Port of Seattle
For more than 100 years the Port of Seattle has supported fishing, seafood and maritime activities that generate more than 43,000 jobs in the Puget Sound region. The Port offers a wide range of fresh and saltwater moorage options for fishing boats and commercial vessels close to vendors, suppliers, and services.
Fishermen's Terminal - Fishermen's Terminal has been the home of the North Pacific fishing fleet since the facility opened for business in 1914. Today the terminal provides moorage for 400 commercial fishing vessels and workboats. It boasts a vast array of onsite and nearby services with a calm, freshwater environment to moor your boat.
Terminal 91 - Terminal 91 provides short-term and long-term moorage for fishing and commercial vessels, including factory trawlers, longliners, tugs, barges, ferries, research vessels, ships of state, military and commercial vessels for lay-up or idle status.