Fishermen's Terminal is a freshwater mooring dock for commercial fishing fleet on Salmon Bay

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Fishermen's Terminal, Seattle

Fishermen's Terminal is a freshwater mooring dock for commercial fishing fleet on Salmon Bay.

Fishermen's Terminal is a freshwater mooring dock for commercial fishing fleet on Salmon Bay. Between docks 7 and 8 is the Fishermen's Memorial, a bronze and stone sculpture with plaques commemorating over 500 local commercial fishermen and women who have been lost at sea since the beginning of the 20th century. The Terminal is also home to some of the vessels that are featured on Discovery Channel's 'Deadliest Catch'.


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About Fishermen's Terminal

 3919 18th Avenue West, Seattle, WA, United States

 +1 206-787-3395

 www.portseattle.org

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