Our FacilitieS

State Of The Art

Zero Discharge

Environmentally Driven

Our facilities

Nielsen Beaumont Marine has been in business since 1979, but in the summer of 2011 a complete remodel transformed the Shelter Island boatyard into one of America’s most modern and environmentally advanced marine facilities.

Using the transformation as a springboard, the company now has two secure facilities on the West Coast designed specifically for naval fleet maintenance in addition to a growing number of locations across the United States for the vessel arrest and forfeiture services, all with a focus on safety, efficiency and environmental initiatives.

Wastewater Recyling

The facility includes an innovative closed loop recycling system for all hydro-wash wastewater as well as the capture and treatment of all stormwater, resulting in a zero discharge facility.

Marine Travelift

The marine railway was replaced with a custom 75 metric ton (82.5 US ton) Marine Travelift. The remote controlled boat hoist boasts a biodiesel Tier 3 engine to exceed California's rigorous clean-air standards, and its hydraulic pumps use biodegradable mineral oil.

Carbon Reduction

Nielsen Beaumont is partnering with Earthly to calculate and reduce its carbon footprint as a business. With the help of Earthly, our goal is to be entirely carbon neutral by 2025 and climate positive by 2030.

In 2015, San Diego Coastkeeper honored Nielsen Beaumont with its prestigious “Coast Keeper Runoff Rockstar” Award.

“Nielsen Beaumont Marine, Inc. is leading its boatyard community in preventing runoff with their modern, environmentally advanced facility. Nielsen Beaumont Marine, Inc. designed their boatyard to capture and collect stormwater for treatment and storage, and it is more advanced than current stormwater regulations for boatyards. San Diego Coastkeeper and our community appreciates their efforts to prevent harm to our waters.”

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