That level of trust needed as I entered the foreign-to-me business world was met quickly with Mike Esteb. My niece had done the preliminary research a couple years earlier in locating him. He met with me immediately and with absolutely no pressure and spent several hours with me familiarizing me with the process for selling my home. He suggested and lined up a contractor to remedy a possible dangerous decking situation at very minimal expense. I found him to be unusually conscious and sensitive, as a single woman, and I was not disappointed as we proceeded with the process. He steadily and patiently led me through my ignorance of the computer world as a non-local resident advertizing during the winter. It is easy to respond to Mike as a true friend, a gem through this elaborate process.
Harborview Marina sustained a catastrophic fire on August 31, 2005. 55 boats were damaged and 48 of those were sunk. Most of the boats were burned to the waterline.
It was rebuilt in 2007 and is now one of the nicest marinas in Gig Harbor. It is 1 of 4 covered marinas in Gig Harbor and there is only 1 other marina in Gig Harbor where boats slips are sold as condominium units.
Here is a map of the slips in the new marina:
Harborview Marina map
Address: 3219 Harborview Drive, Gig Harbor, WA 98335
Directions: SR-16- take City Center Exit. Make a Right at light and follow Pioneer Ave to bottom of hill. Take a left on Harborview Drive and follow to Marina on Right.
Slip size range: 3-23’ 15-34’; 26-40’; 1-44’; 4-46’
Amenities: Security gate, parking, private restroom, holding tank pump out at each slip, cable tv, covered moorage, water, power.
View: Bay, City & Sound
Waterfront: Lowbank, Bulkheaded, Bay, Protected Moorage, Individual moorage slips.