Port of Bandon

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Port of Bandon
Port of Bandon (Bandon, Oregon).jpg
Location
Country United States
Location Bandon, Oregon
Coordinates 43°07′16″N 124°24′57″W / 43.12113°N 124.41596°W / 43.12113; -124.41596Coordinates: 43°07′16″N 124°24′57″W / 43.12113°N 124.41596°W / 43.12113; -124.41596
Details
General Manager Gina Dearth[1]
Commission

Five Commissioners:

  • Robert S. Miller III, President
  • Donny Goddard, Vice President
  • Reg Pullen, Treasurer
  • Wayne Butler
  • Rick Goche [1]
Website
www.portofbandon.com

The Port of Bandon is the port authority for Bandon Harbor in the city of Bandon, Oregon, United States. The port has full marina facilities for boat launching and sport fishing. It also serves as a waypoint stopover for commercial fishing and recreation vessels, and has a scenic boardwalk with a nature pathway and observation areas.[2] The United States Coast Guard operates Search and Rescue Detachment Coquille River in Bandon Harbor in the summer and on halibut season weekend openers in the spring, and is equipped with a 47-foot motor life boat and crew.[3][4]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Port of Bandon Administration". Retrieved July 3, 2010. 
  2. ^ Bandon, Oregon Community Profile Retrieved December 3, 2008.
  3. ^ "Group North Bend Units". United States Coast Guard. Retrieved December 3, 2008. 
  4. ^ "Coast Guard". Port of Bandon. Retrieved November 23, 2010. 

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