Senior Administrative Assistant
1300 4th Ave
P.O. Box 167
Ph: (907) 224-3138
Fx: (907) 224-7187
8am to 5pm 7 days a week
Channel 17 is monitored 8am to 10pm daily
Seward welcomes a variety of vessels that make up our commercial fishing fleet: long-liners, purse-seiners, and gill-netters. The area has over 100 charter fishing boats and a dozen tour boats to help you enjoy the Kenai Fjords National Park and beyond. We are the proud home port of the US Coast Guard Cutter Mustang and we routinely welcome members of the US Naval Fleet.
We are a full service port with 50-ton and 250-ton Travelifts, a 5,000 ton Syncrolift, vessel repair yards, potable water, power utilities, hardware stores, grocery stores, restaurants, hotels and many other amenities to meet every need.
Established in 1964, Seward’s Harbor has grown and continues to develop today.
Major renovation projects began in 2000 with the replacement of our aging float system and upgraded utilities. New floats, ramps, and fish cleaning stations have dramatically improved the accessibility to our facilities.
We constantly strive to maintain our status as one of the premier ports in the Pacific. We have a talented and dedicated staff, always ready to provide quality service through teamwork and continuous attention to detail.
Beginning May 1, 2014 transient (guest) moorage (monthly, semi-annual, or annual moorage) must be paid before the moorage begins. Moorage charges will no longer be based on a calendar month, but instead the moorage month will begin on the date the moorage is paid. Otherwise, the daily rate will be billed and must be paid before any discounted moorage is available.
Please visit these additional websites for more information:
Seward Harbor www.cityofseward.net/harbor
Seward Marine Industrial Center www.cityofseward.net/smic
2014 Harbor Tariff
Vessel Wash-Down Pad Rates & Rules (at SMIC)
Harbor parking information may be found under the Parks & Recreation Department link.