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Recreational Marina 

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An easily accessible fuel dock and close proximity to the ocean make the Port of Newport Marina & RV Park one of the best places on the Oregon Coast to moor a pleasure craft.  The marina features a paved launch ramp with a courtesy dock and staging area.  Daily boat trailer parking is available.  Yaquina Bay is home to sailboat regattas as well as one of the largest and most sophisticated commercial fishing fleets on the coast.

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In September of 2008, this marina was designated a Clean Marina by the Oregon State Marine Board. For more information about the Clean Marina program, click on  https://www.oregon.gov/osmb/boater-info/Pages/Environmental-Programs.aspx

Moorage for recreational vessels

  • 522 moorage slips
  • Slip sizes: 24’, 26’, 32’, 40’, 48’
  • We monitor VHF channel 12
  • Accommodations for larger vessels at linier ties
  • Shore power
  • Fresh water hook-ups
  • Sanitary pump-out station
  • Daily, monthly, semi-annual and annual rates. See our home page for a link to our current rate schedule.
  • Full service fuel dock

Launch Ramp

  • Easy access
  • Self service payment
  • Courtesy dock/staging area
  • Fresh water boat wash
  • Large short term boat trailer parking area

 

BOOK ONLINE - Reservations of Less than 30 Days

 

Please note online reservations can not be made further than 6 months in advance. Please check out our guide for assistance using the Reservation Site.

GUIDE

 

 

After Hours Procedures

All boats are required to pre-registered.  Slips are assigned at time of reservation.  Please contact the marina office at 541-406-0461 for reservations or after hours call 541-270-5558 for assistance.

Click here to see a map of the marina!

Fishing information-Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
www.dfw.state.or.us/resources/fishing

Tides
http://weather.hmsc.oregonstate.edu/weather/tides/tides.html

Public Use

  • Fishing pier
  • Fish cleaning stations
  • Picnic bunkers
  • Public restrooms

General Grounds Rules

  • Pets must be kept on leash and with their owners at all times. Please clean up after them, dog stations available throughout the property.
  • Portable, raised fire pits are allowed in RV sites subject to the posting of signs prohibiting fires. Crab cookers are permitted in picnic bunkers.
  • Sorry, no diving in the Marina
  • Vehicle speed limit within the RV park and parking areas is 5 mph.  The marina is a no wake zone

Reminder About Electrical System Upgrades

The Port of Newport has been undergoing much-needed upgrades to the electrical system that supplies the docks in the South Beach Marina since the spring of 2021. Part of this work is a replacement of breakers in the marine power pedestals with GFI protected breakers. GFI protection is now REQUIRED by the National Electrical Code (NEC).

What does GFI protection mean for you?

GFI protection means a safer electrical system, and it reduces the chances of stray current in the water and on the docks. These code changes were made because of instances of electric shock drowning around the country resulting from stray current.

The GFI protection at the power pedestal is set at 13 milliamps in accordance with the NEC. This means that our system will be very sensitive to electrical faults and back-feeds from your vessel. The intent of this code requirement is to raise awareness of electrical faults and prompt owners to make repairs immediately.

The Port has been replacing the old, unprotected breakers with ground fault protected breakers since the fall of 2021. Be aware that as we replace the breakers, if your vessel has a fault or back-feed strong enough to trip the device, your vessel may go without power until you repair the problem.

Please review Section 3 and Section 6 of your moorage license agreement as well as Sections 2.25 and 2.29 of the Port Facilities Code.

The safekeeping of vessels moored at the Port of Newport is the responsibility of the vessel owners. The Port does NOT guarantee the continuity of electric service to any vessel, the characteristics of any service that is provided, or the characteristics of the vessel service breaker.