Details for Port of Everett Marina

Port of Everett Marina

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Average rating 4.0 stars from 9 reviews

Address 1205 Craftsman Way
Everett, WA 98201-2087


After hours contact


Facility type

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


VHF channel



Email contact;

Owner, manager

Jeff Lindhout



Payments acceptedCredit cards - YES
Checks - YES

Payment info

Payment discounts

Volume discounts on fuel.

Operation (seasonal or year-round)
Year round

Additional info:






Tide & current additional info

Watch out for river current at low tide, especially along the guest dock. It gets very fiesty! Also keep an eye open for drift wood in the channel.


Approach: Unknown
Transient dockage: Unknown
Fuel dock: Unknown

Other depth info:

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

Additional info:

Size restrictionsLOA max: 100
Beam max: Unknown

Other info:


Transient: 42
Total: 2300
Transient price: $1.00/ft (2016-10-25)

Other price info: $0.75 per foot per night in the winter (November 1-April 30).
$1.00 per foot per night in the summer (May 1 - October 31).


Transient: Unknown
Total: Unknown
Transient price: Unknown

Other price info:

AC power30 amp - YES
50 amp - YES
100 amp - YES

Additional info: Also 20 amp is available.

Pricing info:

Cable TV (and pricing)

No - No Cable TV Access. Some local broadcast available.

Phone hookup (and pricing)


Water (and pricing)

Yes - Water throughout the marina.

Dinghy access

Yes - Plenty of access at the guest docks as well within the permanent moorage.

Liveaboard info

Yes - Liveaboards have to register at the Marina Offce. Limited number allowed.


Fuel brand: No ethanol.

Gas price$3.49/gal (2016-10-25)

Other price info:

Diesel price$2.67/gal (2016-10-25)

Other price info: Includes 9.2% sales tax.

Over 100 gallons $0.05
Over 500 gallons $0.10


Pets welcomeUnknown

Other pet info:

Disability access

Yes - Float with ramp access for wheelchairs at east end of marina.

Launch service

Pump out

Yes - Pump out at float at east end of marina and at the fuel dock.



Yes - Centralized dumpsters on both north and south ends of the marina with recycling available.


Yes - Showers available on the north and south ends of the marina.


Yes - Multiple heads on both the north and south ends of the marina.


Yes - Laundry available on both the north and south ends of the marina.



Yes - Chandlery nearby.


Yes - Nearby


Hotels or motels

Yes - Nearby

Repair capabilities

Haul out capabilities

Yes - 30- and 35-ton Travelift. Along with a 75-ton Travelift.

Storage facilities

Fishing supplies

Chartering capabilities

Internet access

Boat ramp availability



Other services


Reviews for Port of Everett Marina
Bring your own security, 2015-06-15
Captain: , Everett, WA (10)

On April 20, 2015, I was intimidated by a neighbor with firearms (both a rifle and a side-arm), right in front of Security. A violation of RCW 9.41.270 which should have been prosecuted. Despite display of a firearm on Marina property being a violation of the Port of Everett policy, only a letter was written. That is, Port of Everett doesn't sufficiently enforce their own policies.

My boat was subsequently vandalized where varnish was poured into the scuppers - about $2500.00 in damage - and Everett Police could do nothing as there was no video evidence. As a result, my boat sits in dry storage where I am unable to use it, unable to work on it, yet I'm having to pay monthly until I can find another slip, far from the gun nut who intimidated me becomes available.

You'll want Video Security with a 24/7 cellular to upload pics (don't trust wifi). There's vandalism and theft - police can do nothing without video evidence.

Port of Everett Security are not sworn peace officers, they do not have arresting authority. They do have a large area to cover. Everett Police are miles away and even in an emergency can take 45 min to over an hour to show up.

Key FOBs are not individually id'd and they don't ask people who buy them to turn them back in, so access to your boat (and the showers) goes to whoever has a FOB, which includes EVERYONE who has ever purchased a FOB for $10.

Port of Everett Commission were unconcerned, referring me to staff. They have million dollar deals with ecological disaster cleanup, large construction, logging, etc.. security for boaters paying slip fees are pretty low on their priority. They remind me of the California Harbormaster's Association - if you're a business around a harbor, a festival organizer, or developer, you're welcomed to join; if you're a boater, not so much.

Had the Security personnel during the initial incident been actual Law Enforcement, none of this would have happened.

Quiet stay on secure docks, 2014-09-20
Captain: , Portland (279)

We spent 4 nights here on weekend prior to Labor Day 2014. We were assigned to a vacant slip in the permanent moorage section. Very quiet in this section of the marina, but the people we did meet were all very friendly. Docks are older and finger piers are very narrow. Staff is well organized and very accommodating. Pump-out stations are easy to get to and in good order. Water and power are easy connections. Restrooms and showers are immaculate, ask about renewable pass-key..

Good produce at the Sunday Farmers%u2019 Market, but a bit of a walk from permanent berths. However, Scuttlebutt%u2019s Brewery is easy walk with excellent house beer and good food.

This is a great marina, 2013-08-16
Captain: , Channel Islands, California (1149)

We have been in hundreds of marinas around the country while cruising and this marina has it all. From fun restaurants to great service, I cannot say enough about this place. The staff in the office are friendly and helpful and go out of their way to do their jobs well.

Port of Everett Marina, 2010-12-17
Captain: , Everett (120)

The marina is a lovely facility with many fine restaurants like Anthony%u2019s Home Port. I do not have a boat at this marina but a friend of mine keeps one boat year round and another one only in the summer. I have sailed in and out of this marina many times as his guest. I have been impressed with the facility and its amenities. It would be nice to have a grocery store closer but that%u2019s not really a marina issue more of I wish one were closer issue. The parking has a 72 hour limit which works well for a weekend cruise. I%u2019ve never had to leave a car longer than that. I%u2019ve never looked into longer term parking if I was gone for a week and needed to leave my car. Boat owners at the facility seem to watch the security to the boat docks very well. I have been challenged every time going through the gates by owners when not in the company of my friend when he%u2019s on the boat before I arrive at the marina.

Watch your tides in here, with the river right out front and the tided coming and going you can get a good current going by. Never tie up to one of the pilings in the river without accounting for the tide height changes. On an extreme day you could see a 10 to 12 foot tide change. You could sail in and see a whole lot of water with short piers and later come back to see a lot less water, a lot more shore and some very tall piers. Moral of the story, tie to the floating docks not the piers. :-)

friendly staff; easy to use self-pay transient mooring system(s), 2010-06-25
Captain: , North Lake Marina, Lake Washington (260)

talked with the staff on the phone who were very informative; they have easy access to many services and facilities making a stay or visit to Everett an easy one.

Large Modern Marina, 2010-04-24
Captain: , Shileshole (216)

I am living aboard my sailboat part time here, and it is a modern well maintained marina with restaurants and chanderly's near by. Groceries are a little harder to come by on foot though, there is no "corner store" as you find at some much smaller marina's.
They are a little on the uncaring bureaucratic side though and are overly fond of paperwork and pedantic attention to rules (E.g. ticketing cars of liveaboards for being in the parking lot for more than 72 hours in the middle of the winter when there are literally thousands of open parking spaces).

Huge Marina, 2010-03-16
Captain: , ANONYMOUS (193)

This marina is gigantic, and pretty unfriendly, I definitely felt like there was a lack of security here, and it is basically removed from downtown Everett, which isn't a big plus.

Good Moorage, 2009-07-28
Captain: , Cowiche, WA (350)

Plenty of dock space available, good food nearby. We saw Grey whales off the Snohomish River delta area. Lots of foot traffic on the guest docks because of close proximity to restaurants. Be mindful of the current coming through the area from the Snohomish RIver, it can get tricky at times.

Excellent Marina, 2007-08-10
Captain: , Everett, WA (43)

This is a full service marina that is clean and has friendly staff. There are great restaurants nearby. A couple of chandleries close by. Rates for moorage are resonable.
The views of islands and sunsets are great.

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