825 Queen Ave
Hoquiam, WA 98550
About us Little Hoquiam Shipyard was established in 1971 by Howard Moe initially to supply fishing vessels to the local commercial fleet. Since building some of the earliest large, fiberglass molds in the region Little Hoquiam Shipyard has constructed several hundred commercial vessels, most of which are now in use throughout the Pacific Coast and Alaska.
In addition to the vessels being built for the commercial fishing industry, the Shipyard now produces large custom fiberglass yachts and yacht fishers, as well as large commercial passenger and research vessels.
Our plant consists of approximately 60,000 square feet of buildings and 11 acres of storage. We have state of the art capabilities in fiberglass, wood and metal fabrication and have our own dock facilities allowing us to launch vessels up to 120 feet.
Little Hoquiam Shipyard has enjoyed a long history of satisfied customers. Our boats and designs are proven and their performance is predictable. Many of the vessels we build are for customers who already own a Little Hoquiam Shipyard vessel and are looking to upgrade to a larger vessel.
The spirit of cooperation and the sharing of technology among competitors is one of the reasons that the Pacific Northwest has gained the reputation of being "the place" to go to purchase a large fiberglass vessel. We have had the privilege of working together with many boat builders on the West Coast, supplying them with hulls and other fiberglass components.
Little Hoquiam Shipyard looks forward to continuing the Pacific Northwest's legacy of producing exceptional boats.