Port of Poulsbo is located on Puget Sound, in Liberty Bay, Washington, USA. It includes 7 main docks, which contains 254 permanent slips, 130 guest slips, floatplane dock, fuel dock, sanitation pump-out facilities, shower and restroom facilities, launch ramp and laundry facilities.
The port begins its history in 1880’s In the early 1900’s a fishing fleet that worked in Puget Sound
and the Straits of Juan de Fuca
became the base of several larger boats working the fishing grounds of Alaska
, under sails, for salmon and cod. In the 1950’s, local ferries and the “mosquito fleet” of steamboats to and from Kitsap County and Seattle
serviced the port and city. The harbor was home to a codfish fleet and had several fish processing plants and oyster beds. In the 1960’s the harbor still retained it fishing history with a great number of working vessels and in 1964 the Port of Poulsbo was formally created as a port.
Port of Poulsbo Marina has accessible pumpout with Porta-Potty dump station. Pump out is available all year round. Slips are offered for pumpout usage. Access to pumpout is limited to vessels with a length of no more than 80 feet. There is also a stationary pumpout, which is located next to the fuel dock. The Porta-Potty dump station is situated by the stationary pumpout.
- 130 guest moorage slips with fresh water and 30 amp power
- 250 permanent moorage slips with fresh water and 30 amp power
- Hot water
- Men’s and Women’s restrooms, including three shower stalls each
- Free pump-a-head and porta-potty dump
- Laundry room equipped with two washers, two dryers and one large wash basin
- Fuel Dock with both gasoline and diesel fuel
- Dingy Dock
- Multipurpose Room for group gatherings
- Commercial pier for loading and unloading equipment
- Tidal grid for marine surveys, plus hull, propeller and zinc inspection
Port of Poulsbo Official Website