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Port of Seattle Purchases Salmon Bay Marina
Source: Port of Seattle News Release
December, 2017 – The Port of Seattle
Commission voted to purchase
Salmon Bay Marina, located on the Ship
Canal adjacent to the Port’s Fishermen’s
Terminal facility. The five acre property
contains five docks supporting 166 slips
measuring 6,547 lineal feet of moorage
on freshwater. The purchase price was $15,679,120.
There are a number of potential uses for the property, including light industrial facilities that could support maritime and manufacturing companies in the area.
“We applaud the Port of Seattle for purchasing and preserving this unique freshwater recreational boat facility,” said Peter Schrappen, Director of Government Affairs for the Northwest Marine Trade Association. “These assets are rare, and help maintain maritime and family-wage jobs.” More details here...
Upcoming Events Around the Sound:
Christmas Ship™ Festival
Nov. 24th - Dec. 3rd, 2017
The Festival is a ship-to-shore
holiday celebration that has
been a Northwest tradition since
The Spirit of Seattle, the Official
Christmas Ship™ is decorated with hundreds of shimmery white lights and sails to different Puget Sound waterfront communities – around 65 in all. More details here...