There is no shoreline access in the Inner Quartermaster Harbor
Yes, Docks A-D all have power stations that offer 125 v with 30 and 50 amp outlets. The charge is .10 per kWh and all slips with or without shore power are subject
to an additional $10 Electric base fee. Find out more about the EBF is below.
The EBF you will see on your bill is a base electric fee for operational costs such as
electric gates, security lights, security cameras, bathrooms and shower facilities.
Yes there are Faucets available and no charge for water. You must provide your own hose and we ask that you keep it on your boat and out of the of the main walkway. Please be kind to the environment as well and keep your water usage to a minimum.
Yes but they must be on leash at all times and we ask that you clean up after them. For your convenience disposal baggies are available near the bathrooms on the south side of the marina office. We ask that you go to this area or by the willow tree.
You can choose email or postal and a monthly statement will be sent to you on the first of each month. Currently we are only accepting Checks, Cash and Money orders but we are in the process of adding credit card payments to our options. We will notify everyone when that choice becomes available. To note if you are paying by cash we recommend that you do not send it by mail. You can make cash payments at the marina to our onsite personnel or by sealed envelope through the office drop slot to the left of the sliding glass door.
A $35.00 late fee will be assessed for all payments received after the 15th of the month. This fee will be added to the monthly bill and the same goes for NSF fees on
any returned checks. If charges accrued are not paid within 30 days the marina has
contractual right to seize your boat until total amount owed is paid in full. At such time the tenant will be considered in breach of moorage agreement. Non-receipt of billing statements does not relieve Licensee of any obligations to pay moorage fees. Non payment after 2 full billing cycles gives the marina the right to post 30 day notice and then auction or outright sell the boat to recover outstanding moorage
fees, late charges and interest rates owed by tenant. Interest will be calculated at current Washington state rates. Tenant has until date of sale or auction to pay total
amount owed on that date. At such time Marina will cancel the moorage agreement and require that boat is removed from the premises upon final settling of account.
Normally we request that you store your dinghy on board but for $20.00 a month tenants can keep their dinghy in the slip as long at it does not encroach upon neighbors or impede nearby boating traffic. We have a dinghy dock near the ramp to shore that you can store tender as well for the same rate. Depending upon availability Non-tenants can rent a dinghy spot for $80 a month as well.
Yes but all youth under the age of 12 must be wearing a Personal Flotation Device
(PFD) and be under the supervision of a responsible adult at all times.
Repairs and boat maintenance may be made while a boat is in its assigned berth and
within the confines of the boat itself. No spray painting or sandblasting is permitted. We require that you use a boat yard for more extensive work.
Yes proof of insurance has to be submitted within 30 days of signing your
moorage agreement. We are required by the Department of Natural Resources to have this information on file for all of our tenants. The minimum coverage is
$300,000 and marina must be listed as additional insured.
Quoted directly from DNR site https://www.dnr.wa.gov
"A requirement is established for all marinas, both public and private, to obtain
and maintain insurance coverage for their facilities and to require all vessels moored at their facility to display proof of insurance as a condition of moorage.
Unless the DNR determines otherwise in rule, the policies covering
the vessels and the marinas must offer at least $300,000 in coverage encompassing general, legal, and pollution liability protection."
A green dumpster is located near the office next to the parking lot.
Please do not overfill the dumpster and do not bring trash from home.
Do not put boat debris, construction materials, toxic waste, oil, ropes, sails,
tarps or chains in the bin. Take these things to the Vashon Transfer Station.
Pickup days for garbage are early Tuesday and Friday mornings.
A blue Recycle container is near the entrance to our parking lot
Please flatten all cardboard Materials must be clean (no food), dry, and empty.
Pickup day for Recycle is early Friday mornings.
HOLDING TANK WASTE
There is a pump out station at the end the blue houseboat.
Our staff will assist you with the process of running the
machine and we do provide adapters as well.
Vessels equipped with automatic bilge pumps must be maintained
to prevent waste materials from being pumped into the water at marina.
Please contact us for scheduling pump out.
A black waste oil container is located behind our office building.
Do not dispose of your waste oil anywhere else at the marina.
We ask that you do not put it in the garbage or recycle dumpsters.
IT IS ILLEGAL TO DUMP WASTE OF ANY KIND INTO THE HARBOR!
If you have other questions or concerns do not hesitate to reach out to us.
We are wishing you smooth waters and sunny skies Thank You!