Vigor Fab is building new tugboats for Tidewater Barge Lines of Vancouver, Wash. Construction of the first tug started on Jan. 24, 2014, at Vigor’s facility in Portland. These state-of-the-art vessels are specially designed to service the Columbia River market.
State elected, transportation and manufacturing leaders were on hand today to celebrate the christening of the state’s first 144-car Olympic Class ferry, the M/V Tokitae, at Vigor Industrial’s shipyard in Seattle. Read More »
Vigor Fab has been awarded a contract to build two 83,000 bbl. tank barges for Harley Marine Services, Inc. Construction begins this month on the 422’x 76’ x 27’ tank barges, which will be among the largest vessels constructed for Harley Marine’s fleet. Read More »
Chip Hanauer's on a mission to "put the 'sea' back in Seattle" with his new video series, The Boat Guy. Chip's latest episode features a trip to Vigor's Seattle shipyard to learn where Washington State Ferries come from. Read More »
Seward Ship’s Drydock and Vigor Industrial are currently negotiating the terms of the potential sale and expect the deal to be finalized after satisfactory completion of environmental, financial and business due diligence. Read More »
Vigor Fab has delivered Harley Marine Services’ newest vessel, the 250’x70’x15’8” Iliuliuk Bay deck barge. She will transport a wide variety of cargo between Dutch Harbor and neighboring islands. Read More »
Alaska Longline, LLC, and Vigor Alaska will christen the F/V Arctic Prowler on Oct. 5, 2013. The ceremony for the new 136 ft. freezer longliner will be held at the Ketchikan Shipyard in Ketchikan, Alaska. Read More »