Headquartered in southern Louisiana, LEEVAC Shipyards, LLC is perfectly situated to serve the US Gulf Coast. The new construction shipyard, formally known as LEEVAC Shipyards Jennings, LLC, is located about five miles east of Jennings, Louisiana and is situated on a180-acre site on the west bank of the Mermentau River. Our ship yard, located just off of old Highway 90, is easily accessible by truck, barge and rail. At the new construction shipyard the river is 350 feet wide and 60 feet deep. Heading 25 miles south by water, the Mermentau River intersects the Intracoastal Canal at mile marker 202. The Intracoastal Canal is the main artery of marine transportation on the US Gulf Coast and a direct passageway to the Gulf of Mexico.
Gulf Coast Shipyards
If you have questions or would like any additional information about our Gulf Coast ship yards, please contact us at 337-824-2210 or feel free to visit our facilities anytime.
Situated near the Gulf Coast, LEEVAC Shipyards, LLC opened another vessel repair facility located on nine acres in Lake Charles, Louisiana in the Port of Lake Charles LNG plant turning basin. Fromally known as LEEVAC Shipyards Lake Charles, LLC, this facility gives LEEVAC the ability to better meet the vessel repair and conversion needs of our customers. Located 17 miles from the Gulf of Mexico, our Lake Charles shipyard has no restrictions coming from the Gulf, with all deepwater access including deepwater at the docks. The facility features more than 11,000 feet of waterfront, plus a 3,500-ton floating drydock measuring 300 feet long and 64 feet between wing walls.
Lake Charles Shipyard
Satellite locations along the Gulf Coast include sales, marketing and human resources that support LEEVACís Gulf Coast ship yard. Locations include Destin, Florida, Mobile, Alabama and Covington, Louisiana. From our operational and support locations LEEVAC can effectively serve customers in the Gulf of Mexico, the US East Coast, Mexico, Central America, and South America. OurLEEVAC shipyard can make it happen all along the Gulf Coast and beyond.