Foss operates the West Hylebos Moorings under lease from the Washington State Department of Natural Resources.
Located in Tacoma’s Commencement Bay, this boomed mooring is used for long term storage of clean, petroleum-free barges and small vessels for the maritime industry in the Puget Sound. It has a capacity for approximately 20 barges in depths of up to 200 feet.
Contact Foss Customer Service for rates, space availability, contract information, and insurance requirements.
Regions We Serve
Foss provides ship assist, tanker escort and other harbor services to vessels calling ports on the U.S. West Coast, Alaska and Hawaii. Foss specializes in comprehensive marine transportation services from point-to-point global turnkey logistics and transportation services, to ocean towing, and total project management worldwide.
450 Alaskan Way South, Suite #706
Seattle, WA 98104
4510 Old International Airport Road, Ste. 101
Anchorage, AK 99502
161 North Harbor Drive
Redondo Beach, CA 90277
Foss is proud to serve our global community with specialized maritime services. From providing disaster relief efforts in the United States, Haiti and Puerto Rico and emergency rescue towing to most recently towing a decommissioned Navy vessel from the U.S. West Coast to Texas via the Panama Canal. During the initial months of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Foss assisted the USNS Mercy ship into the Port of Los Angeles to serve as a backup hospital for the city of Los Angeles.
Foss Maritime is dedicated to industry innovation and creative solutions. From introducing the first tugboat launches in Tacoma in the late 1800’s to diesel tugboats and developing the first Tractor tugs and one‐of‐a‐kind hybrid tugs. Foss has been focused on optimizing our fleet from the very beginning. We continue to build, design and add state-of-the-art vessels to our powerful fleet and most recently added three ASD-90 Tier 4 tugs which meet the EPA’s highest emissions standards.
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