The West Basin has berths with electricity, gasoline, diesel fuel, water, ice, and some marine supplies are available. All types of repairs can be made at several private firms on the basin.
The East Basin has berths and a launching ramp; however, no services are available.
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Astoria, at Mile 12, extends from Youngs Bay to Tongue Point. It is the principal city on the Columbia River below Longview, WA.
The fixed highway bridge between Astoria and Point Ellice has a clearance of 205 feet at the center over the main channel and 48 feet over the N channel. A racon is on the bridge support pier just N of the main ship channel.
Two mooring basins for small craft and fishing vessels are maintained by the Port of Astoria. The West Basin, 0.3 (0.3) mile W of the S end of the Astoria Bridge, has 15 feet reported through the entrance and depths of about 5 feet at the floats. The entrance to the basin is marked by private lights. The East Basin, 2 (2.3) miles E of the Astoria Bridge.