May Newsletter

As we move through spring toward summer, our hours will expand with the daylight hours. By the end of may, we'll be back to our normal operating hours of: 5:30am - 9:00pm,  7 days a week

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CONSIDERING OTHERS

As the marina becomes busier, please be considerate of others by remembering to:

  • Keep your dogs on leashes
  • Clean up after your animals
  • Dispose of your cigarettes in the orange buoy "butt disposal" containers

 


PARKING CHALLENGES

HANDICAPPED

We rearranged our parking lot, and know parking can be tight.  In order to accommodate everybody who wants to be here, as well as safety vehicles and buses, please consider the following:

  • Handicapped Spaces:  Only park in the handicapped spots if you have a handicapped placard or a license plate.  Please do not use the spots unless you have a person with you whose disabilities require the close parking;

  • Unloading:  Feel free to pull onto the dock to unload people and gear, then park your vehicle in the parking lot;

  • Dockside Galley:  DO NOT park directly next to or right in front of the Dockside Galley restaurant;

  • Towing:  Cars that are blocking access for others WILL BE TOWED.


CLICK ON THE PHOTO ABOVE TO VISIT THE KING SALMON DERBY WEBSITE

CLICK ON THE PHOTO ABOVE TO VISIT THE KING SALMON DERBY WEBSITE

GEARING UP FOR THE DERBY

     WEEKEND #1:  MAY 23-25

     WEEKEND #2:  MAY 30-31

     WEEKEND #3:  JUNE 6-7

Are you ready to fish in the 68th Annual King Salmon Derby?  Our store is stocked with tackle, bait, safety equipment, clothing, and snacks - we're ready to outfit all of your derby-fishing needs!

Don't have your own boat?  Rent one of our covered boats or one of our skiffs!  

 


Lloyd AKA "Blind Squirrel" getting ready for his trek.

Lloyd AKA "Blind Squirrel" getting ready for his trek.

LLOYD'S TREK AGAINST CANCER

Moorage customer Lloyd Gossman left Ketchikan at the end of April to head for Independence, Missouri to walk the Oregon trail.  His trek will take him 2200 miles, and his goal is to fight cancer by raising money through sponsorships and donations. You can keep track of his progress via Live In Ketchikan Facebook Page or get updates from local radio station KFMJ.  We will be following Lloyd and look forward to seeing him when he returns!