Fincantieri Marine Group builds high-quality advanced ships at our three top-class shipyards in Wisconsin.
For the U.S. government, we build highly sophisticated ships for the U.S. Navy, Army, Coast Guard, and other government entities such as research and law enforcement.
Our commercial ships are custom-built to fulfill a wide range of applications including the largest LNG barge in the U.S. and 1,000-ft. Lakers. Other industrial application vessels include oil/gas platform support, wind farm, tug boats, barges, and dredges.
Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) transportation vesselsExplore
Pursuit and patrol vessels, icebreakers, navigation barges, seagoing and coastal buoy tendersExplore
Great Lakes fleet repair and maintenanceExplore
U.S. Navy partner contracted to build the Constellation Class Frigate and Freedom-class Littoral Combat ShipExplore
Fast patrol, coastal interceptor, and response vesselsExplore
High capacity articulated tug bargesExplore
Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) to supply offshore oil and gas platformsExplore
Dipper/backhoe, trailing suction hopper, and cutter dredgesExplore
400-Passenger catamaran, Staten Island, and passenger/vehicle ferriesExplore
Enable crews to install and maintain offshore wind farmsExplore
Double hull tank barges and bulk capacity cement bargeExplore
Seismographic research, fisheries, and Alaska region survey vesselsExplore
Armed mechanized landing craft for troops and equipmentExplore
Fincantieri, one of the world’s largest shipbuilders, employing 19,000 shipbuilding professionals in 18 shipyards on four continents. Fincantieri has a rich history dating back more than 234 years and has built more than 7,000 ships.
A shipbuilding powerhouse, U.S.-based Fincantieri Marine Group is uniquely positioned to provide cost-effective solutions to new construction, repair, and conversion challenges for both government and commercial markets.
The recently completed $250 million capital expansion program for our U.S. shipyards including additional computer-aided ship manufacturing equipment, new climate-controlled facilities, and a U.S. Navy-Certified floating dry-dock.