You have plenty of anchorages
with so much space that length doesnít matter. I didnít use mooring
balls myself in the PNW, always dropped the hook or docked once in a while, but from what I saw I would think there are several mooring
fields with room for larger boats, but I donít know whether it might be a strength issue rather than a space issue. I didnít see many mooring balls in BC and AK. Maybe there were some close to a couple big towns in BC but out in the boonies there arenít any, at least not where I went.
From a docking
perspective you should find berths in most marinas
, certainly for up to 50í everywhere and even 60í or more in most places. In the boonies what you find is usually a single dock
to which you go alongside and you just use whatever lenght of it that your boat
But again, except for nature reserves where the use of docks or mooring balls is mandatory, I believe anchoring
is the way to go.