Marine Terminal

The Port or Anacortes Marine Terminal is a deep water port located between Seattle, Washington and Vancouver, British Columbia that services break bulk cargo, high and heavy projects and moorage services. The Marine Terminal consists of 3 centrally located piers with direct access to an established heavy haul route to the state highway system. With dock and upland laydown areas, the Marine Terminal is fully capable of being a valuable solution provider to meet your needs.

The primary use of Pier 1 supports Dakota Creek Industries and the housing of Port offices.  This pier features:

Depth: 23 ft. (7.01 m) MLLW
Length: 570 ft. (173.7 m)
Width: 63 ft. (19.2 m)
Live loads: 400 lbs./sq.ft.

Latitude/Longitude:
N 48° 31’ 19.0142” W 122° 36’ 45.7989”
N 48° 31.316903’ W 122° 36.760097’

Exporting dry bulk cargoes is the primary use of this facility. Short term moorage for barges and other vessels is also available. This pier features:

Depth: 37′ 6″ (11.43 m) MLLW ; Air Draft limitation of 39′
Length: 462 ft. (140.8 m); with dolphins 1,133 ft.
(345.3 m)
Live load: 750 lbs./sq.ft. – (3,700 kg/sq.m.)
Area: 13.47 acres (5.45 hectares)

  • Truck access
  • Truck wash facility
  • Stationary ship loader

Latitude/Longitude:
N 48° 31’ 19.7561” W 122° 36’ 28.3796”
N 48° 31.329268’ W 122° 36.472993’

Curtis Wharf is currently used as a working wharf and dock for commercial boats and ships. The site provides periodic vessel moorage to a range of users, including the US Navy, tenants staging project cargoes, and short term project assembly tenants. This pier features:

Depth: 24 ft. (7.3 m) MLLW
Length: 320 ft. (104.9m); with dolphins 480 ft.
Live load: 1200 lbs./sq.ft.
Area: 45,000 sq. ft.

  • Truck access

Latitude/Longitude:
N 48° 31’ 17.8119” W 122° 36’ 51.4766”
N 48° 31.296864’ W 122° 36.857944’

Vessel Berth Application

Rates/Tariff

For more information contact:

John Dumas
Director of Operations

Phone: (360) 299-1828
Cell: (360) 202-4314
Fax: (360) 293-9608
Email John Dumas