Harbormaster Bulletin Board
May 29, 2020 Update on the City’s response to COVID-19 - City dock reopens to recreational guest moorage
The City has reopened its dock to recreational guest moorage, including overnight stays, as part of Kitsap County’s transition into Phase 2 of the Safe Start plan for COVID-19 recovery.
What guests need to know:
- The moorage is assigned on a first-come-first-serve basis.
- At this time, rafting (to accommodate additional boats) will not be allowed.
- The showers remain closed to guests.
- The sewage pumpout station remains available.
All City dock visitors are urged to follow public health guidance, which includes wearing a face covering and maintaining six feet of distance from others in public
The launch ramp and boat trailer parking at Waterfront Park reopened May 5.
Thank you for your cooperation.
The City of Bainbridge Island, Harbormaster 206.780.3733, cell 206.786.7627 and email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Bainbridge Island offers four harbors for gunk holing, numerous public road ends for approaching by dinghy, and ample transient moorage at the City dock in Eagle Harbor.
- Transient moorage is available on a first come, first served basis. The time limit is 48 hours per 7 days. Overnight guest have access to hot showers in the restroom facility. For the current shower door code, contact Tami Allen via email or by phone at her desk, 206-780-3733, or cell, 206-786-7627.
- You can now pay at the City Dock with Credit and Debit card.
- View the No Anchor Zone (PDF)
- For the $100 non-refundable dock reservation (special use), download the Eagle Harbor Dock Use Permit (PDF)
- Resident Boaters! Please complete the Boat Information for Island’s Emergency Flotilla. and the City Emergency Volunteer Credential Application.
- Our island hosts the State’s only full time, 100% live aboard, offshore Open Water Marina (PDF).
- For Harbor Notices, be sure to select "Notify Me" from the City’s home page and let me know. View past activities: Harbormaster Reports