John Wayne Marina

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2577 W Sequim Bay Rd
Sequim, WA 98382
48° 3' 45.08'', -123° 2' 29.17''
(360) 417-3440
VHF Ch. 0
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Clear throughout the day.
54℉SSW at 1 knots
High04:12AM8.030ft
Low11:36AM-2.802ft
High07:09PM8.614ft
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Services & Amenities


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Showers
Laundry
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Boat Ramp
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Propane


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Dry Storage
Winter Storage
Travel Lift
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greywolfJun 14, 2012

What to say this place is awful!!! Don't come here!!! It is not an amazingly friendly facility that is perfectly maintained without being a bunch of yacht snobs. It does not have a beautiful setting, great crabbing, a short run to fantastic fishing... Nope don't come here... There is not a really nice park and beach. The public fishing pier is not a fun place for kids to CATCH fish...Nope stay away! There is also not a fun history around the place because it is where John Wayne kept his yacht and donated the land for the marina and park to Jefferson County... Nope, but if you do come here make sure you stop by our boat and say hi!

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