Located in Bellingham Washington, Squalicum Harbor is a 1400 slip marina on the northern edge of Bellingham Bay. The harbor is split into two moorage basins which are homeport to recreational, charter and brokerage boats and the largest commercial fishing fleet north of Seattle as well as a healthy and diverse marine trades network.
The Bellingham Shipping Terminal provides the facilities to accommodate ocean-going vessels such as tugs, barges, and cargo vessels. In support of those operations there are approximately 35 acres of upland area and two large storage warehouses to meet your industrial needs. For more information about the Shipping Terminal, click here.
The Port of Bellingham provides moorage for passenger vessels and is also the southern terminus for the Alaska Marine Highway System located at the Bellingham Cruise Terminal on the southside of Bellingham Bay. Also within walking distance is Fairhaven Station that provides a variety of transportation options such as Amtrak, Greyhound and taxi / bus services. Also a small boat launch is nearby that provides access to the San Juan and Gulf islands. For more information on the Bellingham Cruise Terminal and all it has to offer, click here.