Silver Ships Attending MACC 2018

The Multi-Agency Craft Conference (MACC) is an open forum for the exchange of operational and technical information on small boats and craft between government agencies and the maritime community. Information about new technologies and product offerings are highlighted in presentations, vendor displays and demonstrations. The conference is co-hosted by the American Society of Naval Engineers and the U.S. Coast Guard Yard and is held in Baltimore, Maryland.

Silver Ships is proud to participate in MACC and work closely with various government entities and military and law enforcement organizations in attendance to better understand multiagency needs in our drive to provide the highest quality workboats. Our ability to customize marine vessels to our clients’ specific needs allows us to offer solutions to problems that multiple agency law enforcement and military personnel often face in the field. We study the latest technology and innovative boat-building practices at trade shows, where we interact with attendees directly and learn about the challenges they face when it comes to watercraft.

We have 33 years of boatbuilding corporate knowledge, and we currently have two multi-year indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts with the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) for the manufacture and delivery of the 8-meter twin engine High Speed Maneuverable Surface Targets (HSMST) and the 11-meter Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Surface Support Craft RHIB. In addition, our military veteran project management team has broad experience working with the military and with Multiple Agency personnel. Our production history and seasoned project management team give us an advantage when it comes to building marine vessels for the many types of training and operational scenarios these forces will face on the water.

Silver Ships is stationed at booth R24 to answer questions about our vessels, the build process and more. Stop by to see us and make sure to interact with us and MACC on social media – and follow us on Facebook and Instagram @SilverShips. If you’re interested in learning more about Silver Ships and the vessels we build for military and multi-agency operations, please visit