In association with the Marine Water Access Committee (MAC), the Harbormaster organizes, coordinates and directs activities related to the use, operation, security, maintenance and improvement of Bainbridge Island harbors. This includes facilitating marine and general services for commercial and recreational boaters and the public, working closely with volunteer harbor stewards to orchestrate harbor activity, collecting fees for water-related uses, providing status reports for consideration and action, and ensuring compliance with federal, state and local laws regulating harbor activity. The harbormaster also works with the U.S Coast Guard and the Department of Natural Resources regarding vessels that are lost, found, adrift, sinking, derelict and abandoned, works with the executive and finance departments of the city to manage transient and long term use of harbor buoys, city docks and maintains records of visiting and residential boaters.
Harbormaster Bulletin Board
"Elements of Docking, October 2, 2018
THE UNITED STATES COAST GUARD AUXILIARY WILL TEACH A SHORT CLASS ON THE ELEMENTS OF DOCKING ON OCTOBER 2, 2018 7PM AT STRAWBERRY HILL CENTER, 7666 HIGH SCHOOL ROAD, BAINBRIDGE ISLAND. ANY QUESTIONS CALL GRANT WINTHER 206 842 5862.
About Boating Safely, October 6, 2018
Join us for the 8-hour About Boating Safely class, October 6, taught by certified teachers of the Coast Guard Auxiliary. This course meets the mandatory boater education requirements of the State of Washington for the Boater Education Card and is sanctioned by the United States Coast Guard and the State of Washington. Topics include navigation, safety equipment, anchoring/docking, trailering, mooring, and more to help all boaters become safer and more knowledgeable.
$35 per person/$50 per family. Please pre-register with Grant Winther, (206) 842-5862 (email@example.com) or Loretta Rindal (360) 779-1657.
Location: Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
105 Winslow Way
Bainbridge Island 98110
Welcome to Bainbridge Island.
- Get your boater safety card (PDF). If you were born after January 1,1955, operating a vessel of 15 horsepower or greater, you'll need a boater education card. To register, call Parks 206-842-2306.
- We offer four harbors for gunk holing, numerous public road ends for approaching by dinghy, and ample transient moorage at the City dock, linear moorage system, day use buoys and Open Water Marina in Eagle Harbor.
- We welcome you to the city dock and open water marina. Transient moorage is available on a first come, first served basis at both the city dock and the buoys offshore. Overnight guest have access to hot showers in the restroom facility. For the current shower door code, contact Tami Allen via email or by phone at her desk, 206-780-3733, or cell, 206-786-7627.
- View the current moorage and parking rates (PDF)
- View the No Anchor Zone (PDF)
- For the $100 non-refundable dock reservation (special use), download the Eagle Harbor Dock Use Permit (PDF)
- Resident Boaters! Volunteer for our Island's Emergency Flotilla.
- Our island hosts the State's only full time, 100% live aboard, offshore Open Water Marina (PDF).
- For Harbor Notices, be sure to select "Notify Me" from the City's home page and let me know. View past activities: Harbormaster Reports