There’s no better feeling than boating the beautiful blue waters of the San Juan Islands, taking in all the natural paradise has to offer. When it’s time to turn off the motors and relax, there’s no equal to Roche Harbor Marina. Led by Harbormaster Kevin Carlton, our marina team is here to welcome boaters of all types to our haven on San Juan Island. Power or sail, yacht to dinghy, we’ll have a slip for you on our docks. Friendly dock staff await to catch your lines as you enter a mode of relaxation and escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Our marina has been the gateway to wonderful memories for a countless number of boaters and we look forward to welcoming you soon!
Roche Harbor offers five decades of fun and friendly boating traditions in the San Juan Islands. We start every stay with a dock-side greeting and tie-up, and offer information on the resort so you can enjoy amenities like complimentary wifi, off-leash dog park, and outdoor pool. Our 377 slips are available year-round or nightly and fit vessels up to 150′, making it a must-stop destination on any cruise in the Salish Sea.
Top notch marina, professionally and courteously run. Dock hands that are quick to help with a smile. Lots of activities to enjoy here. Just don't check customs here as the agents are always jerks that enjoy hassling boaters...go to Friday Harbor.
Living in the PNW, we love to explore marinas and decompress from our everyday life. Roche Harbor is one of our all time favorites! The guest services at the marina is outstanding! They meet you at your slip and help you dock. Take any garbage you may have acquired during your trip to the Marina and help with anything you may need to know about when arriving. They have great restaurants and a store to pick up things you may need while there (like...wine!). The Madrona Bar and Grill is our fav to get great seafood! The lime Kiln Cafe has great breakfasts, but get there early, you'll have to stand in line! The showers/restrooms are very well maintained and are handy if you can't shower up on your vessel. Lots of places to explore while the like the Mausoleum, a great place to see history and for photo shoots. Relaxing on the back of our 28ft Searay with snacks and cocktails in the evening and talking with people docked around us is one of the fun things we love to do. You get to meet some great Boat-people! The Resort at Roche Harbor is also fantastic if you can't stay on your boat. They cater to your delights and make you feel like a VIP! The Color Guard to close the day is a Roche harbor tradition. It's fun to watch. Boats in the Harbor all participate by honking their horns. Nice way to involve the whole boating community. I can't say enough great things about Roche Harbor. We always try to visit 2 to 3 times a year!