Looking south, the Everett waterfront. The Port of Everett’s seaport area is at the top, and the port’s other properties, including the marina, are in the center and bottom of the picture. The fork-shaped pier and the land it connects to is Naval Station Everett. (Port of Everett)

Looking south, the Everett waterfront. The Port of Everett’s seaport area is at the top, and the port’s other properties, including the marina, are in the center and bottom of the picture. The fork-shaped pier and the land it connects to is Naval Station Everett. (Port of Everett)

Everett’s economic anchor: Big ships, big marina, big impact

The Port of Everett is many things: commercial engine, recreational hub and steward of the waterfront.

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