The North Pacific is an ocean that is located in the Northern Hemisphere, between Asia and North America. It is the third largest ocean in the world, covering an area of about 63 million square kilometers. The North Pacific is bordered by the Arctic Ocean to the north, the Pacific Ocean to the south, the Bering Sea to the east, and the Eastern Pacific Ocean to the west. The North Pacific is known for its diverse marine life, including whales, dolphins, and sea otters, as well as its commercial fish populations, such as salmon and tuna. The ocean also contains many islands, including the Aleutian Islands, the Kuril Islands, and the Hawaiian Islands. The North Pacific is also home to several important shipping lanes and is the site of several major earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.
|Rank||Shipyard Name||Country||Max Length||Max Width||Max Depth||Market Share(30 days)||AIS||Reviews||SRI|
|1||PACIFIC SHIPYARDS INTERNATIONAL||United States||115.0||32.0||0.00%||No|
|2||Navy Yard Pearl Harbor||United States||230.8||34.0||59.09%||2||No|