FROM REPAIR AND CONVERSION TO BUILDING A BROAD RANGE OF VESSELS
Dakota Creek Industries’ history is rooted in shipbuilding and repair dating back to its start as a small shipyard on the Dakota Creek in Blaine, Washington in 1975. Initially performing repair and conversion work, the company soon outgrew the Blaine facility and moved to Anacortes in 1977, and began also building new vessels, including fishing vessels, tug boats, and commercial as well as government vessels. Since that time, DCI has steadily grown into a shipyard that is well known locally and internationally for its quality and craftsmanship. DCI has continually updated and improved its facilities and trains its employees on the latest technologies and equipment.
To this day, Dakota Creek is proud to remain a privately held, family run business.