The Pacific Northwest’s Premiere Ship Repair Facility

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OUR SERVICES

REPAIR. MAINTENANCE. CONVERSION.

Everett Ship Repair offers drydocking and pier-side docking for all types of vessels undergoing any type of construction repair method.

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Everett Ship Repair offers skilled quality craftmanship for all vessel repair needs.

WHO WE ARE

Everett Ship Repair is a complete service and repair facility for all types of vessels.

We are strategically located in Everett Washington and operate one of the four largest drydocks in the Pacific North West. In addition, we have 500’ of dockside 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.

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RECENT NEWS

January 28, 2021

CLICK FOR VIDEO – EVERETT SHIP REPAIR LARGE VESSEL DOCKINGS

Everett Ship Repair, LLC (ESR) has one of four largest drydocks in the Pacific Northwest. Check out our deep water undocking video of one of Washington States Ferries (WSF) largest vessels – the M/V Wenatchee – a Jumbo Mark II Class WSF Ferry.

November 17, 2020

EVERETT SHIP REPAIR DRYDOCKS WASHINGTON STATE’S LARGEST FERRY IN FLEET, THE JUMBO MARK II M/V WENATCHEE

Everett Ship Repair, LLC (ESR) successfully drydocked the M/V Wenatchee, a Washington State Ferries (WSF) Jumbo Mark II class ferry – the largest in the WSF fleet, on November 10th. The vessel is 460’ x 90’ with a docking displacement of 4675 LT. ESR’s drydock, the Faithful Servant has underwent improvements to expand its capabilities,

June 15, 2020

SHIP REPAIR SERVICES PROGRESS IN EVERETT WASHINGTON

Everett, Washington: Everett Ship Repair, LLC (ESR) is pleased to report, amid the COVID-19 crisis, the first eight-months of operation since establishment in late 2019, have been very busy with projects ranging from remote work for large ships, to dry-dockings and in-water service work on tugs, fishing vessels and barges. ESR is now in full