Helpful staff, lots of action to watch with the pilot boats coming and going, as well as the big Westport yachts that are built in Pt Angeles. Only negative is that the restrooms are a fair hike from the guest dock and they are somewhat marginal (2 shower heads in a shared space).
East side had new nice docks & scheduled for new docks for west side. Very friendly & helpful staff. Good place for fuel -- good price, helpful staff, no rush. Surprising number of superior restaurants around town if you can work transport. Overall, much recommended and a good place to wait if heading out and not wanting to get stuck in Neah Bay.
Spent a couple of nights here waiting for weather to improve. At first the marina seemed fairly industrial but once we left and walked a short ways into town our opionin was greatly improved! Very nice town with lots to see and do. Highly recommend. Also, marina staff very very nice!
We spent a few days in the marina after transiting up the coast. Very nice place, lots of room, clean restrooms, good wifi and close to town. Also close to Olympic National Park, rented a car and saw most of the highlights over a couple of days. Very enjoyable.
Can handle quite a few transient boats, and many of the big motor vessels stop in here. Convenient and decently priced fuel dock, clean bathrooms, and very nice staff. Easy walk into town.
Good transient stop. Fuel dock has the best price in the PNW. No WiFi, but the docks are clean and it's an easy walk into town.
We wintered over here. We felt very save both from a weather and exposure standpoint and security. It was nice having live-aboards near-by and an attentive marina staff. There is not a major marine store in the area, but Sunset Hardware has stainless hardware. Would highly recommend the marina whether for an overnight or long-term.
I'm a little biased since I live in Port Angeles and keep my boat in the Boat Haven, but I really think that the harbormaster and his staff work at making this a great marina. Guest docking is along new concrete floats with convenient power and water. Downtown is within walking distance with a great hardware store between the marina and town.
Convenient customs clearance--call via cellphone upon rounding Ediz Hook and the agent will meet you at the dock unless the Coho (Victoria ferry) has just arrived. Then it may be a bit of a wait.
One night stay at convenient Breakwater Guest Dock. Water, power, clean docks, some boat traffic coming and going late and early but not a problem. People are very nice and helpful.
The only marina in town but they don't act like it. Full service. Small town atmosphere. Close in, and a nice bike trail makes the town waterfront a only few minutes away. You may only feel the need to come here for fuel and when wind is up because the harbor is a pretty nice anchorage.
There is a US customs office and they are very friendly.Its got a great place for breakfast and coffee at the end of the pontoons,its full of commercial fisherman at 7am.The town is used to people passing through but we enjoyed it as there are a few good bars in the town.My crew had way too many to drink and fell in love with a granny who had no teeth ?whilst he attempting to play pool against a New yrk fisherman and lost. I realy enjoyed it ,but maybe its not for everybodys cup of tea.
Closer to the Pacific Ocean than any other port on the Puget Sound, the Port Angeles Boat Haven is the best option for no-hassle access to all points northwest. The Boat Haven offers moorage, electricity, refueling, haul-out facilities and on-site US Customs services. Provisioning is right up the hill. The Boat Haven's strategic location on the Strait of Juan de Fuca makes it the perfect base for your cruising adventures up and down the Northwest coast. Situated on 16.1 acres, it has moorage for more than 440 commercial and leisure vessels, including 75 boat houses. Slips range from 24 to 50 feet and up to 164 feet broadside.