Moorage Rates & Amenities
- Daily, Monthly & Annual Moorage
- 6-Lane Launch Ramp (handicap accessible)
- Fuel Dock, Propane, Pump-Outs, Security
- Charter Fishing, Whale Watching and Bay Crabbing
- Tackle, Bait and Marina Supplies Available
- Restrooms/Showers & Laundromat
- Dry Land Storage
New Rates at the Charleston Marina
As you may be aware, the Charleston Marina has recently updated the annual rate schedule for moorage at the marina. In addition to a slight increase in the base rate per foot to reflect inflation, you will note that costs associated with electric power have been wrapped into the annual moorage rates.
We have received some questions as to why electric power will now be charged as part of the annual moorage rate, rather than as a separate charge in addition to the moorage rates. In the past, we have had issues with our meters accurately reflecting the amount of energy used by individual slips. Sometimes they overcharge our customers, sometimes they undercharge. Additionally, we had received reports that people were pulling power off from meters at neighboring slips.
Including the cost of electricity in all moorage rates ensures the cost of electricity is covered to make certain the service is available for our customers.
We appreciate your business and your understanding.
Charleston Marina Moorage rates are calculated per foot and include electric power. The rates are based on the consecutive number of a days that a vessel will moor in the marina. There is a base rate for any vessel that is 15 feet or less and then a base rate per foot per day for vessels over 16 feet. To download the full Charleston Marina Moorage rate sheet, click here.
Dock Crab Visitors
Please be respectful of our moorage customers; do not interfere with their moorings to attach your crab pots. Visitors must attend to their crab pots at all times if their pot is in the water. If a moorage customer is moving their boat in the vicinity of your crab pot, you must remove that pot from the water immediately until that vessel is clear of their moorings. Crab pots and other associated gear if left unattended will be considered “abandoned”, and are subject to confiscation. The Oregon International Port of Coos Bay wishes for ALL of our customers and guests to safely enjoy their time at our facility. Thank you!!