American Salvage Association


The American Salvage Association was created as an association of professional salvors
in order to provide an identity and assist in professionalizing
the United States marine salvage and firefighting response capability.

By doing so, the ASA has helped to improve marine casualty response
in North American coastal and inland waters.

The ASA also educates government, industry and the general public
about the role of the marine salvor in protecting life, the environment,
and property from the consequences of the perils of water transportation.

To achieve these goals the ASA promotes cooperation
among its members to assure an effective, successful response in major incidents.


Contact: Dick Fredricks, 03 Oronoco St., Suite. 200, Alexandria, Virginia 22314


Work: (703) 373-2293 

Mobile: (410) 507-0480