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THE ALL AMERICAN DIFFERENCE

THE ALL AMERICAN DIFFERENCE

Whether it’s a high speed catamaran passenger ferry, a monohull cruise boat, or a government research vessel, we know each of our operator’s needs are unique.

This is why we do not conform their objectives to fit existing designs. We work on every detail of the mission of each vessel prior to production, to ensure the most operator-friendly, fuel-efficient, and best performing vessel in its class. All American Marine is at the forefront of aluminum vessel design and manufacturing. Our team is committed to guiding you through each step of the process, and we deliver great value on a vessel that is truly unique to its specific application.

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WHAT WE DO

Work and Patrol

Whether it’s for the LA Port Police or the Texas Game Wardens, AAM has built the toughest and most innovative vessels required for their class.

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Research and Survey

From university research to government survey vessels, see how AAM is building the most advanced boats for all of our operators’ needs.

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Pilot Boats

This unique catamaran design incorporates Teknicraft’s hydrofoil supported hull with industry leading maneuverability.

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Hybrid Vessels

It’s happening on our roads and we know we won’t be able to rely on fossil fuels forever, that’s why AAM is on the leading edge of the decarbonization trend.

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Passenger Ferries

From high-speed catamarans with hydrofoil technology to hybrid electric monohulls, we’re building the future of transportation.

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Dinner Cruise Vessels

AAM is excited about this growing sector, and we look forward to customizing more vessels for this unique application.

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STATE-OF-THE-ART Facility

Approximately 85 miles North of Seattle, All American Marine’s production facility is located along the Northern shore side of Bellingham Bay in Bellingham, Washington. In early 2017, AAM moved into the brand new, purpose-built 57,000 square foot boat construction facility located on Squalicum Harbor, allowing for multiple vessels of varying sizes to be in construction simultaneously with staggered production schedules.

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TESTIMONIALS

We are very pleased with the team All American Marine has put together to deliver this unique vessel and are eager for our guests to experience San Francisco Bay from the silent decks of the Enhydra [this fall]. We see the propulsion configuration on the Enhydra as phase one in our move toward the full electrification of our fleet. Stay tuned for phase two.

Joe Burgard, VP of Operations, Red and White Fleet

Working with the All American Marine team from start to finish went beyond expectations, and their commitment to detail and excellent project management throughout the process was the difference maker.

Pete Hanke, Owner/Operator, Puget Sound Express

A successful partnership is one that accomplished the goals of all parties and concludes with superior results. King country citizens will be the beneficiaries of these quality vessels for years to come. Thank you to AAK, Teknicraft and King County.

Paul Brodeur, King County
The vessel is definitely a game-changer for the Texas Game Wardens. Our key mission is to make sure the Texas maritime border is safe. The fact of the matter is, there’s not an off the shelf vessel available that meets the daily needs of law enforcement, particularly for long-range vessels. Each step of the way All American listened to us, understood our mission, and in conjunction with Teknicraft, designed and built a vessel that has all the versatility we need to be successful on the water.
Cody Jones, Texas Parks & Wildlife Department

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