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Shipbuilding & Repair

All American Marine

Notable green deliveries include hybrid-electric passen- ger vessels for Red and White Fleet and Kitsap Transit. It

All American has also recently taken over the construction of the U.S.’ ? rst hydrogen-powered, electric drive ferry, on pace for de-

Marine livery later this year.

All American Marine got its start more than 30 years ago specializing in the construction of aluminum ? shing vessels

Armstrong Marine used from California to Alaska. But the Paci? c Northwest boatbuilder adapted to changing markets in the ’90s, and

USA today it is a builder of custom-tailored aluminum high- speed passenger boats, hybrid vessels, dinner cruise boats,

Since its founding in the Paci? c Northwest over two decades patrol and research vessels. In 2017, AAM relocated to a new state-of-the-art facility in Bellingham, Wash., where all ago, Armstrong Marine USA has specialized in the design and of its vessels are built in a 57,000 sq. ft. production facility construction of commercial aluminum boats. The Port Ange- adjacent to Bellingham Bay. The production shop contains les, Wash. boat builder is part of Bryton Marine Group, the seven overhead bridge cranes, a brake press, shear, CNC largest builder of welded aluminum boats in North America.

Armstrong operates independently within the group, bene? t- router cutter and a laser-leveled construction platform.

AAM has exclusive North American building rights ing from an experienced management team, skilled workforce with one of the world’s top naval architects and designers, and customized physical factory. While operating as separate

Nic de Waal of Teknicraft Design, Ltd. in Auckland, New business units, the brands are strengthened by sharing best

Zealand. The unique Teknicraft design incorporates the practices and collaborating on strategic planning. Armstrong’s use of a cutting-edge hull shape and an optional hydrofoil combination of market focus, quality craftsmanship and de- signs partnered with Bryton Marine Group’s strong purchas- system in catamarans to create lift and enhance vessel per- formance. Unique design characteristics ensure high-speed ing power and effective management systems enable it to pro- travel, ultra-low wake, industry-leading fuel ef? ciency, and vide clients with superior vessels at great value.

The Armstrong Marine USA portfolio includes cata- all fully customizable depending on the application.

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