South Terminal

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16 x 12 tractorThe Port of Everett’s South Terminal features a 700-foot wharf and is dredged to minus 40 feet mean low low water (MLLW). The terminal includes approximately 13 acres of lighted storage area, a marginal wharf constructed in 1977; and a concrete dolphin berth constructed in 1993, and expanded in 2013. With the recent upgrade the dolphin berth has 900-feet of usable length and is dredged to minus 40 feet MLLW. A 22,000 square foot partially enclosed transit shed is located on the wharf, and the terminal is served by a single rail line.

Features:

  • A 700-foot wharf berth (213 meters)
  • A 900-foot roll-on/roll-off berth (274 meters)
  • Depth at wharf -40 MLLW (-12 meters)
  • 110 feet X 700 apron (34 X 230 meters)
  • Paved concrete deck and pilings
  • 22,000 square feet of transit shed
  • 13 acres paved and lighted yard space
  • Terminal rail spur connects into BNSF’s mainline