Fishermen's Terminal News
Fishermen's Terminal Newsletter
Report: Alaskan Industries' Economic Impact on Puget Sound
The Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce released a study that finds Alaska’s economic impact on the Puget Sound region continues to grow. Ties that Bind: The Enduring Economic Impact of Alaska on the Puget Sound Region, with research conducted by the McDowell Group, found that Alaska accounted for approximately 113,000 direct, indirect and induced jobs in the six-county region in 2013, and that these jobs generated $6.2 billion in wages. Read the announcement at Seattle Metro Chamber's website.
Free Bait from NSF
Fishermen's Terminal tenant NSF is offering free bait to fishermen on an ongoing basis. View the flier here.
Maritime 101: A Celebration of a Five Star Working Waterfront
The Newspapers In Education section in The Seattle Times provides an inside look at the maritime industry. From fishing and shipping to the cruise and passenger boat industries, Seattle has always been a maritime community. Our maritime industry is rooted in our rich history of timber production, our location as a trade hub, and our proximity to some of the world's most productive fisheries. The Times insert provides information on the maritime industry's economic impact, profiles local maritime companies, highlights environmental commitments, and lists upcoming events to celebrate Seattle's maritime heritage. View the insert here.
Got a Whale of a Tale?
Register today to share your story, poem, or song at this year's Stories of the Sea event taking place at our very own Highliner Public House as part of the Seattle Maritime Festival! View the event flier for more information and to sign-up.
Free 2015 Events at Port of Seattle Marinas
Click here to download the Free 2015 Events at Port of Seattle Marinas flier.
Construction Project Updates
There are several construction projects happening at Fishermen’s Terminal and the Maritime Industrial Center including:
- Net Shed Code Compliance
- C-15 HVAC Replacement
Subscribe to the quarterly Fishermen's Terminal newsletter for more details.
If you have questions on any of these projects or would like more information, please call Fred Chou, Seaport Project Manager at (206) 787-3217.
Fishermen's Terminal 25-Year Plan Updates
Stakeholder outreach activities are ongoing for the Fishermen's Terminal 25-year plan. When finished, the plan will address the adequacy of the upland buildings and yards as well as opportunities to improve them.
At the outset the planning process staff held a customer open house and conducted a series of interviews with fishing moorage tenants. This led to an initial assessment of customer needs. The finalized version of the report has been posted to the project website.
Throughout the study there will be opportunities to get involved. The project website provided above allows you to submit an email address in order to receive project updates and reminders of meetings. You may also contact project manager Joseph Gellings at (206) 787-3368 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Net Sheds Available
Upstairs lockers are now available. Level concrete floors, 350 sq ft, 1-ton hoist with pallet forks and pallet jack provides for easy access. Sign up in the office for downstairs locker wait list.
Office & Other Space Available
We have multiple spaces available. For more information please contact Rebecca Schwan (206) 787-3713 or email@example.com
- 175 sq. ft. of office space located in the Fishermen’s Center Building on the 2nd floor available for sublease.
- 809 sq. ft. of office space located on the first floor of the West Wall Building. Water views. Available for sublease.
- 2,034 sq. ft. of second floor office space located in the Fishermen’s Center Building available for lease.
- 1,448 sq. ft. of second floor office space located in the A-1 Building at the Maritime Industrial Center. View of the Ship Canal.