Details for La Conner Marina

La Conner Marina

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Average rating 4.1 stars from 12 reviews

Address 613 North 2nd Street, PO Box 1120
La Conner, WA 98257


After hours contact

Facility type

Marina - YES
Club - NO
Fuel - NO
Repair - NO
Municipal - NO
Other - NO


Fuel is available from unassociated Laconner Landing Marine Services fuel dock located on the channel between the two marina basins.

VHF channel



Email contact

Owner, manager

Port of Skagit County


Kody Skvaril


Payments acceptedCredit cards - YES
Checks - NO

Payment info

Payment discounts

Operation (seasonal or year-round)
Year round

Additional info:


Open moorage on H dock is perpendicular to current flow, and when the channel is running, the current is often stronger below the surface. Look at the kelp, and be prepared to hang out on G dock until slack. Even folks with bow thrusters have problems on the outside of H.





Tide & current additional info

Currents up to five knots may be experienced at the La Conner dock. They are very difficult to predict in the Swinomish Channel. They also vary along the length of the channel despite the fact that it appears to be a consistent channel with narrows.

Use current station named Skagit Bay, 1 mile S of Goat Island.


Approach: Unknown
Transient dockage: Unknown
Fuel dock: Unknown

Other depth info:

Dock typesWood - NO
Concrete - NO
Floating - NO
Fixed - NO
T/Alongside - NO
Other - NO

Additional info:

Size restrictionsLOA max: Unknown
Beam max: Unknown

Other info:


Transient: Unknown
Total: 497
Transient price: $1.00/ft (2011-08-05)

Other price info: Plus 2,400 lineal feet of dock space for overnight moorage.

Based on overall length of boat including electricity:
Up to 24 feet is $20.00
25 - 29 feet is $23.00
30 - 37 feet is $28.00
38 - 45 feet is $35.00
46 - 55 feet is $42.00
56 - 65 feet is $50.00
66 feet and up is $0.85 per foot.

Swinomish Yacht Club Reciprocal Dock $5.00 first night, second night pay rates listed above.. No additional charge for electricity.


Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: Unknown

Other price info:

AC power30 amp - YES
50 amp - YES
100 amp - NO

Additional info:

Pricing info: Included

Cable TV (and pricing)

Phone hookup (and pricing)

Water (and pricing)


Dinghy access

Liveaboard info


Fuel brand:

Gas priceUnknown

Other price info:

Diesel priceUnknown

Other price info:



Pets welcomeYes

Other pet info: Dog pickup bags are on the wall at the shower building on H Dock.

Disability access

Launch service

Pump out

Yes - Free pump out at south end of G Dock. Best accessed from channel side of dock.



Yes - Glass, metal and paper recycling.


Yes - Clean, coin (25 C/ 2 minutes) operated. If docked at south end, the are open at 6:00 am, if at north end you need to get an access card at the office.









Yes - Several within walking distance, some quite good.


Hotels or motels


Repair capabilities


Haul out capabilities


Storage facilities

Yes - Covered and open dry storage.

Fishing supplies

Yes - Check at Boaters Discount Center.

Chartering capabilities

Internet access

Yes - Free, ask for code at check-in.

Boat ramp availability


Yes - Bus available.

Other services


Town of LaConnor has antique stores, cafes, and waterfront dining.

Reviews for La Conner Marina
Great Marina, 2017-06-29
Captain: , La Crosse, WI (941)

Channel is well marked. Staff friendly and helpful. Great town to explore. Waterfront reminded us of river front towns on the Mississippi. Restrooms and showers are clean. We had no problems getting to the docks. Would suggest that you request inside dock tie up. Many boaters don't care about "no wake".

Almost worth dealing with the currents, 2016-10-19
Captain: , Punta Gorda, FL (418)

La Conner is a great little town and the marina itself is very nice. The staff is one of the friendliest and service oriented ones we came across while we were sailing in the San Juans. Because it is located in a slough, one needs to deal with the currents that can be very strong at times. You are either limited by the limits on going during slack tide or have to fight the currents.
We really liked coming here and would have come here more ofen except for the currents.

Nice Marina, 2014-09-17
Captain: , Boise, Idaho (122)

Easy side tie to a solid dock. Nice marina personnel. Be sure to get on the inside of the float just in case someone breaks lose in the current of the channel.

Watch Your Depth, 2014-09-07
Captain: , Liberty Bay, WA (410)

Spent two nights here with a boating group. Hard to calculate when slack current will be. Not at high or low tide and the current can get quite strong at times. You will not want to leave to the south at low tide. We came out two hours after low tide and still marked 4.8 feet depth near marker #8, which is just west of Goat Island in the channel.

Nice town to spend some time in and lot's of good eating places. Don't expect any help docking your boat unless you ask for it. And the guest docks do not have any way to catch a spring line so would be hard to dock if solo.

Because of the current, shallow depths at the southern end of the channel entrance, boat wakes I cannot give it more than 3 stars.

Terrific stop on your way north or south., 2014-01-28
Captain: , Newport Beach, CA (410)

Reasonably priced with easy walking access to the historical waterfront area of La Conner. Great place to winter, I'm there now, at reasonable rates... about 60% of the cost of a Seattle marina. Staff is easy to work with. Only downside is that some of the dock boxes on the guest dock only deliver 95-100 volts.

Very easy to use facility, 2013-12-28
Captain: , Channel Islands, California (1149)

Very nice facility. Helpful and friendly staff. Convenient to everything in this wonderful small town. Power at the pedestals seemed a little low, but workable. Reasonable winter rates. Transient fees can be paid at the dock on the honor system (put it in a provided envelope and leave it in a lock box); free wifi. We'll be back again for sure.

I recommend docking inside F dock, 2013-05-11
Captain: , Mercer Island, WA (693)

Very nice marina. Best location to dock is inside F dock. F dock is the closest to the town. There is a lot of tidal current in the channel, hence my recommendation to dock inside F dock and not outside. The more south the better as the current is less there.

Bumpy overnight, 2012-11-24
Captain: , Seattle (10)

Decent moorage and rates, access to town, bathrooms, etc. was good. The comments on current are definitely relevant, and it gets bumpy at night. We were tied up on the inside of the long transient dock, and the current and passing vessels (many of which don't seem to understand what "no wake" means) meant a fair bit of movement, to the point that it was necessary to add more lines. Otherwise, decent. Debated between 3 and 4 stars: the facilities and amenities were worth 4, the physical aspects (current and wake) pushed it down a bit.

A great stop!, 2011-09-29
Captain: , Seattle, WA (312)

Good facilities run by the Port of Skagit County. Reasonable prices, free electric, free first-class showers. Easy walk to town. Town has restaurant, grocery store, boutiques and the quilt museum. The LaConnor/Mt Vernon area is the Tulip capital of the US. There are busses to Mt Vernon/Seattle and Anacortes/San Juan Islands.

La Conner Marina, 2011-01-14
Captain: , Fort Myers, Florida, USA (584)

By the time you make it here you know what the current is doing. If not sure, cruise by the fuel dock just north of the marina, there is always a current direction arrow which must be heeded, you should approach up current in most situations. The formula for predicting current direction of the channel is 50% right at best, reason being all the variables - flow from the rivers and variable conditions at Deception Pass and Anacortes make prediction tough. Current is slower on the inside of the main marina breakwaters and vanishes as you go to the inner slips. This is a good area to see the annual local Christmas ship parade. Moorage rates better than marinas to the south.

Nice Town!, 2010-07-17
Captain: , Everett, WA (939)

We use the city docks, which have no facilities but are closest to shopping and ice cream! We didn't realize how much the current rips through here! I'm glad we were at slackwater (by accident) on our first time tying up here. There is some convoluted formula to figure out when slackwater is, but don't remember it.

Nice marina, 2007-09-16
Captain: , Olympia (1435)

Nice marina. Close to shops and restaurants. Watch the current though! It really rips through.

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