Boat ramp closed at Port of Poulsbo

  • Monday, February 8, 2021 6:17pm
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Port of Poulsbo's boat ramp is closed until repairs can be made. Carol Tripp/Courtesy photo

The boat ramp at the Port of Poulsbo is closed until further notice.

The ramp was closed Monday morning due the deteriorating surface condition making it hazardous for those pulling and launching their boats.

It was also causing surrounding floats to tilt, making it dangerous for other boaters to use.

“It has become too much of a liability to remain open,” Port Manager Carol Tripp said. “The only viable option is to close it until the proper repairs can be made.”

Repairs are estimated to take up to eight weeks.

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