Tag: Port of Seattle

Impact & Regulations, Shipping

Port of Seattle: Additional funds approved for two more years of maritime innovation

August 12, 2020

Via: Offshore Energy

As explained, the port’s support will help advance economic recovery by offering a maritime accelerator initiative, hosting maritime blue forums and developing a prioritized strategic plan and budget for 2021-2022. The contract would be for two years at the rate […]

Travel & Public Transit

Port of Seattle shelves cruise terminal development amid COVID-19 uncertainties

April 30, 2020

Via: Offshore Energy

The cruise industry has been severely impacted by the pandemic especially on the back of the suspension of global sailings that have quashed cruise liners’ earnings. Global liners have predominantly had to postpone their sailings until June awaiting clearance from […]


Port of Seattle Calls Off First Two Cruises of 2020 Season

March 12, 2020

Via: World Maritime News

The said sailings were planned for April 1 and April 5. They were ‘port of call’ sailings, which means that the vessel makes a one-day stop in Seattle on its way to a different destination. “This region is in a […]

Infrastructure, Shipping

Port of Seattle One Step Closer to Being Big Ship Ready

October 19, 2016

Via: World Maritime News

The US Port of Seattle has taken another step toward the modernization of the cargo-handling facility at Terminal 5 as the port completed the environmental analysis and prepared the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) on the project. Being undertaken in an effort to […]