PORT OF BROWNSVILLE AMENITIES
HOURS AND INFORMATION MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO CURRENT PUBLIC HEALTH RESTRICTIONS.
Beginning 8/1/2021 reciprocal moorage agreements with other yacht clubs will resume
Thank you for your patience.
OFFICE HOURS + INFO
CALL PORT OR VISIT PORT WEBSITE FOR HOURS
Monitor Marine VHF
Channel: 66 Port Operations
Channel: 16 Hailing/Distress
Guest Sign-in is located upstairs on the water side of the Port building. Guest boaters will sign at the office during normal working hours. After hours, you can register using the Guest Moorage Agreement found in the black mail box attached to the outside of the office and deposit the envelope and payment through the mail slot going into the office. We also offer copying and faxing services. Free Wi-Fi available.
CALL PORT OR VISIT PORT WEBSITE FOR HOURS
Port Office: 360-692-5498
Fuel Dock not manned, use radio at door to contact
Keep going straight after you enter the port and you will find our fuel facilities at the south end of A-dock. We have a full service fuel dock with ValvTect Marine gasoline and ValvTect Marine diesel. We also have 2 and 4 cycle motor oil, various fuel additives and spill containment material. Propane is also available at the Port Office. The depth (Figure 1) around the dock will accommodate large and small boats through most tide changes. Warning! Stay inside the green buoys arriving and departing the marina.
There is also a self-service laundry room for guests and tenants in a small building next to the Port Office. The laundry is furnished with four washing machines and four dryers and are coin ($.25) operated. You can get quarters at the port office during normal working hours.
PAVILION, CLUBHOUSE + PARKS
Our over-the-water pavilion with a large area for barbequing has been used for neighborhood picnics, cookouts and potlucks by visiting yacht clubs and the public. It has also been used by the public for special events such as weddings, birthday parties and anniversary celebrations. The addition of interpretive signs showing the history of the Port and wildlife common to the area also makes this landmark a place of learning and meditation for a multitude of visitors to the Port. This area is free for use by Port tenants and constituents of the Port District. There is a small usage fee for public outside of the Port District and scheduling and coordination is done at the Port office. There is a fee for the large gas barbeque and heaters which includes propane used and cleanup, all you have to do is use it and leave it.
The Port has both a waterfront park and an upland park. The on the water park is a long grassy area adjacent to convenient parking. The park also has numerous picnic tables and personal barbeques can be used in this area. The Burke Bay Overlook Park offers a spectacular view of the marina, Bainbridge Island, and Port Orchard Passage. Overlook Park also has a gazebo, picnic tables, fire pit, small barbeques, horse shoe area and we will be glad to set up the badminton net. As a member of the Washington Water Trails Association we allow camping in the park for people who arrive in “beach able human or wind powered vessels.” This area is free for use by Port tenants and constituents of the Port District. There is a small usage fee for public outside of the Port District and scheduling and coordination is done at the Port office. There is a fee for the large gas barbeque and heaters which includes propane used and cleanup, all you have to do is use it and leave it.
RESTROOMS + PUMP-OUT
Port Office has Male and Female restrooms with showers down stairs. Showers cost $.25 for four minutes and will accumulate time with more coins added.
We have two floating sanitary pump outs with bathrooms, two potty dumps, one electric drive portable and pump out boat.
Waterloo is located inside the Port by the main gate and has three full unisex bathrooms with showers, on board pump out with side tie and potty dump. Showers cost $.25 for four minutes and will accumulate time with more coins added.
Miniloo is located at the end of the east breakwater and has one unisex bathroom, pump out and potty dump. You can side tie on the pumpout float or on the outside of the breakwater and pull the hose across.
Portable is located on I-dock next to the Waterloo and can only be used on the main docks. Members can use it for free after getting operating instructions from Port Personnel.
Pumpout Boat is not free and there is a small fee if you hold the working end and a large fee if we do everything. On every Wednesday we pump out all tenant boats that have called in. Guest boat can call any day during work hours and depending on personnel we will make every effort to satisfy your request.To make an appointment call the Port Office at: 360-692-5498
Permanent moorage slips 20’ to 60’: 320
Privately owned boathouses: 51
Electrical power: 120 / 240 volt 30/50 amp
Launch Ramp: Two lane, free parking
20 each 24 ft spaces
20 each 40 ft spaces
550 ft Linear moorage
Guest availability is first come first served.
However, reservations by boat clubs can be made for guest moorage on the Breakwater.