Deep Water and Inland Seaports
Freight moves efficiently to and from seaports via major interstate highways and four inland railroad routes. The Port of Seattle is located closer to Asia than any other U.S. container port.
|Name of Seaport (Ownership Name)
||Maximum depth of waterway
||Maximum depth of berths
||# of large ship berths
||# of cranes for off-loading cargo
||Maximum lifting weight of largest crane
|Port of Pasco
|Port of Everett
|Port of Seattle
|Port of Tacoma
*with 1 for Ro-ro ships
**plus mobile cranes available to lift several tons, floating cranes available for several hundred tons.