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PORTS 29 Pacific Northwest Ports Handbook 2021-2022 The Port of Astoria – is the first deepwater port at the mouth of the Columbia River, just 12 miles from the Columbia River bar and 83 rivermiles from Portland, Oregon. We are located 55 miles from Interstate 5, and rail service is provided by Portland and Western Railroad for BNSF/Union Pacific connection. The Astoria Regional Airport is just minutes away in Warrenton. We can accommodate vessels up to 1,100 feet and you will require only bar pilot fees, since no river pilot will be needed. No waiting: You'll get immediate berth access. You'll find boat haulouts, moorage, storage, fuel and maritime service businesses. Pier 1 remains dedicated to deep draft vessel operations, with its 1,500- foot pier and 5-acre staging area, capable of handling all cruise and general cargo vessels. PORT OF ASTORIA 422 Gateway, Suite 100 Astoria, OR 97103 Phone: (503) 741-3300 Oregon Toll Free: (800) 860-4093 Fax: (503) 471-3345 Website: Commissioners: Frank Spence Dirk Rohne Jim Campbell Robert Stevens Scott McClaine Executive Director: Will Isom PORTS Port of Astoria ........... Courtesy of the Port of Astoria PIERS 1, 2 and 3

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