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What We Do

We build ships, we repair ships, we convert ships.

Located on the Pacific Northwest Coast, Seaspan Shipyards operations include Vancouver Shipyards, Vancouver Drydock and Victoria Shipyards. As a result of its diversity and capacity, Seaspan Shipyards is unique in its ability to provide a complete range of shipyard services including new construction, conversion, refit, repair, life-cycle maintenance and refurbishment work for naval, research and commercial vessels including cruise-ships, deep-sea vessels and submarines.

Our Shipyards
Our Programs

Canada's Ships, Built by Canadians

Seaspan Shipyards is proud to be Canada’s long-term, strategic shipbuilding partner for the Canadian Coast Guard and Royal Canadian Navy. As a direct result of this work, Seaspan Shipyards is delivering on the promise of ships built in Canada, by Canadians, while creating jobs and rebuilding our domestic shipbuilding industry.

Our Role In The NSS

Building an Industry

As a strategic partner under Canada’s National Shipbuilding Strategy, and a growing reputation as a centre of excellence in shipbuilding, repair, conversion and service, Seaspan Shipyards is a significant economic engine for BC and for Canada.

Economic Impact

Our Stories

17 May 2022

Innovation in Modern Shipbuilding

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13 May 2022

Safety is not just for NAOSH Week

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6 May 2022

Seaspan Shipyards Takes Top Spot Amongst Canada’s Defence Industry

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22 April 2022

Seaspan Employees Care for the Environment, on Earth Day – and Every Day

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21 April 2022

Seaspan’s Commitment to Environmental Leadership Marked by More than 10 Years of Green Marine Certification

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13 April 2022

Youth Music Education – Helping to Fill a Critical Gap in at Vancouver Opera

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7 April 2022

Inspiring Kids with Art

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5 April 2022

Happy return to Vancouver Drydock for long-time customer

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31 March 2022

Projects Underway at North Vancouver Sites to Support Business Growth and Increasing Demand for Services and Expertise

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29 March 2022

National Engineering Month: Meet the Engineers Driving the Canadian Shipbuilding Industry

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17 March 2022

Sparking Inclusion – Seaspan Builds Custom Welding Bench for Local Secondary School

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8 March 2022

Breaking the Bias – Seaspan Marks International Women’s Day

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3 March 2022

Two Seaspan Shipyards Employees Among 2022 Women in Defence & Security Emerging Leaders

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22 February 2022

Building Bonds – Women from Vancouver Shipyards Learn and Practice Welding

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Hastings Elementary Outreach Our Bones 2021

25 January 2022

Discovering Cultural Connections on the Fraser River

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27 October 2021

Lions Gate Hospital’s Seaspan HUB Opens for Business

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19 October 2021

Celebrating 10 Years as Canada’s National Shipbuilding Strategy Partner

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23 September 2021

MacKay Creek Hatchery 2021 Chum Release

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31 August 2021

Seaspan Shipyards Collaborates with BC Tech to Grow a Diverse Tech Talent Pool in British Columbia

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14 July 2021

BCIT and Camosun College Receive Major Donations from Seaspan and the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation

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20 June 2021

Take a Tour of our Vancouver Drydock

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8 June 2021

Seaspan Shipyards Invests $1.35M in Indigenous Marine Skills Training

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10 May 2021

Seaspan and the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation Make Major Gift to Lions Gate Hospital

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Press Releases

Seaspan Shipyards

18 May 2022

BCIT announces new Director, Centre for Welding Technologies and Metallurgy Research

The British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT) is pleased to announce that Dr. Mathew Smith, PhD, PPhys, PEng has been appointed Director of the Centre for…

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15 March 2022

Seaspan Shipyards launches immersive visualization platform to accelerate digital transformation of shipbuilding and fleet maintenance

HoloShip facility will be an engine for technology innovation as Seaspan and Canadian marine sector evolve to a digital ship environment throughout vessel lifecycle March 15,…

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Hastings Elementary Outreach Our Bones 2021

15 December 2021

Fraser River Discovery Centre Programs Boosted by Seaspan and Southern Railway of British Columbia

NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. – Indigenous and Fraser River Education Programs provided by the Fraser River Discovery Centre Society will be enhanced by a C$250,000 grant from…

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