All American Marine began operations over 30 years ago by specializing in building aluminum fishing vessels used from California to Alaska. With the decline of the commercial fishing industry in the 1990’s, we adapted to a changing marketplace and set the standard for aluminum vessel manufacturing. Recognized for our craftsmanship and high quality, All American Marine has attained exclusive North American building rights with one of the world’s top naval architects and designers, Nic de Waal of Teknicraft Design, Ltd. in Auckland, New Zealand. The unique Teknicraft design incorporates the use of a cutting-edge hull shape and an optional hydrofoil system in catamarans to create lift and enhance the performance of the vessel. Unique design characteristics ensure high-speed travel, ultra-low wake, industry-leading fuel efficiency, and all fully customizable depending on the application.
A Teknicraft Design offers performance advantages unlike any other. The customization potential for both form and function across a variety of industries is the differentiator in our design and construction. Our design team works directly with each operator to transform visions into reality, and has added value to our operators and partners.
With our increased production capacity, a highly skilled and growing workforce, we produce high-quality vessels at a fair price. Wherever possible, we incorporate advanced technologies and innovations into our boats, each specific to our operators’ needs.There’s no “one-size-fits-all” solution on the water, and that’s why each of our vessels is truly unique. From lithium-ion powered vessels to the leading edge in catamaran and monohull design and production, the future is bright for aluminum vessel manufacturing. We’re excited to help our clients achieve their dreams.
In 2017, AAM relocated to a new state of the art facility on Bellingham Bay. All of our vessels are built in a state-of-the-art 57,000 sq. ft. production facility adjacent to Bellingham Bay. The production shop contains 7 overhead bridge cranes, a brake press, shear, CNC router cutter, and a laser-leveled construction platform. We follow a stringent quality assurance program where all employees participate in regular safety meetings and each craftsman has committed to paying careful attention to detail and ensuring the highest levels of quality.Depending on the vessels application, we ensure stringent US Coast Guard “Subchapter T” or “Subchapter K” vessel certifications, and there are weekly USCG visits and checks throughout the production process.
We are always looking for devoted and talented people to join our growing team. Interested in joining? Check out our available positions today!