Located on the Pacific Northwest Coast, Seaspan’s Shipyards are an important resource for the region’s marine industry. Seaspan Shipyards operations include Vancouver Shipyards, Vancouver Drydock and Victoria Shipyards.
February 23, 2024
Seaspan Vancouver Shipyards makes progress on JSS2 with delivery of 17m long bulbous bow
February 9, 2024
United Way: The Seaspan Team Will Once Again Make a Huge Impact to BC’s Communities
January 24, 2024
Reflecting on supporting North Shore communities and beyond in 2023
December 21, 2023
Seaspan Shipyards Q4 Update: Cross Country Impact
December 18, 2023
Seaspan’s Top 10 Web Stories of 2023
December 18, 2023
CCGS Sir Wilfrid Laurier arrives at Vancouver Drydock for extensive refit project
November 20, 2023
Close call: Barge nearly blows into Vancouver seawall
November 3, 2023
Watch: Meet Elise Fulton, Production Manager at Seaspan Victoria Shipyards
October 25, 2023
HaiSea Wamis completes first job in Vancouver Harbour marking the world’s first tanker escort by full electric power
October 23, 2023
Get to Know Seaspan’s Fall 2023 Interns
Careers at Seaspan
Be part of a winning team
Seaspan is looking for talented employees to apply for rewarding work in the marine transportation and shipbuilding industry in Metro Vancouver and on Vancouver Island – to fill jobs in our operations, ashore, management, service and at-sea teams.
Whether you’re a shipbuilder, mariner, tradesperson, project manager, planner, scheduler, engineer, or are a safety, IT or finance professional, you’ll find a fulfilling career at our amazing locations.
Commercial Ferry Services
For general freight products, consumer goods and regulated commodities and automobiles, Seaspan Ferries provides a daily, scheduled truck and trailer ferry service between our conveniently located terminals on the Mainland at Tilbury in Delta and Surrey, and on Vancouver Island at Duke Point Nanaimo and Victoria (Swartz Bay).
Community + Culture + Values
We focus on people, community and our marine environment
With roots tracing back to 1886, Seaspan is a long-standing and proud member of British Columbia’s maritime community. Guided by our core values of Safety, Care, Efficiency and Accountability, we are committed to supporting humanitarian causes where we live and work and safeguarding our rivers and coastal waters.