Harbormaster Bulletin Board
NOTIFICATION OF INTENT TO OBTAIN CUSTODY.
In accordance with RCW 79.100, the vessel FURIOUS, Documentation number 170299, has been declared derelict/abandoned because it meets the definition of a derelict/abandoned vessel as described in RCW 79.100.010. The City of Bainbridge Island, acting as an authorized public entity with the authority granted in RCW 79.100, intends to take custody of the above named vessel on March 15th, 2017. Once we obtain custody of the vessel, we are authorized to use or dispose of it in any appropriate and environmentally sound manner without further notice to the owner. In order for the owner to retain custody of the vessel, the owner must obtain authorization to moor or anchor the vessel in its current location, move it to an anchorage area or moorage facility that has authorized the vessel, or remove the vessel from the water. If the owner wishes to redeem the vessel once The City of Bainbridge Island has taken custody, the owner must commence a lawsuit to contest The City of Bainbridge Island’s decision to obtain custody of the vessel, or the amount of reimbursement owed, in the superior court of the county in which the vessel was located. The lawsuit must be commenced within ten days of losing custody or the owner’s right to a hearing is waived and the owner will be liable for any costs owed to The City of Bainbridge Island. The costs the owner may be liable for include, but are not limited to, costs incurred exercising the authority granted in RCW 79.100.030, all administrative costs incurred by the authorized public entity during the procedure set forth in RCW 79.100.040, removal and disposal costs, and costs associated with environmental damages directly or indirectly caused by the vessel. The City of Bainbridge Island reserves the right to take temporary custody of the vessel under 79.100.040 if necessary and to pursue any other remedies under law.
For more information regarding this action, contact The City of Bainbridge Island, Harbormaster 206.780.3733, cell 206.786.7627 and email email@example.com.
WELCOME TO BAINBRIDGE ISLAND.
- View Cruising Notes for Mariners Visiting Bainbridge Island.We offer four harbors for gunk holing, numerous public road ends for approaching by dinghy, and ample transient moorage at the City dock, linear moorage system, day use buoys and Open Water Marina in Eagle Harbor.
- We welcome you to the city dock and open water marina. Transient moorage is available on a first come, first served basis at both the city dock and the linear moorage system offshore. Overnight guest have access to hot showers in the restroom facility. For the current door code, contact Tami Allen by phone at her desk, 206-780-3733, cell, 206.786.7627, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- View the current moorage and parking rates
- View the No Anchor Zone
- For the $100 non-refundable dock reservation (special use), download the Eagle Harbor Dock Use Permit
- Resident Boaters! Volunteer for our Island's Emergency Flotilla.
- Our island hosts the State's only full time, 100% liveaboard, offshore Open Water Marina.
- If you are 59 years of age and under, operating a vessel of 15 horsepower or greater, you'll need a boater education card. To register, call Parks 206.842.2306.
- For Harbor Notices, be sure to select "Notify Me" from the City's home page and let me know. To view past activities, click Harbormaster Reports.