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Everett Ship Repair Expands Operations with a Second Dry Dock and Addition of a Floating Crane Barge

Everett Ship Repair, LLC (ESR) is pleased to announce the expansion of its operation with the addition of the dry dock Emerald Lifter, ex. ZD 220. The dry dock with lifting capacity of 2000 tons and working deck area of 220 ft x 62 ft, will be relocated to the ESR facility at the Port Everett Ship Repair Expands Operations with a Second Dry Dock and Addition of a Floating Crane Barge

Everett Ship Repair Expands Surface Prep Services with New UHP Water Blasting Equipment

Everett Ship Repair, LLC (ESR) is excited to announce the purchase of two new 40,000psi Ultra-High-Pressure (UHP) water blasting systems. Both systems have been delivered to the shipyard and put into production. UHP water blasting is a cost effective and environmentally friendly alternative to abrasive solid blasting material. Everett Ship Repair is committed to adopting Everett Ship Repair Expands Surface Prep Services with New UHP Water Blasting Equipment

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.

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

3/25/2020 COVID-19 UPDATE

3/25/2020 COVID-19 UPD Update on NBBB/ESR Response to COVID-19 Earlier this week, the Governor issued a statewide stay-at-home order, with some exceptions for essential activities and businesses. The order is effective for a minimum of two weeks.  As we have previously communicated, NBBB and ESR have been deemed Critical Infrastructure Employers and therefore are authorized 3/25/2020 COVID-19 UPDATE