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  • Port of Anacortes
    As much park as public marina, our 1,100 slip boat haven is an adventure all its own. With a large commercial fishing fleet, waterfront dining, public access to docks, and two beautiful parks close-by, Cap Sante Boat Haven is a boat lover's paradise. Our tenants help you play as well. With chartered cruises from our marina, private flights from our airport and Washington State ferries from our Ship Harbor site, we help round out your waterfront adventure. The exceptional depth of water, the easy approach from the Pacific and the customized services available from our experienced staff, positions the Port as an excellent facility through which to ship. We are committed to meeting the demands of the shipping industry by providing skilled workers, modern equipment and convenient access to goods and services. Anacortes, Washington
    http://www.portofanacortes.com/
    (Added: Tue Dec 21 2004) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port of Bellingham
    On September 14, 1920, the Port of Bellingham was established. From a beginning focused mainly on increasing shipping at the Bellingham waterfront, the port has expanded into a multi-purpose entity with operations in both Bellingham and Blaine. The economic opportunities the port has created throughout Whatcom County include shipping, an airport, and selling and leasing land for commercial use. In recent decades, the port has taken an aggressive role in cleaning and restoring Bellingham's waterfront, so it can be enjoyed by all. Bellingham, Washington
    http://www.portofbellingham.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port of Benton
    Our purpose is to foster economic development, trade and tourism by providing quality infrastructure and multimodal transportation at a variety of sites. Richland, Washington
    http://www.portofbenton.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port of Everett
    The Port of Everett is a natural deep-water port located 25 miles north of Seattle on the Puget Sound. It is one of two Ports in Snohomish County; along with the Port of Edmonds. The Port of Everett Marina offers a great jumping off point for the San Juan Islands. We offer competitive pricing and excellent amenities for both in-water and upland moorage. We are home to the largest public marina on the West Coast with 2,300 slips. The marina is protected by Jetty Island, a man-made beach, and offers more than 5,000 lineal feet of guest moorage strategically located around restaurants and activities throughout the marina. The Port of Everett, located just 25 miles north of Seattle is a natural deep-water port that specializes in handling overdimensional, high value cargoes for the construction and manufacturing industries, and is a vital link for the local aerospace industry. Everett, Washington
    http://www.portofeverett.com/
    (Added: Mon Dec 09 2013) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port of Friday Harbor
    The Port of Friday Harbor is owned by the citizens of San Juan Island. Our properties include the Marina, Friday Harbor Airport, and Jackson Beach and Boat Launch. These public facilities were developed by our community to provide for air and water transportation and recreation for our residents and visitors. Our prime directive is to strive to maintain a healthy economy with family wage jobs, and to improve the social, economic and natural environments of the island. Friday Harbor, San Juan Islands in northwest Washington
    http://www.portfridayharbor.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port of Grays Harbor
    Our Mission: To best utilize our resources to facilitate, enhance and stimulate international trade, economic development and tourism for the betterment of the region. Aberdeen, Washington
    http://www.portofgraysharbor.com/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port of Kalama
    Port of Kalama offers all the superior facilities your business needs to thrive, and a quality of life without compare. We offer shovel ready sites, move-in ready industrial buildings, recreational activities, state of the art Marine Terminals and our transportation accessibility is excellent. The Port operates a 222-slip marina and is home to a recreational facility alongside the Columbia River, which includes a scenic boardwalk and view decks beside the boat harbor, walking and biking paths, playgrounds, covered picnic shelters and the largest totem pole in the Pacific Northwest. Public beaches are a favorite for swimming, windsurfing, fishing and just relaxing. Kalama, Washington
    http://portofkalama.com/
    (Added: Tue Dec 21 2004) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port of Olympia
    The mission of the Port of Olympia is to create economic opportunities by connecting Thurston County to the world by air, land and sea. From the commercial center at NewMarket Industrial Campus and the diversified specialty Marine Terminal to the vibrant Swantown Marina and Boatworks and the strategically located Olympia Regional Airport, the Port of Olympia is committed to fostering economic growth of the South Puget Sound region and serving the needs of global customers. Swantown Marina & Boatworks offers moorage, storage, repair services, and a wide range of amenities. Olympia, Washington
    http://www.portolympia.com/
    (Added: Sun Nov 15 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port of Port Angeles
    The port is a complex enterprise that operates, manages, and makes capital investments in four lines of business: marine facilities, marinas, airports, and industrial properties. These businesses include four marine terminals, two airports, two marinas, three industrial business parks, and several other industrial and commercial properties. In addition to its business responsibilities, the port also plays an important role in the redevelopment of industrial properties county-wide. The Port of Port Angeles is the first full-service port available to ships coming into the Strait of Juan de Fuca, en route to the Puget Sound and points north. Three deep-water marine terminals (T-1, T-3 and T-7) can accommodate a variety of vessel types and can handle and store forest products, containers and heavy-lift project cargo. The port also owns terminals used for ferry service and other marine-related activities. Port Angeles, Washington
    http://www.portofpa.com/
    (Added: Thu Feb 25 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port of Seattle
    The Port of Seattle offers four locations to meet your needs. Bell Harbor Marina on Pier 66 offers daily, hourly, and monthly moorage at the heart of Seattle 's downtown waterfront. Fishermen's Terminal in Seattle has freshwater guest and monthly moorage available for recreational vessels. Harbor Island Marina has permanent freshwater moorage for up to 80 boats. Shilshole Bay Marina is the undisputed sailing center of the Northwest and a favorite choice for sailboaters and powerboaters alike. Guest and monthly moorage are available. The Port of Seattle is an economic development and international trade resource for customers all over the world. Our facilities comprise The Green Gateway for sustainable cargo transshipment, offering the lowest carbon footprint for marine cargo shipped from Asia to the Midwest. We provide fast, convenient and reliable access to global markets via a network of transportation and information systems. The seaport is made up of 1,543 acres of waterfront land and nearby properties including container terminals, general purpose/cargo terminals, foreign trade zone, break-bulk cargo and refrigerated cargo and storage. Seattle, Washhington
    http://www.portseattle.org/
    (Added: Tue Dec 21 2004) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port of Skagit
    The Port of Skagit leads efforts to build a strong economy in Skagit County while valuing the area's natural assets and quality of life. Conveniently located in Northwest Washington's fertile Skagit Valley, found midway between the metropolitan areas of Seattle, Washington, and Vancouver, British Columbia, the Port of Skagit owns and operates three key facilities: the Skagit Regional Airport, the Bayview Business Park and the La Conner Marina. Combined, the port's three facilities are home to more than 80 businesses that employ some 1,100 workers in sustainable household wage jobs, and we still have plenty of room to grow. The La Conner Marina is a premier destination for recreational boaters, commercial fishers and marine-related businesses and manufacturers. Bay View, Washington
    http://www.portofskagit.com/
    (Added: Thu Feb 25 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Port of Willapa Harbor
    The Port of Willapa Harbor welcomes you! Our website was developed to provide visitors with information about the Port, its facilities, services, and surrounding community. Whether you are searching for a new business location, seeking information about business opportunities in North Pacific County, want to contact the Port's existing tenants, or are simply interested in what the Willapa Harbor area has to offer, we hope this collection of text and photographs will be of assistance. Raymond, Washington
    http://www.portofwillapaharbor.com/
    (Added: Sun Nov 09 2014) - Report this link as bad!
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