9/365 Today the River and hillsides are shrounded in fog. The fishing boats that are often out at sea, are floating quietly in their moorage. Except for a lone vocal sea gull, there was little sound coming from the East Basin Marina. The East Basin Marina in the Port of Astoria, is located 15.6 miles up the mouth of the Columbia River. Home to much of Astoria's fishing fleet, the East Basin Marina has 82 slips, many available for seasonal guest moorage. The Marina has a 1300' x 42' long pier which serves as a breakwater and a fine fishing spot for anglers. Between 1941 and 1945 the U.S. government used the Port of Astoria throughout World War II. As the War was winding down in 1945, plans were put into motion to build the East Basin Marina. Since that time, the Basin and Port of Astoria have continued to grow and meet the challenges of times and life along the River at the gateway to the Pacific Ocean.
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