Roche Harbor
www.rocheharbor.com
PO Box 4001, Roche Harbor, WA 98250
p: 360-378-2155 | tf: 800-586-3590
f: 360-378-9800

Roche Harbor: This premier destination offers a state-of-the-art marina, while still maintaining the charm and traditions of the historic site established in 1886. Amenities include restrooms and shower facilities, power, water, and offices for the Harbormaster and US Customs.  Dinner is served in the first-class McMillin's Dining Room and Madrona Grill, featuring live entertainment on weekends during summer.  Traditional entrees include roast prime rib of beef, salmon, sizzling steaks, plus a variety of Northwest specialties.  Spectacular sunsets, the lingering afterglow, and the nightly flag lowering ceremony add to the experiences that make a visit so memorable. Also on shore is a well stocked grocery store, swimming pool, tennis courts, gift and specialty shops, showers, and laundry facilities. You may choose to stay in the new luxury hotel and spa, historic Hotel de Haro, a one, two, or three bedroom condo, a hillside suite, a lovely new three bedroom cottage or carriage house, or a rustic poolside two bedroom cottage.  Breakfast and lunch are served in the Lime Kiln Cafe.  Guided kayak and whale watching tours are available in summer.   Afterglow Spa Open 7 days a week. Call (360) 378-9888 or (800) 451-8910 ext. 888 to schedule an appointment. The fuel dock dispenses gas, diesel, oils, and propane, and has fixed and floating waste pump-out facilities.  Within walking distance is a 4,500' airstrip, and regularly scheduled float plane flights offer service right to the dock.  Moorage reservations are advised and can be arranged now by calling (800) 586-3590. 

Websites: 
www.rocheharbor.com

Mailing address: 
PO Box 4001, Roche Harbor, WA  98250

Fax: (360) 378-9800
Phone: (360) 378-2155
Telephone Main: (800) 451-8910
Marina: (800) 586-3590

E-mail:  marina@rocheharbor.com 

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Now in its 41st year, Northwest Boat Travel is a unique cruising guide containing twenty geographically arranged chapters presenting descriptions and useful information about the ports-of-call, anchorages, bays, inlets, waterways, marine parks, marina and resort facilities, fuel docks, services, and things to see and do along coasts and islands of Washington, British Columbia, and Southeast Alaska.