King County Marina

Find King County Washington marinas. Marinas provide information on boat docking, supplies, and facilities for personal watercraft, boats, ships, and yachts.

14th Avenue NW Boat Ramp 4400 14th Avenue Northwest Seattle WA 98107 206-684-7249

Affinity Marina 1327 North Northlake Way Seattle WA 98103 206-304-1477

Associated General Contractors Marina 1200 Westlake Avenue North Seattle WA 98109 206-284-4204

Atlantic City Boat Ramp 8702 Seward Park Avenue South Seattle WA 98118 206-684-7249

Ballard Mill Marina 4733 Shilshole Avenue Northwest Seattle WA 98107 206-789-4777

Bell Harbor Marina 2203 Alaskan Way Seattle WA 98121 206-615-3952

Bellevue Washington Marina 2 99th Avenue Northeast Bellevue WA 98004 425-452-6123

Boat Street Marina 1101 Northeast Boat Street Seattle WA 98105 206-634-2050

Canal Marina 360 West Ewing Street Seattle WA 98119 206-282-6767

Day Street Boat Ramp 1402 Lakeside Avenue South Seattle WA 98144 206-684-4075

Des Moines Marina 21630 11th Avenue South Des Moines WA 98198 206-870-6541

Des Moines WA Marina 22307 Dock Avenue South Des Moines WA 98198 206-824-5700

Des Moines Washington Marina 1000 South 220th Street Des Moines WA 98198 206-870-9370

Don Armeni Boat Ramp 1222 Harbor Avenue Southwest Seattle WA 98116 206-233-1509

Eddie Vine Boat Ramp 8001 Seaview Avenue Northwest Seattle WA 98117 206-684-7249

Elliott Bay Marina 2601 West Marina Place Seattle WA 98199 206-285-4817

Fitness By Marina 17802 Southeast 259th Place Covington WA 98042 206-501-8222

Gasworks Park Marina 2143 North Northlake Way Seattle WA 98103 206-283-1390

Gonnasons Marina 307 Central Avenue South Kent WA 98032 253-852-5336

Harbor Island Marina 1001 Southwest Klickitat Way Seattle WA 98134 206-624-5711

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About Marinas

What is the cost of docking at a Marina?

Dockage rates may be based on a daily, monthly, seasonal, or annual fee. They also vary based on the length of the boat or slip. Public Marinas often charge lower fees and their rates may be subsidized by public funding.

What is the difference between a Marina and a Port?

Marinas are facilities designed to serve small recreational boats and yachts. Ports are designed to accommodate large commercial vessels, including cargo ships and large passenger ships. A port is also likely to include a customs station and customs officials.

What documentation is required to lease or rent a slip?

Marinas typically require a written lease. In addition, boaters are usually required to provide proof of boat registration or a USCG certificate of documentation, a copy of a driver's license, and a copy of current boat insurance. Long-term leases may require additional documentation.