Haines Harbor Facilities

Wharves.–The piers and wharves at Haines are on the W and SW shores of Portage Cove and on the S shore of Lutak Inlet.

(101) Klukwan Forest Products, Haines Dock (59°13'42"N., 135°25'53"W.): SW shore of Portage Cove; offshore mooring platform with 220 feet of berthing space; 33 feet reported alongside; deck height, 24 feet; two 6-inch pipelines extend from wharf to 6 steel storage tanks located at rear; owned and operated by Klukwan Forest Products Dock.

(102) City of Haines, Port Chilkoot Wharf (59°13'47"N., 135°26'04"W.):NW of Klukwan Forest Products Dock: 150-foot face; 40 feet reported alongside; total berthing space with dolphins, 850 feet; deck height, 24 feet; pipelines extend to tanks at rear; receipt of petroleum products; owned by the City of Haines and operated by the City of Haines and Harbor Enterprises, Inc.

(103) City of Haines, Municipal Dock (59°17'01"N., 135°27'55"W.): NW of P.O.L. Dock; 750-foot face; 23 feet alongside; deck height, 25 feet; water and electricity; 4 acres open storage; receipt and shipment of containerized, conventional, and roll-on/roll-off general cargo; receipt of petroleum products and shipment of logs; owned by the City of Haines and operated by Klukwan Forest Products, Alaska Marine Lines, Totem Oil Co, and the City of Haines.

(104) Alaska Marine Highway System, Haines Ferry Terminal: E 250 feet of the Lutak Dock and Transfer Bridge; 23 to 25 feet alongside; 35-ton adjustable transfer bridge; passengers and vehicles;vehicles; operated by the State of Alaska. In June 1979, a shoal with a least depth of 7½ feet was just off the W side of the terminal ramp. (CP8)

PORTAGE COVE HARBOR

Location: West side, Chilkoot Inlet, Portage Cove, south of foot of Main Street extended, Haines.
Purpose: Mooring commercial vessels and recreational craft.
Owner: State of Alaska.
Operator: City of Haines.
Waterway: Chilkoot Inlet
Latitude (decimal): 59 14.03 N
Longitude (decimal): 135 26.4 W
Phone: 907-766-2448
Depth Alongside (feet): 14 14 14
Total Berthing Space (feet):
Datum: MLLW
Remarks: Connecting Float A has 24-foot stalls. Float E is 248- by 8-foot with 40-foot stalls; Float F extends from
south side of Float E and is 120- by 8-foot. Harbor is formed by stone breakwaters on north and east si
16-foot, timber grid is located at rear of connecting float on north side of harbor. One 200- by 16-foot
launch ramp is located west of grid. Small Boat Harbor has berthing space for approximately 200
vessels.
Corps of Engineers Waterway Code 94963 Dock Code: 105 Year of Last Survey:1995 Alaska District
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LETNIKOF COVE FLOAT

The State-maintained seasonal small-craft floats are across the cove from the support facility. The 500 feet of floats have a 4-day limit, and a surfaced boat-launching ramp is 55 yards NW of the floats.

Location: East side, Chilkat Inlet, northeast shore of Letnikof Cove, Haines.
Purpose: Mooring commercial vessels and recreational craft.
Owner: State of Alaska.
Operator: City of Haines.
Waterway: Chilkat Inlet
Latitude (decimal): 59 10.46 N
Longitude (decimal): 135 08.515 W
Phone: 907-766-2448
Depth Alongside (feet): 20 - 40 20 - 40 20 - 40
Total Berthing Space (feet): 504 95 252
Datum: MLLW
Remarks: Inner and outer 152-foot section is 6 feet wide. At time of survey, inner 100-foot section had been removed. Launch ramp is located at north side. Parking area is located at rear.
Corps of Engnrs Waterway Code: 94963 Dock Code: 102 Year of Last Survey: 1995 Alaska District

HAINES PACKING CO. WHARF

Location: East side, Chilkat Inlet, south shore of Letnikof Cove, Haines.
Haines County: Haines
Purpose: Mooring, fueling, icing, and repairing company-owned fishing vessels; handling supplies and equipment.
Owner: Haines Packing Co.
Operator: Haines Packing Co.
Waterway: Chilkat Inlet
Latitude (decimal): 59 10.33 N
Longitude (decimal): 135 23.36 W
Phone: 907-766-2828
Depth Alongside (feet): 20 - 22 12 - 20 20
Total Berthing Space (feet): 133 - 624 - 100
Datum: MLLW
Remarks: One 6-inch, screw-conveyor is used for icing fishing boats. Marine railway located on south side at
rear handles fishing boats to 36 feet in length on 20- by 8-foot cradles; boats can be transferred to
either si repair plant at rear, including carpenter, and machine shops, is used for repairing companyowned
fishing vessels. Fueling pipelines on float extend from three steel storage tanks located in rear,
total capacity 425.

MUNICIPAL DOCK

750-foot face; 23 feet alongside; deck height, 25 feet; water and electricity; 4 acres open storage; receipt and shipment of containerized, conventional, and roll-on/roll-off general cargo; receipt of petroleum products and shipment of logs; owned by the City of Haines and operated by Klukwan Forest Products, Alaska Marine Lines, Totem Oil Co, and the city of Haines.

Location: West side, Chilkoot Inlet, south shore of Lutak Inlet, approximately 1.3 miles northwest of Tanani Point Haines County: Haines
Purpose: Receipt and shipment of containerized, conventional, and roll-on/roll-off general cargo; receipt of petroleum products; and shipment of logs.
Owner: City of Haines.
Operator: City of Haines; Klukwan Forest Products, Inc; Alaska Marine Lines; and Totem Oil Co.
Latitude (decimal): 59 16.96 N
Longitude (decimal): 135 27.94 W
Railway Connection: None.
Phone: 907-766-2448/22
Depth Alongside (feet): 12 | 23
Total Berthing Space (feet): 750 | 240
Datum: MLLW
Remarks: Face of wharf is contiguous and in line with PWD Ref. No. 176. Approximately 4 acres of unpaved, open storage area are located at rear. Totem Oil Co.: Four 6-inch pipelines extend from wharf to 14 steel storage tanks located at rear, total capacity 77,000 barrels.

PORT CHILKOOT WHARF

NW of Klukwan Forest Products Dock: 150-foot face; 40 feet reported alongside; total berthing space with dolphins, 850 feet; deck height, 24 feet; pipelines extend to tanks at rear; receipt of petroleum products; owned by the City of Haines and operated by the City of Haines and Harbor Enterprises, Inc. (CP8)

Location: West side, Chilkoot Inlet, Portage Cove, foot of Portage Street, Haines.
Haines County: Haines
Purpose: Receipt of petroleum products; mooring cruise vessels.
Owner: City of Haines.
Operator: City of Haines and White Pass Alaska.
Latitude (decimal): 59°13'47"N
Longitude (decimal): 135°26'04"W
Phone: (907) 766-2338
Depth Alongside (feet): 40 - 46
Total Berthing Space (feet): 850
Datum: MLLW
Remarks: White Pass Alaska: Three 6-inch pipelines extend from wharf to 6 steel storage tanks located at rear, total capacity 25,600 barrels.

HAINES FERRY TERMINAL DOCK

Alaska Marine Highway System, Haines Ferry Terminal: E 250 feet of the Lutak Dock and Transfer Bridge; 23 to 25 feet alongside; 35-ton adjustable transfer bridge; passengers and vehicles; vehicles; operated by the State of Alaska. In June 1979, a shoal with a least depth of 7½ feet was just off the W side of the terminal ramp. (CP8)

State of Alaska, Haines Ferry Terminal Dock.
Location: West side, Chilkoot Inlet, south shore of Lutak Inlet, approximately 1.2 miles northwest of Tanani Point
Haines County: Haines
Purpose: Landing for passenger and vehicular ferry.
Owner: State of Alaska.
Operator: State of Alaska, Department of Transportation and Public Facilities.
Latitude (decimal): 59 16.9 N
Longitude (decimal): 135 27.7 W
Phone: 907-766-2111
Depth Alongside (feet): 23 - 25
Total Berthing Space (feet): 640
Datum: MLLW
Remarks: Face of bulkhead is contiguous and in line with PWD Ref. No. 177.