Two Washington state shipyards with professional working relationships with Washington State Ferries (WSF), Everett Ship Repair, LLC (ESR) and Ice Floe, LLC dba Nichols Brothers Boat Builders (NBBB) offered immediate assistance to WSF when the M/V Cathlamet allided into the Fauntleroy dock on July 28, 2022. On Thursday, March 2, 2023, the M/V Cathlamet was … Everett Ship Repair completes repairs on WSF’s M/V Cathlamet
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EMERALD LIFTER Drydock
220' x 62' Vessel Accommodation. 2,000 ST+ Lift Capacity.
FAITHFUL SERVANT Drydock
436' X 110' Vessel Accommodation. 8,000 ST+ Lift Capacity.
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Everett Ship Repair is a complete service and repair facility for all types of vessels.
We are strategically located in Everett Washington and operate two drydocks the Faithful Servant and the Emerald Lifter. The Faithful Servant is one of the four largest drydocks in the Pacific North West. In addition, we have 500’ of mooring space for vessel service work.
Managed by Ice Cap, Holdings – Parent of Nichols Brothers Boat Builders, we offer a solid shipbuilding reputation of quality craftmanship and exceptional vessel performance.LEARN MORE
Nichols Brothers and Everett Ship Repair Accommodate a Flow of Passenger Vessels. Ice Cap Holding LLC and its subsidiaries – Shared Ice Services, LLC; Ice Floe, LLC dba Nichols Brothers Boat Builders and Everett Ship Repair, LLC are supporting the passenger vessel industry facing various market challenges. Currently, the passenger vessel industry is facing strict … Nichols Brothers and Everett Ship Repair Accommodate a Flow of Passenger Vessels.
Everett Washington – On Wednesday, May 4, 2022, Everett Ship Repair, LLC (ESR) hosted a naming ceremony and grand opening for their newest drydock, the EMERALD LIFTER. The EMERALD LIFTER, formally the ZIDELL 220, was relocated to ESR’s facility at the Port of Everett last month. ESR performed maintenance and preservation before it was put … EVERETT SHIP REPAIR HOSTS NAMING CEREMONY FOR NEWEST DRYDOCK