Kodiak Harbor Facilities

ST. PAUL HARBOR

Kodiak St. Paul Small Boat Harbor, Floats A - D.

Location: Northerly shore, St. Paul Harbor, Small Boat Harbor, southwest of the intersection of Shelikof Street and 403 Marine Way. Kodiak County: Kodiak
Phone: 907/486-8080
Depth Alongside (feet): 12 12 12
Datum: MLLW
Remarks: Float A is 400- by 10-foot, with 32-foot stalls. One 120- by 22-foot, tidal grid is located at southwest side of basin. Small Boat Harbor has berthing space for 222 vessels. Entrance to harbor is 200 feet wide.
Corps of Engnrs Alaska District Waterway Code: 95351
Dock Code: 418
Year of Last Survey: 1994

Kodiak St. Paul Small Boat Harbor, Dock Nos. 1 and 2.

Location: Northerly side, St. Paul Harbor, south side of Small Boat Harbor, Kodiak. 403 Marine Way.
Purpose: Handling supplies and equipment for fishing vessels.
Owner: State of Alaska. Operator: City of Kodiak.
Latitude (decimal): 57 47.2 N Longitude (decimal): 152 24.5 W
Phone: 907/486-8080 Depth Alongside (feet): 8 12
Total Berthing Space (feet): 180 242
Remarks: One 224- by 24-foot, tidal grid is located at northeast side of basin between the docks. One 104- by 16-foot, launching ramp is located south of grid.
Corps of Engnrs Alaska District Waterway Code: 95351
Dock Code: 419
Year of Last Survey: 1994

 

ST. HERMAN HARBOR

Kodiak St. Herman's Small Boat Harbor, Floats E - M.

Location: St. Paul Harbor, between Uski Island and Near Island, south of Small Boat Harbor, Kodiak. 403 Marine Way.
Purpose: Mooring commercial vessels and recreational craft.
Owner: State of Alaska. Operator: City of Kodiak.
Latitude (decimal): 57 46.87 N Longitude (decimal): 152 24.5W
Phone: 907/486-8080
Depth Alongside (feet): 30 30 30
Datum: MLLW
Remarks: Floats H and I are 208- by 28-foot, with 40-foot stalls; Float J is 464- by 10-foot, with 40-foot stalls; Float K is 576- by 10-foot, with 64-foot stalls; Float L is 598- by 12-foot, with 85- and 64-foot stalls; 12- foot, with 100- and 85-foot stalls. Small Boat Harbor has berthing space for 255 vessels. Plans called for the construction of a new rubblemound breakwater at south side of harbor, providing mooring for an additional hundred thirty 90-foot and forty-eight 42-foot vessels, and an additional entrance.
Corps of Engnrs Waterway Alaska District Code: 95351
Dock Code
: 420
Year of Last Survey: 1994

KODIAK CITY FLOAT

City of Kodiak, Transient Float: 200 yards E of the Ferry Terminal; 425 feet of berthing space on each side; 28 to 30 feet alongside; deck height, 1½ feet; mooring transient vessels;owned by the State and operated by the City of Kodiak.
Berthing assignments at the transient float are made by the harbormaster; his office is on the NE side of the small-boat harbor.

KODIAK CITY PIER 1

State of Alaska, Kodiak Ferry Terminal, City Pier No. 1

Location: Northerly side, Kodiak Harbor, approximately 1,500 feet northeast of Small Boat Harbor, foot of Center A. 204-foot face; 28 feet alongside; deck height, 19 feet; landing for passenger and vehicular ferry; receipt of petroleum products; bunkering vessels; pipelines extend from wharf to storage tanks in rear, total capacity 41,700 barrels; owned by the City of Kodiak and operated by the Petro Marine Services, Inc. 100 Marine Way.
Purpose: Landing for passenger and vehicular ferry; receipt of petroleum products; fueling vessels.
Owner: City of Kodiak.
Operator: State of Alaska, Department of Transportation and Public Facilities; and Petro Marine
Latitude (decimal): 57 47.21 N Longitude (decimal): 152 24.168 W
Phone: (907) 486-3421
Depth Alongside (feet): 28
Total Berthing Space (feet): 204
Datum: MLLW

Remarks: Ferries operate to Homer, Seward, Port Lions, and Chignik, Alaska. Petro Marine Services: Two 6-and three 4-inch pipelines extend from wharf to 12 steel storage tanks on opposite side of Marine Way in rear, total 42,400 barrels. One 3- and one 1 1/2-inch, fueling lines serve wharf. Vessels moored at the Ferry Terminal must be attended by a crew member at all times and be capable of moving on notice. No vessel may moor at the wharf when the amber light on top of the terminal building is flashing.
Dock Code: 424
Year of Last Survey: 1994 Corps of Engnrs Waterway Alaska District Alaska

Alaska Marine Highway Web Site

Kodiak Terminal Web Site

ALASKA FRESH SEAFOODS

Alaska Fresh Seafoods, Kodiak Dock.

Location: Northerly side, Kodiak Harbor, approximately 800 feet northeast of Small Boat Harbor, Kodiak. 105 Marine Way.
Purpose: Receipt of seafood; handling supplies for fishing vessels; icing fishing vessels.
Owner: Alaska Fresh Seafoods, Inc.
Operator: Alaska Fresh Seafoods, Inc.
Latitude (decimal): 57 47.14 N Longitude (decimal): 152 24.3 W
Phone: (907) 486-5749 Manager: 654-3271
Production: 654-3272 Engineer: 654-3273
Monitor: SSB 4125 (8am, 12 noon, 6pm) VHF-FM: Ch 6
Sat Phone: 0588 (Stratos)

Matrix: 6772
Craines: 10 Ton 45ft reach, 5 Ton 25ft reach
Ice House Depth Alongside (feet): 15 - 15
Total Berthing Space (feet): 100 350 Datum: MLLW
Remarks: One 8-inch pipeline extends to wharf for supplying ice to vessels. Seafood processing plant is located
at rear. Wharf is in line and contiguous with adjacent wharf (Ref. No. 119).
Corps of Engnrs Alaska District Waterway Code: 95351
Dock Code: 421 Year of Last Survey: 1994

STAR OF KODIAK WHARF

All Alaskan Seafoods, Star of Kodiak Wharf Northerly side,

Location: Kodiak Harbor, approximately 1,400 feet northeast of Small Boat Harbor, Kodiak. 111 Marine Way.
Purpose: Receipt of seafood; handling supplies for fishing vessels; icing fishing vessels.
Owner: All Alaskan Seafoods, Inc.
Operator: All Alaskan Seafoods, Inc.
Latitude (decimal): 57.786389 Longitude (decimal): -152.4033
Phone: (907) 486-3266
Depth Alongside (feet): 30
Total Berthing Space (feet): 275
Datum: MLLW
Remarks: Grounded vessel 'Star of Kodiak' at rear serves as seafood processing plant.
Waterway Code: 95351 Dock Code: 423
Year of Last Survey: 1994 Corps of Engnrs Alaska District

PETRO MARINE SERVICES

Petro Marine Services, Kodiak Terminal, Fuel Float

Location: Northerly side, Kodiak Harbor, approximately 0.3 mile northeast of Small Boat Harbor, Kodiak. 104 Marine Way
Purpose: Fueling vessels.
Owner: Petro Marine Services.
Operator: Petro Marine Services.
Latitude (decimal): 57 47.22 N Longitude (decimal): 152 24.102 W
Phone: 907/486-3421
Depth Alongside (feet): 28
Total Berthing Space (feet): 150
Datum: MLLW
Remarks: One 2- and one 1-inch, fueling pipelines on wharf extend from storage tanks described under Ref. No. 121. Petro Marine's Kodiak facility has a 2 million-gallon bulk storage capacity with a constant supply of Alaska-refined fuels. Located on the Kodiak's industrial waterfront, a 250-foot fuel float, plus the flexibility of accommodating larger vessels at the adjacent City of Kodiak Ferry Dock Corps of Engnrs Alaska District
Waterway Code: 95351 Dock Code: 425
Year of Last Survey: 1994

SEAPORT TERMINAL SERVICES

Seaport Terminal Services, Womens Bay Terminal Wharf.

Location: Womens Bay, northwest side of Inner Bay, approximately 0.8 mile from inner end, Kodiak 7205 Rezanof Drive West
Purpose: Receipt and shipment of containerized, conventional, and break-bulk general cargo; mooring vessels.
Owner: LASH Corp. Operator: Seaport Terminal Services, Inc. and Samson Tug and Barge Co., Inc.
Latitude (decimal): 57 43.96 N Longitude (decimal): 152 31.25 W
Phone: 907/487-2104
Depth Alongside (feet): 15 - 30
Total Berthing Space (feet): 230
Datum: MLLW
Remarks: One 130- by 40-foot, tidal grid is located at lower side. Plans called for the two crane pads to be removed and a steel sheet pile bulkhead be installed connecting the two wharves. Seaport Terminal Services, Inc.: Approximately 4 acres of open storage area are available at rear for break-bulk and miscellaneous commodities. Samson Tug and Barge Co., Inc.: Two acres of open storage area are avaion opposite side of Rezanof Drive West for containers stacked up to 6-high. Plans call for the two crane pads to be removed and a steel sheet pile bulkhead be installed connecting the two wharves.
Corps of Engnrs Alaska District Waterway Code: 95351 Dock Code: 204
Year of Last Survey: 1994

Seaport Terminal Services, Womens Bay Terminal, Upper Wharf.

Location: Womens Bay, northwest side of Inner Bay, approximately 1 mile from inner end, Kodiak
7205 Rezanof Drive West
Purpose: Occasional receipt and shipment of break-bulk general cargo; mooring vessels.
Owner: LASH Corp.
Operator: Seaport Terminal Services, Inc.
Latitude (decimal): 57.733889 Longitude (decimal): -152.52
Phone: 907/487-4908
Depth Alongside (feet): 15 - 30
Total Berthing Space (feet): 130
Datum: MLLW

U.S. COAST GUARD FUEL PIER

U.S. Coast Guard ISC, Kodiak Fuel Pier

Location: Womens Bay, west side, Nyman Peninsula, approximately 0.5 mile from outer end, Kodiak Purpose: Receipt of petroleum products; fueling U.S. Coast Guard vessels; mooring vessels.
Owner: U.S. Government.
Operator: U.S. Coast Guard.
Latitude (decimal): 57 43.58 N Longitude (decimal): 152 31.1 W
Depth Alongside (feet): 29 - 33 | 33 - 34 | 34
Total Berthing Space (feet): 610 | 640 Datum: MLLW
Remarks: One 8-inch pipeline extends from wharf to 3 steel storage tanks in rear, total capacity 120,000 barrels. One 6-inch, sewer pipeline serves wharf.
Waterway Code: 95351 Dock Code: 202
Year of Last Survey: 1994
Corps of Engnrs Alaska District

U.S. COAST GUARD WHARF WOMENS BAY

Location: U.S. Coast Guard Support Center, Kodiak General Cargo Wharf Womens Bay, west side, Nyman Peninsula, approximately 0.8 mile from outer end, Kodiak.
Purpose: Occasional receipt and shipment of military general cargo; mooring U.S. Coast Guard vessels.
Owner: U.S. Government.
Operator: U.S. Coast Guard.
Latitude (decimal): 57 43.82 N Longitude (decimal): 152 30.9 W
Depth Alongside (feet): 33
Total Berthing Space (feet): 698 Datum: MLLW
Remarks: Transit shed is on shore, separated from approaches by a 50-foot-wide, asphalt-paved apron. One 1 1/2-inch, steam pipeline serves wharf. U. S. Coast Guard vessels.
Waterway Code: 95351 Dock Code: 203
Year of Last Survey: 1994 Corps of Engnrs Alaska District

KODIAK CITY PIER 3, CONTAINER TERMINAL

Kodiak City Pier 3, Container Terminal is a wharf 1 mile SW of Kodiak. The pier has 490 feet (149 meters) of dock face and 880 feet (268 meters) of berthing space with dolphins. There are 38 feet (11.6 meters) of depth alongside. The height of the deck above the water is 19 feet (5.8 meters). There is one 27.5 ton capacity gantry crane for receipt and shipment of containerized cargo and automobiles. The dock can moor cruise ships, fishing vessels and other vessels. There is storage space for 375 containers. The facility is owned by the City of Kodiak and operated by Horizon Lines. There is a heavy surge at the Container Terminal during and after SW through SE gales.