The Seward Marine Industrial Center (SMIC) is located on the eastern side of Resurrection Bay, approximately 6 miles (by road) from the City of Seward, Alaska. The area encompasses 15 square miles along the coast, with direct access to the Gulf of Alaska and the ice-free Port of Seward.
The SMIC basin is dredged to an approximate depth of -21 feet MLLW, while the depth adjacent to the North Dock is -25 feet MLLW.
The Seward Marine Industrial Center offers upland storage and maintenance/repair areas for vessels. SMIC also has a 330-ton Marine TraveLift, run by the City of Seward, and a 5,000-ton Syncrolift, privately run by JAG Industrial. There are several acres of land which are available for lease through the City of Seward. The area is open for business 365 days a year with a range of private businesses available for marine services and supply.
- SMIC Uplands Development Study - October 2016
- SMIC Strategic Work Session Study & Harbor Improvements Phase I Site Plan - January 2016
Find more information about the 330-ton Travelift and other SMIC facilities here