Go Big. Go Everett.
The Port of Everett Seaport, located 25 miles north of Seattle, is a natural deep-water, self-operating seaport that supports nearly $21 BILLION worth of U.S. exports annually, ranking as #2 export customs district in Washington state - #5 on the U.S West Coast.
The Port of Everett is the third largest container port in Washington state and is the region’s premier breakbulk cargo facility, handling high-value, conventional and overdimensional cargoes in support of the aerospace, construction, manufacturing, agriculture, energy and forest products industries. Most notably, the Port of Everett serves as an extension of the aerospace manufacturing process, accommodating all of the oversized aerospace parts for the 747, 767, 777, 777X and K-C Tanker programs.
The Port of Everett Seaport is situated on approximately 125 acres of land, offering facilities designed to import, export and store cargo for domestic and international shipments.
Our facilities include eight shipping berths including Pier 1 (North & South), Pier 3 (North & South), Pacific Terminal Wharf, Hewitt Terminal Wharf, South Terminal Wharf and Norton Terminal Wharf. The Port also operates a satellite barge-to-rail facility known as Mount Baker Terminal in south Everett to support movement of oversized aerospace containers.
Cargo Handling Capabilities & Equipment
The Port of Everett Seaport is your West Coast choice for transporting overdimensional, high and heavy cargoes. We specialize in handling various breakbulk and project cargoes. Our facilities offer the equipment, space and skill to handle your biggest cargo projects quickly and safely. We are equipped with container and mobile harbor cranes, yard equipment, on-dock rail, storage and more.
The Port of Everett Seaport is closer, connected and convenient. Our strategic location offers the closest shipping facilities between the Far East, Alaska and the Midwest, and are in close proximity to Western Canada.
Our sea, short sea, rail and heavy haul road connections meet your cargo needs with efficiency. Our facilities offer a direct connection between the Pacific Rim, Western Canada, the Midwest and the Northwest region via BNSF Railway’s mainline, tug and barge, and direct road connections via Interstates 5, 2, 90 and 84.
Maritime Service Providers
With more than a century of service in the shipping industry, the Port of Everett Seaport adds convenience to your cargo moves with a list of established maritime service providers ready to meet your shipping needs.
Whether you need to coordinate Canadian-bonded trucking or tug and barge services to on-site ship repair, survey work, TWIC escorts and much more; we've got you covered.
Port Access & Security
The Port of Everett, along with all other seaports in the United States, is subject to the Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA). Seaports that had always been open for the public to view commerce in action became secured at September 11, 2001, allowing only those with official business to gain access.The United States Coast Guard enforces security standards on all facilities receiving foreign vessels. Any visitor to the seaport must notify security 24 hours in advance, have a Transportation Worker Identification Credential or be escorted, and follow specific entry requirements as detailed below.