18 Fresh Water Docks


Located in Seattle 1,000 yards from the historic Ballard locks, SBMC is a fresh water marina with moorage that accommodates vessels from 100 feet to 240 feet. The combination of on-site marine service tenants and adjacent off-site marine service facilities makes SBMC the largest contiguous super yacht marina of its kind on the U.S. west coast

Available Slips

18 slips for large yacht moorage

For moorage availability and pricing, please contact us at: 206.450.9100


Marina Amenities


  • 1 gigabit-per-second fiber internet to each dock pedestal
  • Private parking within 200 feet of all docks
  • Fully-secured, gate access
  • Security cameras with 24/7 live streaming
  • Drive-on 12-foot-wide docks with electric carts
  • 240/480, 3 phase 200A power
  • Helicopter load and unload permitted
  • Complimentary electric boat for owners,crew, and guest use
  • Fitness gym and indoor rock climbing on-site
  • On-site ship’s agent for all your provisioning needs
  • Dockside fuel bunkering permitted

Neighborhood And Surrounding Area

Located in the heart of Seattle’s booming Ballard neighborhood, SBMC is just minutes from all the city amenities. Whether you prefer fine dining or food trucks, tranquil parks or the loudest NFL fans, symphony or rock and roll, SBMC is nearby. Scroll through the list below to see the variety of attractions, activities, and restaurants in the neighborhood.

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Maritime Services

MY Itasca in Alaska

“I have been around the world three times on Itasca. We’ve been to the Arctic, Antarctic, and everywhere in between. We’re a single screw yacht traveling in some of the harshest places on the planet. Breakdowns are not an option. When we’re in the Pacific we come to Seattle for the very best in yacht maintenance and mechanical expertise. The technicians and craftsmen in Seattle understand how important it is to keep us running; they’re relied upon by the commercial towing and fishing industries. They’re hardworking, fair, and capable.”

Captain Matt Carter
M/Y Itasca, 176’ (54m) x 35’ (11m) 845GT


Salmon Bay Marine Center has on site and local maritime services

“Seattle has a thousand commercial fish boats. A couple hundred oceangoing tugs running to Alaska and Hawaii. If the lights aren’t burning and the props aren’t turning they aren’t making money. If you need a tail shaft in Seattle you have half a dozen options. In California, you have one, maybe two. Seattle has so much more infrastructure. Take the machine shops we have, the prop shops, hydraulic experts, everything that supports the maritime industry. There’s so much more here. More haulouts, more people, more options.”

Dana Brodie
Senior Port Engineer, Stabbert Maritime, 2013-2017
Port Engineer & Engineering Manager, Foss Maritime, 1988-2013
Chief Engineer, Crowley Maritime, 1972-1987