Seward Harbor Information

SMALL BOAT HARBOR

Location: Northwest corner, Resurrection Bay, Seward.
Seward County: Kenai Peninsula
Purpose: Mooring commercial vessels and recreational craft; mooring excursion vessels, U.S. Coast Guard vessels, and tugs.
Owner: State of Alaska. Operator: City of Seward.
Waterway: Resurrection Bay
Latitude (decimal): 60 07.2 N
Longitude (decimal): -149 26.286 W
Railway Connection: None.
Phone: 907/224-3138/33
Depth Alongside (feet): 12 12 12 - 15
Remarks: South section: Float A is 362- by 10-foot with 23-foot stalls; Float B is 462- by 10-foot, with 32-foot stalls; Float C is 500- by 10-foot, with 32-foot stalls; Float D is 600- by 10-foot, with 40-foot stalls; a 10- foot, with 50- and 75-foot stalls. North section: Float F is 650- by 10-foot, with 50-foot stalls on north
side; Float H is 575- by 10-foot, with 40-foot stalls; Float J is 361- by 8-foot,with 32-foot stalls; Float K is 325- by 10-foot; and Float L is 125- by 10-foot. Longitudinal floats have 17-foot stalls. Two timber boat ramps are located at southwest corner of Small Boat Harbor.capacity for approximately 550 vessels.
Entrance channel to harbor is 120 feet wide with 15-foot depth.
Corps of Engnrs Waterway Code: 95180 1994 Dock Code: 400 Year of Last Survey: Alaska District

SEWARD SHIPYARD SHIPLIFT PIERS

Location: East side, Resurrection Bay, above mouth of Fourth of July Creek, Seward.
Purpose: Mooring vessels for repair; service piers for marine elevator.
Owner: City of Seward.
Operator: City of Seward and Seward Ship's Drydock, Inc.
Waterway: Resurrection Bay
Latitude (decimal): 60 05.43 N
Longitude (decimal): 149 21.666 W
Railway Connection: None.
Phone: 907-224-3198
Depth Alongside (feet): 25 | 25 Total Berthing Space (feet): 306 Datum: MLLW
Remarks: A 5,000-long ton, marine elevator owned by the City of Seward is located between the piers. In addition, a set of 110- by 5-foot piers located 300 feet north of marine elevator service a 250-ton, mobile, vertica Repair Plant operated by Seward Ship's Drydock, Inc. is located at rear.
Corps of Engnrs Waterway Code: 95180 1994 Dock Code: 500 Year of Last Survey: Alaska District

4 TH AVENUE DOCK

Location: Northwesterly shore, Resurrection Bay, foot of Fourth Avenue, Seward.
Purpose: Landing for passenger and vehicular ferry; receipt and shipment of general cargo.
Owner: City of Seward.
Operator: State of Alaska, Department of Transportation and Public Facilities; and Northern Ste Waterway: Resurrection Bay:
Latitude: 60 05.96 N
Longitude: 149 26.352 W
Railway Connection: None.
Phone: 907/224-5672
Depth Alongside (feet): 35 Total Berthing Space (feet): 190
Datum: MLLW
Remarks: Ferries operate from wharf to Cordova, Valdez, Kodiak, and Homer, Alaska. One 7,000-square-foot, steel frame, metal-covered storage shed and approximately 3 1/2 acres of open storage area are located at rear.
Corps of Engnrs Waterway Code: 95180 1994 Dock Code: 250 Year of Last Survey: Alaska District