The Port of Astoria was the first deep-draft port on the Columbia River and has served the needs of the maritime industry since 1910.
The Port of Astoria offers boaters two mooring options the West and East basins located 14 and 15.6 miles, respectively, from the mouth of the Columbia River.
Both marinas are less than a mile from historic downtown Astoria. In addition to taxi and bus service, the Astoria Riverfront Trolley provides a unique transportation option to the downtown area, with its many shops and restaurants. For those who prefer to stretch their legs, a paved Riverwalk extends along the river front between the marinas and downtown.
Both the East and West Basins offer year-round, monthly or daily moorage for recreational and commercial craft up to 100 feet.
Haul-out and boatyard facilities are adjacent to the West Basin at the Marine Service Center. An 88-Ton TravelLift can accommodate most recreational and commercial vessels. Short-term or long-term trailer or vessel storage is available at the Ports 10.5 -acre boatyard.
For more information, view the Ports Web site at www.portofastoria.com or contact the Harbormasters office at (503) 325-8279 or the ports main office at (503) 325-4521.
The Warrenton Marina is located at 550 N.E. Harbor Place. The facilities include restrooms, showers and a fish cleaning station. The marina contains 370 slips and offers overnight moorage for commercial and recreational vessels. For more information, call (503) 861-3822.
The Hammond Marina is located at 1099 Iredale St. Facilities include a four-boat launch ramp, a fuel dock facility, parking for 400-plus visitors, a restroom with showers, a picnic area and overnight stays for self-contained campers. The marina contains 140 slips and offers overnight moorage for commercial and recreational vessels. For more information, call (503) 861-3197.