The premier yard in the Bay Area, BAE Systems’ San Francisco Ship Repair is a full-service repair facility located at the heart of the Pacific Rim trading routes.
San Francisco Ship Repair provides maintenance, alterations, and repairs to cruise liners from their Alaska and Mexico trade routes, trans-Alaska pipeline tankers, foreign and domestic bulk carriers and container ships, military vessels, and local bay traffic.
The yard offers the largest floating dry dock on the U.S. West Coast. The dry dock is certified by the United States government NAVSEA, and is capable of lifting Post Panamax cruise ships. The yard also has all required certificates and permits in place, including American Bureau of Shipping, and approved processes for all types of welding, including major tail shaft welding and repair.
Dock No. Eureka
Overall length 199.39m (596 ft.)
Clear width 26.46m (86 ft.)
Depth over blocks 8.39m (22-24 ft.)
Lifting capacity 14,268 metric tons (14,000 long tons)
Dock No. 2
Overall length 274.39m (900 ft.)
Clear width 45.1m (148 ft.)
Depth over blocks 11.43m (26-36 ft.)
Lifting capacity 57,599 metric tons (56,690 long tons)
Two piers with 2,557 feet of berthing space and crane Capacity to 60 tons.