Washington State and Vancouver, Canada
A boat trip through the Pacific Northwest, often referred to as Cascadia, is the ideal way to explore all that this region has to offer.
The Pacific Northwest is the picturesque region of North America bounded by the waves of the Pacific Ocean to the West and the peaks of the Rocky Mountains to the East. This region is noted for its untouched natural beauty and fantastic wildlife, making for the perfect boating adventure. Whales, Dolphins, Seals and Sea Lions are just a few of the amazing marine animals that you will encounter while cruising the Pacific Coastline and its connected waterways. Snag-A-Slip is a free, online boat slip reservation site where you can explore awesome marinas in the Pacific Northwest and list and rent boat slips easily. If you are charting your course or you want to see our marinas on a map, click the interactive map button above!
Washington is a vast state in the Pacific Northwest Region known for its gorgeous natural terrain and thriving big cities.
There are breathtakingly beautiful National Parks sprinkled throughout, providing visitors with the ultimate outdoors experience. Home to the giant Space Needle, Seattle is the state's capital and also a fantastic getaway destination on Elliot Bay. Washington is a boater's true paradise, whether you're looking for a big city experience or a rural expedition.
The Vancouver region is home to some of the finest recreational boating playgrounds in the world
Nestled along the Strait of Georgia, Vancouver is surrounded by stunning mountain ranges and beautiful Pacific coastlines. Visiting boaters can explore serene coastal fjords, pristine marine parks and hundreds of islands, bays and coves. The boating opportunities here are boundless and will leave you with lasting memories.
Boat to Oregon - The Beaver State
Oregon is in the beautiful Pacific Northwest region of the United States and is home to diverse waterways and landscapes, offering 362 miles of coastline to explore. Cruise the Columbia River, bordering Washington State, and dock your boat in Portland - the largest city in Oregon. You'll find Oregon is rich in biodiversity between its myriad of lakes, rivers, rocky coastlines, and marine life.