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Pacific Terminal

Pacific Terminal is the Port of Everett's primary container and breakbulk facility offering diverse cargo handling capabilities. 

features: 

  • Usable berth length 650-feet (198 meters)
  • Depth at pier -40 MLLW (-12 meters)
  • 100 feet X 650 apron (30 X 198 meters)
  • 15 acres paved and lighted yard space
  • Two, 40-ton gantry cranes
  • 100-ton and 150-ton mobile harbor cranes and other yard equipment 
  • 12,500 feet of terminal rail with direct BNSF Mainline access; locomotive pusher 

South Terminal

South Terminal is the Port of Everett's most modern facility supporting container, Ro/Ro, breakbulk and project cargoes. 

features: 

  • A 700-foot wharf berth (213 meters)
  • A 900-foot ro/ro berth (274 meters)
  • Depth at wharf -40 MLLW (-12 meters)
  • 110 feet X 700 apron (34 X 230 meters)
  • Two, 100-foot-gauge container cranes
  • 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 Mainline

Pier 1 North & South

Pier 1 is one of two finger piers available at the Port of Everett Seaport offering two ship and barge berths to its north and south sides. Both berths have a usable length of 600 feet to support containerized, breakbulk, ro/ro and forest product cargoes. Pier 1 is part of the Port’s adjacent Hewitt Terminal. 

features:

  • Two usable berths with lengths of 600 feet (182 meters) on each side
  • Depth at pier -40 MLLW (-12 meters)
  • 140 feet X 675 apron (43 X 213 meters)
  • 100-ton and 150-ton mobile harbor cranes and other yard equipment
  • Four rail spurs serve the 3,600-foot pier
  • 12,500 lineal feet of terminal rail; direct BNSF Mainline access; locomotive pusher
  • 36,000 square foot multipurpose warehouse facility with rail siding
  • 15 acres paved and lighted yard space

Pier 3 North & South

Pier 3 is one of two finger piers at the Port of Everett Seaport, offering ship berths of 650-feet on each side, with a total usable berth length of 1,300 feet. The pier accommodates general, breakbulk and project cargoes, forest products and bulk cement handling.

features:

  • Two usable berths with lengths of 650 feet (198 meters) on each side
  • Depth at pier -40 MLLW (-12 meters)
  • 120 feet X 750 apron (37 X 229 meters)
  • Paved concrete deck and piling
  • 15 acres paved and lighted yard space
  • 55,000-ton bulk cement storage dome (currently leased)

Mount Baker Terminal

Mount Baker Terminal is the Port of Everett’s satellite shipping facility located in South Everett. The pier services the Port of Everett’s regular aerospace cargo shipments between Japan and Everett. The Port of Everett Seaport accommodates all oversized, ocean-going components for the 747, 767, 777 and 777X airplane programs.

Mount Baker Terminal allows the Port and its partners to streamline the aerospace logistic chain, while reducing BNSF Railway shutdowns when transporting the oversized parts from the Port’s deep-water shipping terminals to nearby Paine Field Airport.

features:

  • Proximity to deep draft port
  • On-dock rail; direct access to BNSF Mainline
  • 50-ton, rail-mounted straddle gantry crane
  • Direct rail access to Paine Field 



Hewitt Terminal

Hewitt Wharf is located between the Port's Piers 1 and 3, and is adjacent to a 36,000 square foot upland warehouse. This facility is primarily used for shipyard work.

Features:

  • 1 berth, usable length 815 feet
  • Depth at wharf -25 MLLW
  • 45 feet X 815 feet apron (14 x 248 meters)
  • Paved concrete deck
  • 36,000 square foot warehouse facility (3,348 sq meters)

Norton Terminal

coming soon!
The Port of Everett's new Norton Terminal is on target to begin construction in the 2021 timeframe. This new terminal is the cornerstone of the Port’s Mills to Maritime initiative to create a new maritime hub to enhance the movement of maritime commerce and freight, restore jobs to the once former mill site and support cargo diversification. Plans for the site include construction of a 25-acre marine cargo terminal, and renovation and leasing of the existing 300,000 square foot warehouse.

Facility Stats

8 0
Shipping Berths
125 0 Acres
of Seaport Facilities
12,500 0 LF
On-Dock Rail
58,000 0 +
Covered Storage