Cordova Harbor Facilities

Cordova's small boat harbor has a capacity of 850 boats, making it one of Alaska's largest single-basin harbors. Among the harbor's amenities are slips ranging in size from 17' up to 60' with slips available for all size vessels. Other amenities include 160' and 180' tidal grids, two launch ramps, vessel haul-out and storage, and gear storage. Also available are electricity, phones, potable water and fuel.

The port consists of three larger docks. The Municipal dock is Cordova's main commercial port facility. The dock's outside face is 408' with an average depth of 25'. The City Dock which is 300' is used primarily for transfer of light freight and gear. This dock is equipped with one-ton crane. The T-dock is 213' with a 50' dolphin and is used for moorage of the U.S.C.G. buoytender Sycamore.

The Harbor and Port Department has a staff of 6 fulltime employee and hires part-time employees during the busy summer season. The harbor is staffed seven days a week, 16 hours a day. The harbor office and staff stand by on VHF 16 and switch to VHF 68 as a working channel. Visiting boaters are asked to check in at the harbor office as soon as they get their vessel tied up at the dock to complete a registration form and pay any necessary fees


Alaska ferry vessel at ferry system dock Cordova

Fuel Dock at Orca Oil Company Cordova

Fishing vessel at Cordova City Dock