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The public boat launch in Homer is located on the Homer Spit in the Homer Small Boat Harbor. Homer Small Boat Harbor is a great backdrop for many vacations and has all of the necessary pieces to be the starting point for something really great.

Homer Spit Small Boat Harbor

Small Boat Harbor on the Homer Spit in Homer Alaska

Homer's small boat harbor is a bustling centerpiece of activity nearly all year long. Summers are filled with tourists heading out on adventurous day cruises, over night explorations, and yes, lots of excited anglers in pursuit of those giant Alaskan halibut and the ocean fresh salmon and ling cod fishing available from Homer too.

Charter services line the beaches along the Homer Spit offering everything from scenic tours of Kachemak Bay to dinner cruises to the Saltry Restaurant in Halibut Cove. There are options for ferry transportation to Seldovia, and half, full and overnight fishing trips thrive in the frenzy of fishermen in pursuit of the trophy halibut found in Cook Inlet.

There is plenty of parking at the Homer Boat Harbor. Down by the boat launch the parking situation has been well planned out to maximize the space making parking a non issue for boaters.

Motor up to the docks and tie up for a bite to eat at one of the restaurants along the shores of the Homer boat harbor. Homer boat harbor transient moorage temporary areas are designated by a yellow colored bullrail and are on a "first-come, first served" basis.