The ghost shrimp of the Snohomish River in Washington State are so tasty that diners come from Baja Mexico to gorge on the invertibrates by the...
The Port of Edmonds boat marina was created in 1962. It provides the only public boating access in the highly populated 30-mile stretch between Seattle’s Shilshole Bay and the Port of Everett. There is ample guest moorage available for overnight and short-term stays. The Port provides showers, restrooms, fuel, and boat launch for both tenants and guests.
It is the Mission of the Port of Edmonds to: Operate the Port of Edmonds in a fiscally sound, environmentally responsible manner; ensure quality service to our customers and provide a vibrant, attractive environment for the Edmonds-Woodway community with full accountability to the stakeholders of the Port District, consistent with the Port’s primary purpose to promote economic development
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