Nick Diemert, Rick Kirschman, Helena Park, Tim Lewis, & Justin Walker
Pictured above, Ms. Park places a 2014 American Eagle $50 coin under the mast of America's Finest TM today at Dakota Creek Industries in Anacortes, WA. We signed our vessel construction contract with Dakota Creek Industries on November 18, 2014.
Ms. Park said 'this is a good luck symbol and it is also commemorates the linkage between the past, current, and future. In other words, our 30 years of work transforming into the future - the work that we have done has made this day possible - completing our vision for the future and spearheading the rebuilding of the North Pacific fleet. We look beyond our fleet, always [American No.1 and US Intrepid].'
We believe safety isn't an accident - you have to work proactively to maintain a safe workplace and to train a safe workforce. That is why we encourage our crew to better themselves by attending safety courses offered through organazations such as
Not only do we encourage our crew, we step up to the plate and pay for our crew to attend. Further, a more trained crewmember will move up in the pay scale aboard the vessels. It's a win-win-win.