FOX ISLAND YACHT CLUB (14/11)
P.O. Box 1
Fox Island, WA 98333
Located in Cedrona Cove on the NE side of the island. Can be difficult to find. From the center span of the Narrows Bridge steer 232 true to the entrance to Cedrona Cove (470 14.5 N 1220 36.0 W ( use chart 18448) Upon entering the cove the club float will be on the starboard side. Approximately 60ft of dock space available for reciprocal as well as mooring buoys. 30A power at the dock. $ 3.00/night Register at the head of the dock. 2 night limit. Restroom and shower facilities available when club house is open. Dave Lester may be contacted at 253-670-3033 (cell). HAZZARDS- At zero tide the cove has aprox 4 ft of water at the entrance and the same at the end of the dock. The buoys inside the cove have 7ft of water or more at -2.0 tide.
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OLYMPIA YACHT CLUB (14/11)
201 N. Simmons
Olympia, WA 98501
470 02.75 N, 1220 54.31 W
Approach: Budd Inlet is relatively shallow so watch your charts and you sounder. The main channel follows the west shore of Budd Inlet passing west of Olympia Shoal (47d. 05.5N, 122 d. 55.2W). Do not go between the shoal markers: many a skipper, including some of Uncle Sans best, have tried and failed. The entrance into Olympia is a clearly marked dredged channel; just keep the red buoys close to starboard. The channel splits with the left channel leading to East Bay and the Port of Olympias Swantown marina and boatyard. The main channel veers due south towards the Capitol Building dome. OYCs guest dock is the last dock to starboard. (See http://marinal.com/view/marina/3583 for photos of OYC and Percival Landing.) On departing, stay in the marked channel. A spoils bank bares at low tide north of the channel range markers. Note: The inner harbor is marked and enforced as a no wake zone.
Procedures: Tie up to the guest dock and fill out the registration form in the kiosk. Place the envelope stub in your window on the dock side. You do not need to pay until you are ready to leave. Please have your yacht club membership card available and fly your club burgee at the dock. No rafting is allowed. Additional contact numbers, emergency numbers and other instructions are posted at the gate and at the caretakers house. OYC parking is limited. No more than one car per boat. Check out time: 11:00 am.
Total guest moorage 160ft. Reciprocal moorage: 48 complimentary hours. Limit of 5 days total in one year period. Additional moorage: 0.30 per foot per day. Gate key $10 refundable deposit. Power 30A/110 V-$3 per day. Water is on dock. Ice $1 per bag. Shower $1.00. Depth at dock is 6 ft. at low tide.
ORO BAY YACHT CLUB (12/11)
13312 Agate Beach Road
Anderson Island, WA 98303
470 08.165N 1220 42.124W
Located Directly next to the BYC outstation at Oro Bay. 55 ft dock on the NW corner adjacent to the water pump house. Enter outer Oro Bay between Cole Point and Lyle Point, and follow the privately maintained red and green buoys to the inner bay. Yacht Club moorage located just past BYC out station. 48 hrs complimentary per mo, 30A at $2.00/day. Check in at reciprocal dock registration booth. Please conserve limited water supply.
SHELTON YACHT CLUB (14/11)
P.O. Box 2270
Shelton, Wash. 98584
Reciprocal located at The Oakland Bay Marina (470 12.85 N 1220 05.10 W). The approach has some shallow water, but if you come in or out on at least a half tide you should be fine. We have a brand new guest dock! Call Per Nilsen at 360-426-5231 to reserve. Power and pump out is available.30A pump out. 48hr limit self registration at head of the dock power @$3.00/day.
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