The JAG Alaska Inc., Seward Shipyard facility is an eleven acre, full service shipyard with two drydocks, the SyncroLift vertical lift drydock and the TravelLift. The shipyard’s cranes provide lifting capacity up to 80 tons. The yard’s covered work area encompasses 35, 000 sq. ft. of covered work area among other open work areas and provisions. A system of marine rails and transfer carriages employed for vessel transport, enabling vessels to be moved from drydock to one of the several work areas, accommodating up to 4 large vessels at any given time. The facility also includes on-site Machine, Fabrication and Paint shops
The facility’s strategic location enables JAG to provide services across the rich gamut of Alaska’s marine industries including fishing, marine transportation and both oil and gas industries. The facility is also amply equipped to service US Coast Guard vessels in the region.
The Seward Shipyard is the second largest shipyard north of Seattle. Situated in Seward, Alaska in the Cook Inlet, the our facility is the closest shipyard of similar capacity to more than two thirds of the Alaskan Coastline and the majority of the Alaskan fleet harboring from Yukatat to Kodiak to Prudhoe Bay.
Seward Shipyard Mobile Shipyard
The Seward Shipyard has developed mobile shipyard crews, significantly increasing its capacity for servicing the marine repair and vessel maintenance needs of the Alaskan Fleet. These mobile shipyard crews enable our facility to provide convenient services for vessels that may be unable to easily travel to our facility. Additionally, emergency or otherwise urgent needs that do not allow for vessel transport to the shipyard, can be addressed by our mobile shipyard crews.