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  Getting to Homer's Small Boat Harbor
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To get to the harbor just drive south on the sterling highway until you reach the Spit.  The small boat harbor is 3.5 miles down the spit on the left.

Most of our reservations are taken right over the phone and you will be directed to head straight down to the boat.  You can always check in at Central Charters (4241 Homer Spit Road) if you prefer.  Make sure you have your fishing license with you.  Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your departure time.
Fishing licenses are available for purchase at Central Charters located at 4241 Homer Spit Road.
(just across the street from the harbor).
The boats are very easy to find once you arrive at the small boat harbor.
Non-paved parking is free but the paved lots have a fee.
All harbor ramps lead to the boats but some ramps are closer to the boats than others.
The slip location letters are high up on the harbor pilings and the ramp numbers are posted at the top of each ramp.
The Half-Day (SPIRIT & FOXFIRE) and Tour Boats (DISCOVERY) are located in Slip F1.  The Double Limit Overnight Boat (NAUTILUS 2) is Located in Slip E3. The Full Day Boat (PATRIOT) is located in slip G21.
Slip F1 is at the bottom of ramp 3 to the right.  Slip G21 is to the left. Ramp 3 is located between Harbor Bar & Grill and Coal Point Fish processors.  This is directly across the street from Central Charters.
Slip E3 is at the bottom of ramp 2.  Ramp 2 is adjacent to the Salty Dawg Tavern and public restrooms.
Dress in layers, bring whatever you would like to eat or drink and enjoy the trip. Please leave large coolers in your vehicle.




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Alaska Coastal Marine
4350 Homer Spit Rd.
Homer, Alaska 99603

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All pictures on this site were taken on Alaska Coastal Marine Vessels by our crews during the trips. You may see them cut and pasted to imitators sites without permission.