Anchor Cove is more than a place to keep your boat… It’s a jumping-off point for island adventures, and a destination in itself!

This year’s picnic will be on Saturday, June 11 at the Marina.

The swap meet begins at 9:00 am in the parking lot. The Power Squadron will also have a number of certified vessel inspection people here starting at 09:00, running through the afternoon. There is a signup sheet in the marina laundry room, or you can email Bruce to set up a time. The picnic begins at noon. The marina will provide the burgers and brats, the drinks, and place settings. Please bring your choice of side dishes, salads, or desserts to share. If you would like to help with barbecuing, setting up or cleaning up, please contact Bruce.


Anchor Cove is more than a place to keep your boat…

It’s a jumping-off point for island adventures,
and a destination in itself!

Anchor Cove is a condominium ownership marina featuring 167 slips with nominal lengths of 40, 45 and 55 feet. Our generous stick-out allowances make our slips equivalent in boat lengths to other marina’s 45, 50 and 60 foot slips. 125 of the slips are covered, with nominal lengths of 40 and 45 feet. Our 6 foot roof overhang provides extra weather protection not found at most other marinas.
Anchor Cove Marina is located in Anacortes’ “Old Town” district at the intersection of 5th Street and K Avenue, in a residential neighborhood just a five block walk from north Commercial Avenue’s antique shops, pubs, and restaurants. Anchor Cove is the only marina in Anacortes with a full time live-in harbormaster and a perimeter fence with a controlled gate so vehicles are secure, as well as boats.
Unique features are a full shop for project work, a patio with barbecue grills and a crab cooker, and a place to store tenders over the winter. Our landscaping is amazing with plants and flowers distributed shore-side year round.  Of course we have shower facilities, a laundry, a pump out cart, and even a library.
Our owners and tenants remark that we are the most friendly marina they have ever experienced.