Fraser Shipyards, Inc.

Recent Projects

Fraser Shipyards is called upon for all varieties of repairs, lengthening, repowering, new construction and more. Here are a few of our most recent projects.

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M/V John J. Boland

The M/V John J. Boland backing into the yard for winter lay-up, January 2012.

USCGC Mackinaw

The Mackinaw came in for some work in December 2011.

Tug Billmaier in Dry Dock

Tug Billmaier & Crane Derrick Barge Schwartz

The US Army Corps of Engineers Tug Billmaier and Crane Derrick Barge Schwartz came into the yard in November, 2011 for a routine dry docking.

Fraser 1, Barge and Crane

Seen here, the Fraser 1 moving the work platform barge loaded with the 11000 Crane out into the bay for work.

M/V Adam E. Cornelius

Coming into the dry dock for its 5 year inspection.

USCG Ant Duluth

The Ant Duluth was lifted out of the water for work during 2011.

Str. Saginaw

Propeller on the Saginaw.

Str. Saginaw

In May 2011, the Str. Saginaw came in for an emergency dry docking.

M/V H. Lee White

During the dry dock lay-up of 2011, work was done on the shell.

M/V H. Lee White

In the dry dock for winter lay-up.

Lake Assault Demo Boat & M/V Adam E. Cornelius

Lake Assault Boats builds custom aluminum boats here in Fraser Shipyards. The Demo Fire Boat seen was out for trials and coming back into the slip in front of the M/V Adam E. Cornelius in for lay-up.

M/V St. Clair

End of winter lay-up.

Str. Kaye E. Barker

New paint on the KE Barker.

Str. Kaye E. Barker

May 2010 Dry Docking

Str. Frontenac

Winter Lay-Up 2008

Building A New Barge

Fraser Shipyards is building a new barge.

Tug Joyce VanEnkevort

Tug Joyce VanEnkevort

In December 2009, the Tug Joyce VanEnkevort came into drydock. This picture shows the day it was going to come out of drydock and they flooded the dock. With the below zero temperatures, it created the steam you see in the picture.

Str. Kaye E. Barker and M/V St. Clair

Str. American Victory

USCGC Hollyhock

A look from above.

USCGC Hollyhock

In for a routine drydocking.

Aerial View of Fraser Shipyards

U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Mackinaw

U.S. Coast Guard

The U. S. Coast Guard cutter Alder undergoing minor repairs during her off season, in one of our dry docks during Summer 2008.

U.S. Park Service barge construction

Fraser Shipyards recently built the 70-foot long, 65-ton Greenstone II, a double-skinned fuel barge that was commissioned by the U.S. National Park Service.