A marina, on the N side of the bay and just W of Burner Point, has berths for nearly 300 craft; electricity, gasoline, diesel fuel, water, ice, pumpout facilities and some marine supplies are available. Reported depths of 15 feet can be taken to the floats. The entrance to the fuel dock is reported to shoal on the right side at low tide.
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The entrance to Port Ludlow, in the W part of Admiralty Inlet, is just W of Colvos Rocks on the W side at the entrance to Hood Canal. From the broad entrance the bay extends in a general S direction 2.5 miles, terminating in a basin 0.5 mile in diameter. The basin affords good anchorage in 40 to 50 feet, soft bottom; the shores are fairly steep.
Burner Point, marked by a light, is on the N side of the entrance to the inner portion of the bay. A speed limit of 5 knots is enforced southerly of a line extending due east from Burner Point to the east shore.
The town of Port Ludlow, once a major Puget Sound lumber port, is on the N shore of the inner portion of the bay. The former Port Ludlow townsite is now occupied by a housing development and resort of the same name.