Services Available on the Dock
8AM - 4PM
HOIST SHACK HOURS
5AM Til the last boat comes in
Visitors are welcome to visit the working dock in Port Orford. Please be careful and watch where you're going! If you have any questions, the Port of Port Orford office is located behind the bathrooms.
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- There are public restrooms and showers and parking available.We also sell ice.
- Griff's on the Dock serves seafood for lunch and dinner, as well as more traditional entrees. This building also houses a Maritime Museum and Gift Shop.
- Charter Boat Operations – Contact 5-Star Charters or Angler's Choice for information and reservations
- Fish Buyers – Two commercial fish buyers are currently leasing space on the dock. Hallmark Fisheries buys Black Cod (Sablefish), fresh rockfish and other nearshore species, Dungeness Crab, Halibut and Tuna. NorCal Fisheries buys live rockfish and other nearshore species, Dungeness Crab, and sea urchins.
- Boat Launching Services – Because of the dolly dock system, all vessels need to be equipped with lifting straps.
- Dockage $330.00
- Non tenant commercial lift $ 40.00
- Non tenant sport lift $ 50.00
- Reserch lift $125.00
*** News Alert*** New lifting policy - As of July 21st, 2015, the Port of Port Orford will now lift boats with OSHA approved lifting straps with current certification of inspection stamped on the straps. The OSHA approved lifting straps must meet the weight requirement for the specific vessel being lifted and the current certification date must be visible for inspection by the lift operator before being placed in the water. Remember, it is the responsibility of the boat owner to make sure all ropes, lifting straps, and attachment points are in good working order. The Port of Port Orford assumes no responsibility if your ropes, lifting straps, or attachment points fail.
Fishing – Have your own crab ring? Come down and toss it off the dock to bring up a tasty treat! Make sure to check the current regulations and have the proper licenses before you fish! Never leave your crab pots, rings unattended.