Marina Office Closure Details

Marina Office Closure Details

Date: Mar 25, 2020
To combat the COVID-19 (coronavirus), Governor Jay Inslee has ordered Washington residents to stay at home, except for crucial activities. The Governor’s order was provided statewide with 48 hours’ notice. The Port of Bremerton is committed to protecting our employees, their families, our tenants, and local citizens.

Due to Governor Jay Inslee’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order, Port of Bremerton’s marina services will be temporarily reduced through April 8.  We apologize for the temporary inconvenience.

  • During this statewide Governor’s order, Port of Bremerton marinas are operating at a reduced number of staffing on-site.
  • Marina offices are closed to the public.  Marina business may be conducted via email, online, by phone, or U.S. Mail.  Please refer to
  • Marina offices will not be receiving and holding tenant packages. (Please refer to the USPS office, UPS, or Fed-ex Shipping Facility for pick up arrangements)
  • Marina restrooms and laundry facilities remain open to marina tenants and are being cleaned and disinfected multiple times daily.  Additional disinfectant spray will also be available for tenant use within the marina bathrooms.
  • Port of Bremerton public restrooms and parks have been temporarily closed.
  • Marina Security Gates continue to function normally (Gate handles are being disinfected daily)
  • On-water boat side pump out services have been temporarily suspended during this period.  Pump out stations at both marinas are fully operational and may be accessed by vessels 24 hours a day.
  • Marina on-dock trash collection is temporarily suspended.  Trash dumpsters have been located  for marina use.  Bremerton Marina:  Trash dumpsters are located on the boardwalk, near the dock entrance.  Port Orchard Marina: Trash Dumpsters are located near A Dock and Guest Dock entrances.
  • All shuttles have ceased operation.  New valet parking will not be available during this period. 
  • Port Orchard marine fuel facilities will continue to be available during regular business hours.  (Calling ahead is highly recommended.  Disinfecting after each fueling will occur and social distancing will be practiced, use of cash for fuel transactions is highly discouraged)
  • Marina maintenance requests may have delayed responses for non-essential items or may need to be accommodated as best as possible after this temporary period.
  • Please continue to monitor Port communication, emails, and social media for regular updates. 

The COVID-19 (coronavirus) is an active situation that is changing daily. The Port of Bremerton is proactively monitoring public health information for any additional potential implications for our community. Your patience and understanding during this challenging period is appreciated. 

For additional information related to the statewide impacts of this shared issue, please refer to the Washington State Department of Health:

Kitsap Public Health District:

Port of Bremerton marina office may be reached at 360-373-1035 or at

If there is an emergency, please call 911.