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4/23/2021

Summer Cruising Plans - Do it now! - Ten resorts and phone numbers where you can reserve a slip

 Sometimes it is really nice to have a slip reserved just for you.

      After spending a few nights on the hook somewhere, or jostling for dock space at a park that only holds four boats and has no water or shower, I look forward to my guaranteed reservation.

If you have a firm date planned, 4th of July maybe, you can call or get online and reserve a slip.


  1. La Conner 360 466 3118
  2. Cap Sante  360 2930694
  3. Squalicum Harbor 360 676 2542
  4. Blakelys   360375 6121
  5. West Beach  360 375 6121
  6. Islander Resort  360 468 2233
  7. Friday Harbor   360 378 2688
  8. Roche Harbor   800 586 3590
  9. Deer Harbor  360 376 3037
  10. Rosario Resort  360 376 2152

Most of these places will be able to fit you in with short notice, but plan ahead to be sure.

Did you know?
For your land bound friends and relatives (children). They can make campground reservations.

  • Sucia Island State Park
  • Odlin County Park
  • San Juan Island County Park
  • Spencer Spit State Park
  • Washington  Park (Anacortes city park)
These five parks are boater accessible and take reservations for camping.

Think outside the box, and plan a combination land and sea adventure with your non-boater friends.

Follow this link to a post outlining a land and sea outing involving - cars - campgrounds - ferry rides - bicycles and one boat used as a taxi.
Outside the box cruising

Marinas and telephone numbers in the San Juan's
What are you waiting for - Winter?




1 comment:

  1. Islands Marine Center, (360) 468-3377, is a good alternative to Lopez Islander. They're less expensive and the staff is friendlier. Also quieter, the music from the restaurant at the Islander can get pretty loud on the weekend. I've spent the last two 4th of July's at IMC and highly recommend them.

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