Supplies and services available at the harbor are: electricity, gasoline, diesel fuel, water, a pump-out facility and electrical/engine repairs. A float with the edges painted yellow is on the NE side of the harbor and has been reserved as a seaplane dock. A yacht club and marina are about 0.4 and 0.6 mile SSE of the small-craft harbor, respectively. Supplies of all types may be obtained in town.
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Liberty Bay is a narrow inlet extending about 4 miles in a N direction from the NW part of Port Orchard. The SE half of the bay is narrow and tortuous. The shores are low and wooded; the shoreline is mostly sand and gravel. There are mud flats at the head of the bay and in the small bight on the S side of the bay. Mud is the predominating bottom characteristic.
Poulsbo. a fishing and pleasure resort on the E shore at the head of Liberty Bay, is the principal town of the area. A tall church steeple on the hill NE of the harbor is prominent.
The small-craft harbor at Poulsbo, protected on the S and W sides by an angled timbered breakwater, can accommodate about 400 fishing boats and pleasure craft. The breakwater is well marked by private lights. Piers and floats are in the harbor with reported depths of 7 feet alongside.