Previous Next ProfilePhotosMapReviewsVideofill up with mid-grade, 89 octane Chevron Fuel or Diesel #2 with VALVTECT Premium Fuel Additive. Our 80 foot long fuel dock at the shoreline just south of the I-90 East Channel Bridge at Newport Yacht Basin in Bellevue is convenient and easily accessible for both gas and diesel fuel vessels. Our dock attendants will welcome you with lines and fenders already prepared for your fueling visit. We also carry oil, fuel conditioner, gear lube, and more. In addition to fueling, attendants can help boaters with tie up, and sell snacks, ice cream, ice and beverages. If no one on site, call the Fuel Attendant phone (206-856-5805) and an attendant will run out to assist you. This number is also posted on the dock. Hours of Operation Memorial Day to Labor Day: 8am – 8pm, 7-days a week Off Season: M-F: 8am to 4:30pm Sat: 9 to 3pm Sun: Closed Diesel Happy Hour – D.E.E.P. Now offering Diesel Happy Hour! Purchase premium grade diesel fuel with ValveTect additive at wholesale pricing on Lake Washington. Prices subject to change, and based on Diesel Fuel Pricing. Just visit our fuel dock between the hours of 8:00 am until 2:00 pm Monday through Thursday to receive this special discount. Current pricing* is as follows: seattle-boat-fuel-dock Loading... No Records Found Sorry, no records were found. Please adjust your search criteria and try again. Maps failed to load Sorry, unable to load the Maps API. Enter your locationGet Directions Travel modeDrivingWalkingBicyclingPublic Transport Distance unitsMilesKilometers 1 Review on “Seattle Boat Fuel Dock” Overall rating John Marston Post author Ice, sandwiches, sodas and drink (no wine or beer), but good to know there is fuel. July 12, 2017, 3:46 am Reply Leave a Review Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.Review text Select a rating Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ
1 Review on “Seattle Boat Fuel Dock”
Ice, sandwiches, sodas and drink (no wine or beer), but good to know there is fuel.