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

Cruisers in the northern San Juan and Canadian Gulf Islands enjoy visiting our friendly 630 slip marina on Blaine’s historic waterfront. Located right on the international border with Canada, views from the harbor include memorable sunsets over the Straits of Georgia and the iconic Peace Arch monument. Waterfront trails connect the full service marina to the quaint downtown where visitors will find friendly pubs, restaurants and cafes offering something for everyone including local oysters and ice cream. A new seaside playground at the marina has become a popular destination to play and watch the sunset. The harbor features modern concrete docks well protected by a heavy rock breakwater. The entrance to Blaine Harbor is marked by a red triangle to starboard when entering the breakwater from Drayton Harbor. Visitors can follow signs on the breakwater to the 860 foot guest dock at Gate 2. Harbor amenities include holding tank pump-outs, NEW dock boxes, 30/50 amp 110v power, year-round potable water, clean restrooms, showers, laundry, and WIFI hotspot. Vessel haul-outs and repairs are available. The harbor has a public boat launch and parking. Check-in with harbor staff for a courtesy ride to the grocery and drug stores. Fuel is available at nearby Semiahmoo Marina.


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

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

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