Great article and video here: https://www.rpbsafety.com/industrial/case-studies/pacific-fishermen-shipyard
Pacific Fishermen 2019 Port of Seattle Environmental Excellence Award Pacific Fishermen Shipyard has implemented multiple practices to reduce its impact on the environment: Installed a 7.9 kW Solar photovoltaic array on the roof of one of the shipyard buildings,...
Great mini documentary and the history of shipyards and boatyards that are still going strong on the Lake Washington Ship Canal!
PFI Marine Electric in Dutch Harbor and at Pacific Fishermen Shipyard Successfully Protects Electrical Components on Vessels in the Bering Sea with Stahlin Non-Metallic Enclosures PFI Marine Electric with service shop at Lunde North in Dutch Harbor and at Pacific...
See what's going on at Pacific Marine Expo 2016
Longtime Bellingham Highliner Bob Glenovich, who built the 58’ seiner St. ZITA at MARCO in 1982, leads the way again at PacFish by building his George Roddan Designed Beaver Tail for more speed and lift under heavy stern load conditions.
Did you know that Caplyso, the ship made famous by undersea explorer Jacques Cousteau, was built right here in Ballard? She was- right here at what is now known as Pacific Fishermen Shipyard. Watch the below video for more information on Project Calypso!
Wanting to meet and honor the Norwegian American pioneers of the Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska fisheries, Norway’s King Harald V selected Pacific Fishermen Shipyard as the gathering place. Some 100 Norwegian heritage fishermen gathered to greet their king at the most...
Interview with General Manager of Pacific Fishermen Shipyard Doug Dixon that originally appeared in the January 2015 issue of Seattle Business Magazine. Interview by John Levesque, photography by Shawn Kinney.