The Port of Newport is located on the central Oregon coast in the City of Newport, Lincoln County seat and major business/economic hub of the area, and encompasses approximately 59 square miles and has an estimated population of 10,800 persons. Commercial and sport fishing, fish processing, shipping, tourism, recreation, and lumber and wood processing are the area’s major industries.
At a glance
- Newport International Terminal — The Terminal pier and laydown space is designated as a multi-use facility. The shipping terminal & dock system consists of 860 linear feet of dock space, a two-ton fixed rotating hoist, paved asphalt surface storage, gravel surface storage, garbage & recycling collection, landscaping, a storage & maintenance shop, and tenant leased buildings. The Terminal facility is located on a 17-acre site. The staging area is a 3-acre space that runs parallel to both the fish meal plant access road and the cargo dock, and is directly adjacent to the road.
- Berths — The west berth is 525 feet long with a mooring dolphin to the west of it; The hoist berth is in the middle of and adjoins the west and east berth and is 75 feet in length; the east berth is 260 feet in length and accommodates shallower draft vessels than the west berth.
- Commercial Marina — The 1,400 feet of waterfront property at the Bay Boulevard location include the Port’s Administration building and commercial marina – home of one of the largest and most productive fishing fleets on the West Coast, the Customs office, Englund Marine and the Yaquina Bay Yacht club.
- For commercial vessels only — Dock 1 has a 70-foot pier accommodating vessels of up to 100 feet; Dock 3 is 285’ long with 570’ feet side tie area; Dock 5 has 26-42’ slips and 22 slips that can accommodate vessels between 65’-80’ (there is also 2,180 feet of side ties); Dock 7 has 98-34’ and 2-44’ slips and 1845’ of side ties.
- Recreational Marina — Moorage for recreational vessels includes 522 moorage slips (sizes ranging from 24 feet to 48 feet); accommodations for larger vessels at linier ties; shore power; fresh water hook-ups; sanitary pump-out station; full service fuel dock and guest moorage dock (up to 130 feet with a maximum 9-foot draft). Also includes launch ramp.
600 SE Bay Blvd
Newport, OR 97365 USA
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