Shipyard Services

Port of Long Beach, CA

Maritime Services

Shipyard Services

From design to construction, Curtin Maritime has always been committed to integrating state-of-the-art vessels and equipment into our own fleet.

The imagination and ingenuity of our design and build team never cease to amaze. New builds, retrofits, or modernizations. From inception to integration, whether it’s boat, barge or crane, Curtin Maritimes’ commitment to quality and efficient design will bring to life the high performing vessel to fit your needs.

Take a look at our fleet to see some of our past projects

Design and Engineering Support

As a full-service solution provider, Curtin Maritime can provide you with engineering and design support to take your project from concept development to completion. These collaborative efforts increase efficiency and minimize construction costs.

Vessel Conversion and Construction

Our history of converting vessels includes derrick barges, dump scows, ro-ro barges, tugboats, and landing crafts. Our engineering team’s innovation is evident throughout the design and construction process; it is even more apparent in the end-product. Conversions are planned and executed with safe and efficient operations in mind to ensure future operating costs are minimized.

Additionally, our performance record includes new vessel construction. From laying the keel to sea trials, we have an extremely adept fabrication team and a broad network of vendors we work with to create an outstanding product.

Repair & Maintenance

As part of our Vessel Management System, Curtin Maritime performs repair and maintenance of our diverse fleet. Our team can assist you with diagnosis, create a corrective action plan, and provide a valuable resolution.

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Ralph Botticelli

Director of Business Development

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Design-Build Vessel Conversion & Fabrication – Tugboat Sarah C

Curtin Maritime purchased the 65’ tugboat Peril Strait from Cambell Towing in 2007, a single screw logging support tug operating in Alaska. After the inspection and survey of several tugboats for sale, Curtin Maritime was able to recognize that this hull type was perfectly suited for the Combi Tug conversion Curtin Maritime had designed.

Our Shipyard

Curtin Maritime’s facility is conveniently located in the Port of Long Beach on Pier C adjacent to the Matson shipping terminal.

Marine Construction
Marine Transportation
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