The Port of Seattle is a port district that runs Seattle's seaport and airport. Among its facilities are the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in SeaTac, Washington which the port owns and operates, and four public marinas; Shilshole Bay Marina, the Maritime Industrial Center and Fishermen's Terminal on Salmon Bay.
The port’s state of the art cargo handling facilities at Smith Cove, Elliott Bay, Harbor Island, and the Duwamish Waterway has helped the Port of Seattle rank in the top 10 busiest US seaports, serveing 22 international steamship lines and moving more than 2.1 million TEUs.
The Port of Seattle also controls recreational and commercial moorage facilities and two cruise ship terminals, Piers 91 and 66, with weekly sailings to Alaska and Canada.
Inchcape Shipping Services Seattle specialises in handling all types of vessel calls including, but not limited to; dry and wet bulk, break-bulk, ro-ro, military, container, project cargo and cruise vessels as well as crew logistics, ship spares (clearance/delivery to the vessel) and government services.
Our operations team works 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to ensure that all the needs and requirements of your ship are met promptly and professionally.
We recognise the importance of communication and with our real time reporting through POPDA, you will be able to track the exact movements of your ships port call.
Our local knowledge and expertise is unparalleled. With over 100 years of local experience, our team can provide you with accurate, up to date port information, an in-depth understanding of local customs and controlled costs through our close vendor relationships.