Fishing! Crabbing! Clamming! It's all Right Here!
With more than 400 marina slips total, there is plenty of room for everyone. Whether you are a commercial fishermen, recreational boater, or both, we can accommodate you. The marina also has a six-lane boat ramp and various fish cleaning stations. There are many different activities to choose from including fishing, crabbing, clamming and even buying fresh seafood right off the docks! It is situated conveniently by the RV park and many local eateries and businesses making it the perfect weekend getaway or stop when visiting the Oregon Coast.
- 6-Lane Launch Ramp (handicap accessible)
- Fuel Dock
- Storage Units and Dry Land Storage
- Showers (available to Marina Moorage customers only)
- Loaner Lifejackets Available
- Fish Cleaning Stations
- Daily, Monthly, Semi-Annual & Annual Moorage
- Moorage Slips Accomodate up to 70' Vessel
- Pump-Outs Located on B & G Docks
- 30 AMP Power and Water Included in Moorage Rates
Annual Launch Pass:
To purchase an annual launch pass, which is good from January 1st - December 31st each year, please call our Marina office at 541-888-2548. After payment has been received, the pass will be mailed to you. Annual passes are not available to purchase online or at the kiosk at this time. The annual pass must be permanently affixed to the vehicle on the left lower corner of the windshield or permanently affixed to the boat trailer on the winch post.
Boat Ramp Pay Station:
A daily launch pass may be purchased at the kiosk located in front of the Marina office. The Launch Ramp Pay Station accepts cash, Visa, and Master Card.
The Charleston Marina Office is open from Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm. If arriving into the marina outside of operating hours, recreational vessels may moor on the Transient Dock off of B-dock until assigned a slip. Please fill out a registration slip in the box next to the Charleston Marina Office door.
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 that is left unattended will be considered “abandoned” and 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. The marina docks are closed from 10:00 PM to 5:00 AM every day. Thank you for your cooperation.