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    Port of Everett News for the Week of February 10th

    Last updated 2 months ago

    Monday: A blend of snow and ice at the Port of Everett Marina over the weekend. Remember, please don’t move your boat when ice is present.

    Tuesday: Tuesday Trivia: What other things can our staff move with our 75-ton travelift at the marina?

    Wednesday: Answer: Concrete Navy Floats!

    Thursday: Boat show results are in! Attendance reached 51,684, up 2% over 2013 numbers, despite losing one day for the Seahawks to win the SUPERBOWL! Attendees came from 32 states, five Canadian provinces, and as far away as Sao Paulo, Brazil.

    Friday: Naval Station Everett will be participating in a National Security Exercise from Feb. 18-28 that will cause some gate closures, entrance delays, and increased traffic.

    Port of Everett News for the Week of February 3rd

    Last updated 2 months ago

    Tuesday: Beautiful day at the Port of Everett Seaport!

    Tuesday: Tuesday Trivia: Does anyone know what that big pile of concrete is going to be used for near Waterfront Center?

    Wednesday: Answer: That pile represents the concrete associated with about 11 old buildings located in and around the former Everett Shipyard Site. The pile is about 4,500 cubic yards, and the material is being recycled for use as engineered road base for the waterfront redevelopment. By recycling the material, it  will save the Port from having to buy road base, and it reduces our carbon footprint by keeping truck traffic off the roads!

    Thursday: Pigeon Creek Trail is closed for city repairs now through February 14. We are sorry for the inconvenience, especially since it is actually nice out. But, you can always come down and walk at the miles of waterfront walkway at our marina …

    Friday: Port Commissioner Troy McClelland selected as Secretary of the Washington Public Ports Association.

    Saturday: The long-awaiting historical interpretive program is now under construction at the Port of Everett Marina. Keep your eyes peeled for the ribbon cutting!

    Sunday: If you are looking for a venue for your next event, check out the Port of Everett’s Blue Heron Room at />  

    Port of Everett News for the Week of January 27th

    Last updated 2 months ago

    Tuesday: Paine Field is known for big things. Big factories, jetliners and TEAM SPIRIT! Paine Field has one of the largest 12th man presence in the region … stretching 300-feet tall and covering almost 2.5 acres!

    Wednesday: Port Commissioner Glen Bachman sending off a cargo ship that recently called the Port of Everett.

    Thursday: Don’t miss your opportunity to capitalize on the good deals at the 2014 Seattle Boat Show going on now thru Feb. 1!

    Friday: For the 5th year in a row, the Heroes Half Marathon and 10K race is coming back to the Port of Everett Marina on April 27, 2014. Get your running shoes on!

    Sunday: Good luck today Hawks!

    Port of Everett News for the Week of January 13th

    Last updated 3 months ago

    Monday: Liz Olson, who manages the human resources for the Port of Everett, was recognized by the United Way of Snohomish County for her efforts to raise more than $12,000 from Port employees and Commissioners.
    Tuesday: Tuesday Trivia: How many board feet does it take to fill a whole log ship?

    Wednesday: Answer: 5.2 million board feet of logs is considered a full log ship. Last Thursday, the first log ship of 2014 finished and departed to Asian markets.
    Thursday: Sad news to report that the long-time café in the South Marina, near Port Gardner Inn, has closed.

    Friday: It’s that time of year again! The Seattle Boat Show is Jan. 24-Feb. 2 (1st if the Seahawks make it into the Superbowl). Stop by our booth and check out our boating and storage specials.

    Port of Everett News for the Week of January 6th

    Last updated 3 months ago

    Monday: Check out the 2014 Port Side Newsletter and fill out the Port survey:


    Tuesday: Trivia: Tomorrow marks a transformational day for the Everett waterfront … can anyone guess what that is?

    Wednesday: Answer:  Today in 1997, Naval Station Everett welcomed its first aircraft carrier the USS Abraham Lincoln to the Port of Everett.

    Thursday: The Port of Everett loaded/unloaded 170 vessels in 2013! This is the most vessel calls the Port of Everett has seen since 2008.

    Friday: Happy Friday Boaters! The January/February Marina Newsletter is now available!

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