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La Conner

LaConner

N48° 23′ 46.99″ W122° 29′ 49.97″

LaConner is a great spot to start or end your San Juan Island Cruise. Just make sure that you enjoy your stay here. A walk through town exposes a variety of shops and restaurants to satisfy just about any form of curiosity. There are marine services here to take care of anything that may arise. From detailing to a full re-power. LaConner is here to take care of you.


 The Channel is dredged!


La Conner Marina
613 N. 2nd Street
La Conner, WA 98257
360-466-3118
VHF 66A

www.portofskagit.com/la-conner-marina


Swinomish Channel Currents at La Conner

Here are a few “rules of thumb” that will help you predict slack water and current direction in the Swinomish Slough at La Conner.

The actual time of slack water and duration of current flow are dependent on the range between high and low water and are affected by river runoff.

Use Seattle Tides and add 30 minutes to the following.

  • Slack water occurs 2.5 -4 hours after high or low water.
  • Current flows north 2.5-4 hours before high water continually until 2.5 – 4 hours after high water.
  • Current flows south 2.5-4 hours before low water to 2.5 hours after low water.

LaConner Tides and Currents


 

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