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Boaters: Please Slow Down Near Marinas and Ramp

Boaters: Please Slow Down Near Marinas and Ramp

The Port of Siuslaw is asking all boaters to PLEASE observe the Oregon State Marine Board Administrative Rules on “Slow-No Wake” while operating your boat within 200 feet of the boat ramp and marinas. OAR 250-010-0025 Basic Rule for “Slow–No Wake” (1) No person shall operate a boat on the waters of this state in excess of a “slow-no wake” speed...

Bay Street Bling Now Open at 1499 Bay St

Bay Street Bling Now Open at 1499 Bay St

Desert Bling dba Bay Street Bling is an Apparel & Accessory Company established in 2009. This company specializes in souvenir merchandise designed and manufactured on location. Bridget and Martin Collmar are from Nevada and have years of vendor experience at various locations such as Dunefest, San Diego County Fair, and Oregon State Fair. They offer a...

Novelli’s Crab & Seafood Open on the Docks!

Novelli’s Crab & Seafood Open on the Docks!

Kyle and Amber Novelli are open at the floating fish market on the Port of Siuslaw docks.  The Novelli’s operate a commercial fishing boat and sell fresh seafood from 10am to 6pm daily.  For more information call 541-639-7689.

Port Commission to Hold Work & Session Jan 30

Port Commission to Hold Work & Session Jan 30

The Port of Siuslaw Commissioners will hold a work session and an executive session per ORS 192.660 (2) (f) on Monday, January 30, at 1:00pm at the Port office conference room.  The agenda for this meeting will include a review of Public Procurement Policies, an update on Storage building removal, and Manager Leskin will receive his annual performance...

Debris Booms To Be Installed in November

Debris Booms To Be Installed in November

To prepare for the winter storm season the Port of Siuslaw will begin placing protective log booms around its marinas. Booms will be placed around the East and West boat basins, and at the boat launch, located at the end of Harbor Street, the second week of November. Increasing debris flow in the Siuslaw River over recent years requires the Port to take these...

Mandatory Vessel Insurance Adopted

Mandatory Vessel Insurance Adopted

The Port of Siuslaw Commission adopted mandatory vessel insurance at it’s July 20th commission meeting. Recreational vessels are  required to carry $100,000 in liability insurance with wreck/salvage coverage and pollution coverage in the amount of $1,000.000. Commercial vessels are required to carry $250,000 in liability insurance with wreck/salvage...