Blaine Harbor Marina
235 Marine Drive, Blaine, WA 98230
p: 360-647-6176 | f: 360-332-1043

Blaine Harbor: Boaters approaching Blaine pass Semiahmoo Spit and then enter Drayton Harbor. The entrance to the harbor is marked by a red triangle to starboard. Blaine Harbor, a port-operated facility, is at the northeast end of the harbor, past numerous marine repair facilities and floats for commercial craft. Follow signs on the breakwater to the transient moorage float. 860-feet of guest moorage is found on the long float directly in front of the office. All moorage is security protected. Blaine Harbor is a year-round full service marina. There is a sewage pump-out, sanitary dump, 30/50 ampere, 110 volt power, fresh drinking water, showers, and a laundry facility. Vessel repair facilities. Families enjoy visiting this friendly marina. It offers plenty of space to get off the boat and explore neighboring attractions in the town of Blaine. Restaurants, lodging, grocery, chandlery and liquor store are within walking distance. New children's playground and walking trail along shore in Marine Park across the street from harbor office. In summer, a bicycle and foot passenger ferry connects Blaine Harbor with the Inn at Semiahmoo and other recreational activities. Office hours are Monday through Sunday 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.


Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 1245
Blaine, Washington 98231

Telephone:  360-647-6176
Fax:  360-332-1043

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