Jet Setters

At one time, the notion of powering a workboat with waterjets was approached with more than a bit of skepticism by workboat operators, especially those building boats in the smaller ranges. Those were hands-on outfits steeped in the tradition of shafts and props. But...
Swiftships Demonstrates Remotely Piloted Vessel

Swiftships Demonstrates Remotely Piloted Vessel

February 18, 2014 – Swiftships and the University of Louisiana at Lafayette (UL Lafayette) team have successfully created the Anaconda, a 35-foot prototype Navy vessel being modified for autonomous technology. The goal of this partnership is to design a vessel to...
Swiftships Joins NOIA

Swiftships Joins NOIA

Swiftships is proud to announce its membership to the National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA). NOIA was founded in 1972 with 33 members to represents all facets of the domestic offshore energy and related industries. Today, over 300 member companies are dedicated...
Competing and Succeeding Overseas

Competing and Succeeding Overseas

Foreign Demand for Military and Commercial Vessels is Brisk… For Now In the heavy shadow of possible sequestration-induced federal budget cuts, some U.S. companies are busy supplying vessels to overseas customers under the Navy’s Foreign Military Sales program...

Swiftships Golf Tournament

December 13, 2013 – Swiftships shipbuilders held its First Golf Tournament at LaTour Golf Club, the bayou regions premier golfing community located in Matthews, Louisiana. The tournament was held by Swiftships in appreciation for the businesses that drive the oil...