Recreational Boating Information for the Northwest
The Port of Coupeville | Coupeville Wharf was established in 1967, located on Whidbey Island in the Puget Sound situated on the south side of a sheltered inlet known as Penn Cove. It includes an area from just North of the town of Coupeville to just North of Freeland. Coupeville was founded by Captain Coupe. The town has long been a port and a center for fishing and shell fish. The town was originally built as a small port and its primary business was the import and export of goods between the island and the mainland.
The boating facility has been set up so that a dozen or more power boats and sailboats can be moored to floats attached to the Wharf. There are also four buoys near the Wharf. This is the only public moorage in Penn Cove. Note: The dock is exposed so watch weather conditions.
- Fuel Dock: Ethanol free unleaded & diesel
- Transient (guest) moorage only
- Kim's Cafe catering to boaters and local residents alike
Situated on the
South Side of
Port of Coupeville
P.O. Box 577
Coupeville WA 98239
Hours vary - call
Latitude: 48° 13.33' N
Longitude: -122° 41.34' W