FAQs

How much notice is required to vacate my slip?

None. We don’t require advance notice when vacating a slip. Just notify us the day the boat departs, and we will prorate your moorage as of that day. If you are in an annual contract you will be charged the difference between the monthly rate and the annual rate for the months that you occupied the slip.

Do you accept reservations?

Yes. Reservations can be made for guest moorage up to a year in advance. To make a reservation, call the harbor office at (360) 293-0694. There is a $5 advance reservations fee. With this we will store your credit card on file for no show purposes. We have a 24-hour cancellation policy. If your reservation is canceled same day, or you don’t arrive for your reservation, we will charge the first nights’ moorage to the credit card on file. Reservations are highly recommended May through September.

How do I connect to wifi?

We have free wifi available at the marina.  There are two networks to choose from and one might work better depending on your device. Look for “Cap Sante Marina” and “Cap Sante Marina 5G” to connect. There is no password required.

I heard you have RV Parking at the marina. What are the details?

**Please note – exciting upgrades are planned for our RV park this year and it will be temporarily closed while the work takes place, which could be as soon as July 2022. Please check in with the harbor office before making your summer plans due to this potential impact. **

We have RV parking available at Cap Sante Marina. It is in the north parking lot nearest to J, K, and L docks. All of our RV parking spots are on a first come, first serve basis. No reservations are accepted. Pull into an available spot and check in at the harbor office by phone or in person with your information, including license plate number, and complete payment. It is dry camping so there are no water or electrical hook-ups, but we do have restroom, laundry and shower facilities on site. The cost is $22 per night. Our busiest times are mid-July when recreational crabbing season opens and Arts Festival weekend, which is typically the first weekend in August.