The Coupeville Wharf and Coupe’s Boat Launch 10 blocks north of downtown, make for some easy access to and from the water along Penn Cove.
Coming in on a sail or motor boat, from Saratoga Pass, the wharf provides you with, moorage, supplies, diesel and non leaded gasoline, coffee, lattes, showers for boaters mooring, delicious food, shopping and marine education! Visit the Port website to access more information for your next sailing in!
Only a short walk down the wharf to Coupeville, your visit to Penn Cove on your boat can be peppered with beach walking, dinning, shopping and visits to the Sno-Isle Coupeville Library and Island County Museum.
And don’t forget RACE WEEK on Penn Cove! Blessed to be in the best time of the year for summer winds and even occasional excitement due to weather, Race Week is best viewed from Coupeville. Whether you are just leaning on the rails of the wharf, watching from your delicious luncheon at a restaurant on Front St., or more elaborately renting a week long vacation house along the water, Race Week is the top of the line for water sports entertainment.
Another great time for boat lovers along the historic Coupeville waterfront and Penn Cove is when the historic boats, Lady Washington and Hawaiian Chieftain, come in to educate, thrill with cannoned battles, and allow access tours for these significant and beautiful boats. Check their website for schedules, information about their crews and educational pursuits.
If it’s boating you love, the shores of historic Coupeville on Penn Cove are the place for you.