Our Port in a Storm!
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 330-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 of our facilities.
Seward Harbor was certified as the second Alaska Clean Harbor in 2012, and 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.
- Current City of Seward COVID-19 information
- 2020 Harbor Tariff
- USCG Update on VHF Outages
- SMIC Vessel Wash-Down Pad Rates and Rules
- Harbor Map
- 2020 Single Vessel PAX Report Form
- 2020 Multi Vessel PAX Report Form
Find other useful Harbor and Seward Marine Industrial Center (SMIC) documents on the Seward Harbor Documents Page
City of Seward Harbormaster's Office is now open for summer hours, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, seven days a week. Due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19, we're asking customers to enter the office one at a time and to wear a face covering. You can also pay your bill by mail, by using the drop box just to the right of the office doors, or by calling the office. If you have any questions about a bill, then please call us at (907) 224-3138 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Customers should be ready with:
- The 4 or 5 digit account number located on the upper left hand corner of your bill
- Balance owed on bill
- Credit card information