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    Port of Everett News For Week of 10 June 2013

    Last updated 10 months ago

    Today in 1949, an Everett-based commercial fishing vessel with eight crew members on board went down in the seas off Alaska. Lost in the accident were five people: pioneer skipper Nick Mardesich, his oldest son Tony Mardesich, Vincent Vlastelica of Everett and two other crewmen. Surviving the disaster were Nick’s three younger sons August, Nick Jr., and Joseph, and nephew Anton Mardesich.
    Last week, the Port Commission authorized staff to solicit bids for a large-scale signage program at the Marina District. The project should be coming online by late 2013. Here is what is on tonight’s Port Commission agenda:
    The volume of cargo coming through the Port of Everett seaport this year has more than doubled! Each week, the Port continues to see multiple ships that are supporting the growing economic activity in our region.
    Seas the Day Café located at Waterfront Center is now open seven days a week through the summer. Monday through Saturday 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Sunday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    Happy Flag Day! If you are down at the boat launch, stop by the new Mallard Snack Shack. This seasonal business will be open seven days a week now through the end of summer; and plans to open at 5 a.m. each morning.

    Port of Everett News for Week of 3 June 2013

    Last updated 10 months ago

    Tuesday, June 4 at 5 p.m. is the Port Commission's first meeting of the month. If you have time, stop by the waterfront for the meeting at 1205 Craftsman Way in the Blue Heron Room.
    Mark your calendars - Thursday, June 6 is the annual Marina Boat Auction! Click here for the list of auction items and location:
    Friday, June 7 is the start of Milltown Sailing Association's "Log Dodge" river boat races beginning at 6:30 p.m. Click here for details:
    The seaport again will have a busy week loading and unloading ships carrying cargoes that supports the manufacturing and energy industries.
    Join us Saturday, June 8 for National Marina Day events at the Port of Everett Marina from 10 to 2 p.m.! Click here for event details:

    Port of Everett News For Week of 27 May 2013

    Last updated 10 months ago

    In honor of Memorial Day, the Port of Everett’s administrative offices are closed. The marina will be operating as usual for the holiday weekend, and our seaport will be working ships, but not accepting cargo.

    Tuesday, the 137-foot schooner Adventuress arrives at the South Visitor Dock near Anthony’s. The ship will offer dockside tours from 4-7pm on Friday, May 31. Please check for full details.

    Wednesday, the fuel dock will be closed from 9 a.m. to noon for regular maintenance to the fuel lines. We appreciate your patience during this time.

    Earlier this month, the Governor signed into law a transportation package, which includes $900,000 for a rail bank loan for the Port of Everett’s seaport. The loan will be used to reconstruct an aging spur at our South Terminal to support our new roll-on/roll-off cargo dock. The loan was made possible by the great leadership of Sens. Nick Harper, Steve Hobbs and Reps. Marko Liias and Mike Sells.

    A wave of activity has come through the Port of Everett’s seaport the last two weeks! We’ve had a log ship, aerospace cargoes, farm equipment arriving on-site via rail for export, and other cargoes that support the oil and gold mining industries.

    Join us for National Marina Day at the Port of Everett Marina on Saturday, June 8 from 10 to 2 p.m.! Activities, boat rides, resources, seminars and more! Click here for more details:

    Start of the Everett Farmers Market 20th Season! The market is held at the Port of Everett Marina from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Sunday through October 6.

    Port of Everett News for Week of 20 May 2013

    Last updated 11 months ago

    The Endangered Seaport: Seaports face major transportation funding investment challenges in the coming years.

    Last week, the Port of Everett Commission awarded $15,000 in community sponsorships to the Fourth of July Festival, Mukilteo Lighthouse Festival, Liquid Arts Festival, Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame and the Mukilteo School Foundation.

    Wednesday, May 22nd is Naval Station Everett’s annual base-wide disaster training exercise. Click here for more details:

    On May 14, the Port Commission awarded Clearcreek Construction with a $1.8 million contract to clean-up the former Everett Shipyard upland site. Work is expected to begin in July, with completion in early 2014. Click here for more details:

    Beginning June 1, the boat launch fee will increase to $9, and the seasonal parking fee will be extended to include Thursday. Click here for details on our rates and fees:

    Port of Everett News For Week of 13 May 2013

    Last updated 11 months ago

    Recently, Port of Everett staff underwent Hazmat training to ensure a quick and efficient response in the event of an oil spill at the marina.

    Tuesday night (5/14) is the Port of Everett’s second Port Commission meeting of the month. If you don’t have time to attend, you can always listen to a podcast of the meeting by clicking here:


    The Port of Everett seaport is really making waves! In the first four months of the year, we are already up 12 ship calls over last year at this time. Did you know that 40% of all jobs in Washington State are tied to trade?

    Gov. Inslee has included the Port of Everett’s roll-on/roll-off dock in his strategy for landing the 777X program in Everett. The Port of Everett handles all the oversized parts of the 747, 767 and 777 airplane programs. Click here to read more about the Governor’s strategy:


    Today in History: 1895 was the first formal reference of the Everett Yacht Club. The newspaper article reported that the first three boats in the Everett Yacht Club fleet were headed to Victoria, British Columbia to participate in the regatta for the Queen of England’s Birthday. The Port of Everett wasn’t formed until 1918.


    In two weeks, the Sunday Farmers Market opens for its 20th year!

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