I requested a slip close to the facilities. Upon arrival I was told to "take any slip on H dock". I couldn't tell how many slips were open and I hadn't seen a dock attendant yet, I took what appeared to be the first open. Thid dock is equal distance from either of facilities. I was told to come to the dock office to sign in once I was secured. They closed at 5. I walked up without shower gear to make their time. When I asked what to sign he said Dockwa had covered it and handed me a slip of paper with #s of gates, shower, phone to office and wifi that didn't work. There was no place to sit in the shower/head room. I'm handicapped but not in a wheelchair. The handicap shower stall had no seat (fold down) to shower nor one to dress. I couldn't tie my shoes until I saw a cart in the hall used by maintenance. I single hand my boat. I could have gone down the row of slips on the chance of finding one closer but the sun was setting, I'd been running all day and having an assigned slip with an attendant waiting would have been more like I would have appreciated.
From first contact the staff was pleasant, knowledgeable and accommodating. Upon arrival and slip assignment I explained I was single screw and single handed and requested the T head of dock, "No Problem" was the reply. The ship's store was well stocked and the showers/ head were very clean. The big plus was my neighbors across the dock.