News from the Historic Everett Waterfront

  • Waterfront History Hunt Now Available!

    Want to get in on the history hunt action or just add a little excitement to your waterfront walk? Download the Port of Everett’s Historical …

  • You're Invited - Historical Interpretive Program Ribbon-cutting & Waterfront History Hunt!

    The Port of Everett invites you to join in a ribbon-cutting to dedicate its NEW Historical Interpretive Program on Tuesday, May 20, immediately followed by an interactive waterfront history hunt and book signing of The Evolution of a Vibrant Everett Waterfront with Larry & Jack O’Donnell!

  • 97 years since Bloody Sunday

    This month marked the ninety-seventh anniversary of a day when at least five union members known as Wobblies and two local deputies died in a waterfront gun battle. Those shootings are now known as the Everett Massacre.

  • Vietnam-era river boat restored as tribute to fallen crew

    Camouflage green, with guns mounted on its bow and stern, the 31-foot vessel pulled alongside the Port of Everett fuel dock Tuesday morning. In a marina filled with cabin cruisers and sailboats, this boat stood out.
    -Everett Herald