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Terminal 91

Features & Amenities | Moorage | Storage | Customer Information

Terminal 91 provides short-term and long-term moorage for fishing and commercial vessels, including factory trawlers, longliners, tugs, barges, ferries, research vessels, ships of state, cruise ships, and superyachts. 

Features & Amenities

  • Terminal 91 8,000 feet (2,438 meters) of moorage on a 152-acre (62 hectare) site
  • Concrete aprons, large laydown/staging areas
  • Marine repair/maintenance services nearby
  • Forklifts, gangways, and 200 Ton Pull Bitt
  • Third parties offer heavy-lift mobile cranes, derrick barges, and other equipment
  • Fish processing and cold storage on site
  • Bunker fuel can e delivered via barge
  • Hot work allowed with permit from Seattle Fire Department
  • On-terminal rail access to BNSF Railway and Union Pacific Railroad
  • Easy access to Interstates 5 and 90


  • Find detaled information about port rates, charges, rules, and regulations governing dockage, wharfage, handling, storage, handling of containers, equipment lease and other miscellaneous services in Terminal Tariff No. 5 
  • Make a Berth Reservation: Complete a reservation form and send it to or call 206-787-3751.


Outdoor storage space is available for commercial businesses.

Open Storage Rates
Location Monthly Rate
South of Magnolia Bridge $0.65 per sq. ft. + tax
North of Magnolia Bridge $0.40 per sq. ft. + tax

Location and boundaries must be prearranged in a location designated by the Port. Rate applies to a specific fixed location.

Staging Rates for Vehicles, Containers, and Rolling Stock
Duration Monthly Rate
Truck & Vehicle Staging for less than 30 days $84.25 per day per truck
Truck & Vehicle Staging for 30 days or more $272.75 per month + tax per truck

Daily staging must be prearranged and unit must be in a location designated by Port. See Terminal Tariff No. 5 for complete details. 

Contact the Maritime Operations office to reserve storage: or 206-787-3751.

Customer Information

    Maritime Operations staff contact information

    Best Management Practices (BMPs)



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