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Stuart Island - Prevost Harbor#3

Category : Mooring buoyNearest body of water : Stuart Island / Prevost Harbor
Max boat size:45 feet
Water depth at low tide22 feet
Last inspection:14th Jul 2021
Anchor type:Embedded anchor

LISTING FOR INFORMATION ONLY - NOT AVAILABLE FOR RESERVATION This is a mooring buoy owned and operated by Washington State Parks. More info at https://www.parks.wa.gov/593/Stuart-Island or https://www.parks.wa.gov/648/Moorage. Actual moorage condition may differ from this listing. Stuart Island, near the U.S.-Canada border, is one of the northwestern most islands in the famed archipelago, and you can only reach it by boat. Anchored in two harbors, boaters mingle as they fish, crab, dive or swim. Hikers can walk up to higher ground or hoof it to the Turn Point Light Station outside the park. Canoeists and kayakers can pitch their tents in the primitive campsites near Prevost Harbor or on the spine of the island. In the evening, all faces turn west as the sky glows red and the sun falls below the horizon. Whether you expect it or not, you will find a little bit of Paradise (and a friendly boating community) at Stuart Island Marine State Park. PARK FEATURES Counting waterways and anchorage areas, Stuart Island Marine State Park is a 433-acre marine camping park with 33,030 feet of shoreline. The park is part of the Cascadia Marine Trail and offers camping and moorage at Reed and Prevost harbors. Some campsites are for the exclusive use of those arriving by human- or wind-powered watercraft. BOATING FEATURES Located in the San Juan Islands in San Juan County, Stuart Island State Park offers 20 buoys and 448 feet of dock, as well as a pumpout station. Additionally, there are plenty of good anchorages the entire length of the harbor. Please respect the private buoys, docks, and property surrounding the park. Moorage fees are charged 1 p.m. to 8 a.m. year-round. All boaters must register and pay upon arrival. Boaters must also pay for boats rafted to another boat. BOAT MOORAGE Latitude: 48° 40' 31.8"" N (48.6755) Longitude: 123° 11' 55.68"" W (-123.1988) Prevost Harbor has seven buoys and a 128-foot dock (256 feet total). Latitude: 48° 40' 41"" N (48.6780) Longitude: 123° 11' 49.99"" W (-123.1972) BOAT PUMPOUT This facility is open year-round, 24 hours a day. This facility has a floating dock available year-round. There are two slips available for pumpout usage. Access to this pumpout is limited to vessels with a length of no more than 60 feet. The pumpout is located on a barge. There is a stationary pumpout located at Reid Harbor. This facility also has a portable toilet dump station located at the Reid Harbor barge. Latitude: 48° 40' 28.90"" N (48.6747) Longitude: 123° 11' 55.87"" W (-123.1989)

GPS coordinates

Lat: 48.678303
Lng: -123.19819

Location

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