Hollis is the homeport of Inter-Island Ferry Authority (IFA), which provides daily ferry service to and from Ketchikan.

  • Limited moorage

  • Launch ramp

  • Auto rentals


The quiet town of Kasaan is almost magical when you walk out to enjoy the Whale house and totem park before having lunch at the Totem Trail restaurant. It is a must-see cultural destination, whether you cruise to Kasaan, or rent a car and drive from Thorne Bay.

  • Dock space is first come, first served

  • Fresh water in summer months

  • Totem Trail Restaurant within walking distance

  • Kasaan Whale House and Totem Park are about one and a half level miles from the harbor

  • No launch ramp

Thorne Bay

The Thorne Bay Downtown Harbor Map

Thorne Bay is a great place to base for your onshore island explorations! There are two harbors, and most visitors come to the Main Harbor on the northeast part of the bay. This downtown location puts many services within short walking distance.

Main Harbor

Thorne Bay’s Main Harbor

  • 300 feet transient moorage, 108 boat slips

  • Groceries, propane, hardware, liquor, restaurant, library (wifi), post office, auto rentals, and more within easy walking distance

  • Fuel dock to the northwest of Main Harbor

  • Fresh water and 30 and 50 amp shore power

  • Public restrooms and coin operated, ADA roll-in shower

  • Covered fish cleaning station

  • Tidal grid

  • Launch ramp with float

  • Contact Harbormaster Ron at 907-204-0815

Davidson Landing is on the southeast shore of the bay and accesses Southside Subdivision.

Davidson Landing

  • 200 feet transient moorage, 48 boat slips

  • No city amenities

  • Shore power coming in 2019

  • Covered picnic area

  • Restroom

  • Launch ramp

Neck Lake coho fishing is just across the bay from the Whale Pass Harbor

Whale Pass

The Neck Lake silver salmon run makes Whale Pass a big summertime stopping place! The dock will not handle larger vessels, but there is ample anchorage in the area.

  • Library with wifi

  • Launch ramp with float

  • Limited groceries about 2 miles from harbor

The Coffman Cove fish cleaning station can be a busy place in summer

Coffman Cove

  • 180 feet transient moorage and 60 slips

  • Groceries, restaurant, liquor, bar, library, and post office within walking distance

  • Fresh water and shore power

  • Public restroom

  • Pay wifi

  • Covered fish cleaning station

  • Launch ramp with float

  • Contact Coffman Cove City Hall at 907-329-2233

The mail plane just leaving Point Baker, Alaska

Point Baker

Wooden Wheel Cove, Port Protection

  • Free transient moorage, first come first served

  • Limited groceries, laundromat, post office, and seasonal restaurant and bar, at the dock.

  • Fish cleaning table

  • Community Association 907-559-2204

Port Protection

  • Limited groceries, liquor, laundromat, shower, and post office at the harbor.

  • Fuel available, contact Wooden Wheel Cove Trading Post 907-489-2222

Naukati Bay

Naukati Bay harbor when the construction was finishing up.

  • 250 feet transient moorage and 16 slips

  • Launch ramp with float

  • Limited groceries, liquor, and post office are about a mile hike with hills.

Klawock Harbor


  • Transient moorage and slips

  • Restrooms and ADA roll-in shower

  • Fish cleaning table

  • Groceries, liquor, propane, post office about one mile from harbor

  • Totem park within easy walking distance

  • Launch ramp 1/2 mile to the north

  • Harbormaster 907-755-2260


Craig is the commercial hub of POW, and the harbor system is more comprehensive than other communities. North and South Harbors are directly across the road from each other, but the harbor entrances are about a mile apart.

  • Harbormaster Hans 907-826-3404

  • Transient moorage at North Harbor

  • Public restrooms and ADA roll-in showers at Harbormasters office

  • Fresh water and shore power

  • Groceries, restaurant, bar, liquor, hardware, fishing tackle, sporting goods, banks, library (wifi), and more within walking distance

  • Fuel dock to the north of North Harbor at False Island

  • Launch ramp with float to the north of North Harbor, to the east of False Island

  • Boat haul-out up to 52’ or 50 tons. Behind False Island.

  • Two harbor cranes, one at False Island, and the other downtown to the east of North Harbor

  • Flake ice by the bucket or by the ton at False Island

  • Tidal grid


  • Ample transient moorage

  • Harbormaster 907-285-3761

  • Launch ramp with float

  • Covered fish cleaning station

More info coming as I get in touch with more harbormasters.