Pier 2 at the Port of Astoria


Pier 2 serves the bulk of the commercial fishing needs of port users with its 71,800 ft. multi-tenant building. Up to three new multi-tenant industrial buildings are envisioned as part of the Central Waterfront Master Plan. Pier 2 is also home to the Oregon Responder, an oil spill response vessel owned by Marine Spill Response Corporation.

Currently Pier 2 houses three fish processors. It also provides commercial fishing fleet support via fish off-loading and fish net haul-out areas. Cold storage and cannery facilities are currently under consideration. The Port is seeking private investment dollars for this project.

Terminal/Port Specifications: Pier 2
Dock Accommodate Vessels up to 1,100 ft.
On Dock Warehouse (71,800 sq.ft.)
1,300 ft. Dock on East side of Pier II. 900 ft.
Dock on West side of Pier II.
425 ft Dock on face of Pier II. 25’ – 35’ Depth, 16 foot Pier Height
Lighted, Utilities, Phone
Gangway: 5 ft. wide x 76 ft. long or 4 ft. wide x 50 ft. long