Aluminum Boats Made in America

We are compiling an ever growing list of Aluminum Boat Manufacturers & Brands, which might include large corporations, local companies or even individuals.

We've included a few words from the companies about themselves and the products they make, along with direct links to both the businesses & on-line retailers where you can get the latest prices, shipping costs, special deals, ect, if available.

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Manufacturer & Brands

All American Marine

Located on the shores of Bellingham, Washington, All American Marine Inc. (AAM) is a leading manufacturer of high speed passenger ferries, excursion vessels, and work boats. Since 1987, All American Marine has been determined to design and construct highly functional and innovative boats, which can be operated very efficiently.


Celebrating a 65 year tradition of high quality fishing boats, our aluminum boats are better built, a better ride and are far more affordable than any other.

Lund Boats

Lund’s aluminum fishing boats and pontoon boats are for family fishing & fun. Boats range from ski boats to pro bass boats or even jon boats for hunting.

Oquawka Boats and Fabrication, Inc.

We are located in a small town, next to the Mississippi River, in Illinois. We believe in American tradition and family values, and this shows in our business and boats. Our employees are made up of family and friends. We go the extra mile for our customers.

Silver Ships

Building aluminum Special Operation Combat Ready watercraft since 1985 for DOD, USCG, DHS, OGA and other elite organizations. These boats range in size from 21' to 65' in length, are built to American Boat & Yacht Council (ABYC) Standards, can be built to U.S. Coast Guard Regulations for Inspected Vessels, if required, and are currently operating on a worldwide basis.

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Some of the companies listed in this directory that produce vehicles here in America may also have them manufactured in other countries as well. Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices and product designs with little or no notice, so if there are questions that still remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.