The Port of Bellingham is a government agency in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington, United States which operates two large marinas, port facilities and the Bellingham International Airport, along with other ports in towns such as Blaine.

At a glance

  • Bellingham Cruise Terminal — 400-foot berth with overhead passenger loading ramp, car loading ramp, floating docks, fuel, water, and storage.
  • Bellingham Shipping Terminal — full-service marine terminal with 1,250 feet of dock space, over 85,000 square feet of covered storage, and 35 acres of available upland.
  • Blaine Harbor — 629 state-of-the-art boat slips for commercial and pleasure boats, protected by a heavy rock breakwater, with 800 feet of visitor moorage and public boat launch.
  • Squalicum Habor — full-service marina and home port to more than 1,400 commercial and pleasure boats.


355 Harris Avenue
Bellingham, WA 98225
T: 360-676-2500

Key staff:
Marine Terminals Manager — Dave Warter (davew@portofbellingham.com)
Marine Terminals Business Development Manager — (cclark@portofbellingham.com)

Michael Shepard, President
Bobby Briscoe, Vice President
Ken Bell, Secretary