Cap Sante Boat Haven (Port of Anacortes) has up to 200 permanent and transient berths. Services available include electricity, gasoline, diesel fuel, water, ice, pump-out facility, marine supplies and a 50-ton marine lift. A harbormaster assigns berths, and can be contacted on VHF-FM channel 66A.
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Anacortes, is on the S shore of Guemes Channel. The port is incorporated as the Port of Anacortes.
Cap Sante Waterway, a dredged channel leading to the E waterfront of Anacortes, is marked by daybeacons and lights. The ends of the breakwaters forming the boat haven are marked by lights. In 2010, the controlling depth was 11 feet in the entrance channel to the basin, thence depths of 11 to 12 feet in the basin. Vessels should give the S breakwater a berth of at least 40 feet to stay in good water.
A dredged channel, marked by lights and buoys, extends about 0.7 mile SW from the entrance of Cape Sante Waterway to the waterfront area of Anacortes Industrial Park. In 2010, the controlling depth was 13 feet in the channel.