Washburn Marina is a natural, deepwater harbor, on the shores of Chequamegon Bay, in western Lake Superior. Providing easy access to outstanding ﬁshing and sailing, it is the gateway to the Apostle Islands.
Conveniently located in the coastal community of Washburn, Wis., the marina has 138 slips. Touting more than three acres of land space and 30,000 square feet of indoor storage space, the marina accommodates both recreational boaters and commercial vessels. A 150-ton Travelift makes hauling and launching a wide variety of vessels possible.
Boaters at the Washburn Marina enjoy clean grounds and restrooms with showers, picnic areas with gas grills and a friendly staff. A short walk takes them to the main street of Washburn.
The marina offers a full complement of services and products. The fueling station is easily accessible to all with ethanol-free gasoline and diesel. A pump-out station is also available.
The Ship Store boasts a wide selection of marine supplies to serve the needs of the boating public. It includes stainless steel fasteners, boat maintenance and cleaning supplies, safety equipment, electrical wire, parts and connectors, dock line, paint, epoxies and resins with application materials.
Washburn Marina has a year-round, full-service department with more than 75 years of combined experience in boat service and repair. Everything from complete mechanical service on gas and diesel motors, inboard, outdrive and outboards, hull work from minor gel coat repairs to complete refurbishing and painting, electrical and electronic repairs and installation, rigging and woodworking is offered.
Seasonal, trailered boat storage is a valued amenity that is offered to boaters near and far for the option of keeping a boat on the trailer and taking advantage of the quality launch ramp when needed. Better yet, a menu of services ranging from launching and hauling the boat, to fueling and stocking, to cleaning and waxing, are available to save boaters time and money.
The staff at the marina are sensitive to the environment and the pristine condition of Lake Superior. They have pledged to become one of Wisconsin’s ﬁrst “Clean Marinas.”