Travelift & Boatyard

Travelift

Please note: The Waterfront Festival at the Port of Edmonds will affect hours of operation for Travelift activity. The Travelift will close at Noon Friday, June 1 and reopens 9am, Monday June 4.
Boats in the boatyard will not be able to drop-in to the water until 6/4/18.

For questions about scheduling in anticipation of this temporary closure contact Marina Operations at 425-775-4588

The Port of Edmonds operates a 50-ton travelift that can accommodate vessels up to 60 feet in length with 15.5 feet maximum beams. To schedule an appointment call 425-775-4588.

Port of Edmonds Travelift

Services Offered

  • Sling time with a pressure wash
  • Sling time without a pressure wash
  • Round-trip to and from the boatyard (includes a pressure wash)

Boatyard

The Port of Edmonds is proud to be a Leadership Certified Clean Boatyard!

Boaters have the option to personally work on their vessel, or hire a company from the Port’s commercial vendors list, that is licensed and insured. We are able to continue to provide this facility because our staff and users have been creative in implementing low cost best management practices that allow work to be completed in an environmentally friendly way.

Port of Edmonds Boatyard

Many qualified vendors do boat repair, maintenance, installation of marine equipment and water management systems, retrofits, custom interiors and exteriors, marine sanitation systems, heating systems, shrink wrap, electronic engine controls, hull polishing and waxing, as well as all kinds ofbottom paint including new copper free alternatives.

Puget Sound Yacht Service

PSYS has been in business and has leased space from the Port since 1985. They are currently located in the northwest corner of the yard. Contact Paul Waits (owner) at 206-660-3630.

 

Edmonds Yacht Sales and Service

EYS resides at the entrance to the boatyard, and provides yacht sales and service, diving, vessel management, and sale of some marine retail items. Contact 425-774-8878.

 

Commercial Vendors

Companies who provide the Port with a copy of their liability and hold harmless agreement may perform work in the boatyard or on the docks.