but there is plenty of room to anchor in the bay and dinghy in to see the show. Of course, things can change, so please contact them before you go…. https://www.rocheharbor.com/marina/about-our-marina/

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May 25 2020

Parking in the Marina

Parking has always been a challenge at the marina, but even more so these days with the construction/paving and Golden Gardens closure.  A big thank you to the Port for closing off some of the entrances, the additional signage and increased enforcement.

As the paving project moves south, please be aware of the closures and patiently adapt to the frustrations and inconveniences that ensue.  They are only temporary and things will be much better when they are done.

New parking enforcement will be taking place soon…please pay attention to the changes.  As recently announced by the Port, (contact your dock captain if you haven’t heard):

  • The outer 2 rows (white markings) near the street will be free for marina guest parking. All else (blue markings) will be paid permit parking.
  • The 1 free parking 2020 permit will be mailed out to tenants that haven’t received theirs yet. The 2nd one can be paid for over the phone and picked up in the office-call first. You have til June 15th to get your permits and after that, the Port will begin towing.

A reminder-vehicles need to be moved every 15 days.  If you will be gone cruising for longer than that, please contact the marina office and then park in the outer rows as courtesy to your neighbors that are still here.

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