NORTH ELLIOTT BAY

Piers 90 and 91 are used many times to display Navy ships during Seattle's Annual Sea Fair.
In August of 1985, USS WABASH AOR-5 was moored as shown at pier 90 below.

This location could be used to permitly moor a ship, arranged to be a museum of
NAVY SUPPORT SHIPS, store DISASTER RELIEVE GOODS, and HOUSE HOMELESS VETERANS.

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There is talk about the cruise ship terminal at Pier 30 being re-located to Pier 91.
This could be very good for the suggested NAVY SUPPORT MUSEUM.
The area could work like that depicted below. It would be busier than now.


The existing fishing ships are shown still mooring here - those marked "F"
The Cruise Ship (A) is same size as that shown on this report at Pier 66.
The Cruise Ships (B) & (C) are images taken from New York City moorings.
Note: Queen Mary 2 is 132 feet longer that ship (B).

EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE!
The Cruise ships need covered boarding terminals like those in New York and Miami.
Seattle also needs Navy Attractions and Emergency facilities.



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