Archive for the ‘New Aluminum Boat’ Category
August 27th, 2013
A new breed of crew boat is on the water. Meet Eagle 44, a 31′ 12 passenger EagleCraft, powered with a Volvo D9-500 (500HP diesel) and driven by an Arneson ASD10 surface drive. It can acheive a top speed of 36 knots, and smoothly cruises at 32 knots while only burning 71 litres p/hr of diesel.More info at http://eaglecraft.bc.ca/photo-gallery/commercial-vessels/eagle44/
May 1st, 2013
Hakai Beach Management has a new 31′ EagleCraft research/crew vessel already operating in Hakai Pass. She’s powered with twin Volvo Penta D4-260’s with DPH drives, fitted with a powerful hydraulic winch and A-frame for collecting samples, and rigged out with Raymarine electronics.
May 23rd, 2012
We delivered the Port of Nanaimo’s new 39′ EagleCraft pilot/patrol vessel, the “NPA Osprey”, on May 11th. The multipurpose vessel weighs in at 23,620lbs, and can reach a top speed of 27kts and a cruising speed of 23kts thanks to the twin Volvo D6-370’s with Hurth/ZF R.6 HS801 V-Drives and 4 blade Nibral propellers. The 39’er is also remarkably easy to manoevre as it is fitted with Keypower hydraulic bow and stern thrusters. The electronics on board include a FLIR M-324 infra-red camera with a 10″ display, 3 Lowrance HDS10 displays with side-scan sonar, radar and GPS, 2 RCL100 remote control searchlights, and much more.
The Nanaimo Port Authority will utilize this vessel for pilotage/patrol, fire-fighting, and water ambulance service to the Southern Gulf Islands and the Nanaimo harbour area. The Port of Nanaimo sees a considerable amount of ship traffic on a daily basis, including cruise ships using their new terminal.
39′ EagleCraft “NPA OSPREY”
April 13th, 2011
We are proud to announce the successful launch of Daigle Marine’s biggest, baddest aluminum landing craft to date. At 46’ and powered by twin Volvo Penta D6 330HP turbo diesels, the ‘Sugloo’ can cruise comfortably at 22 knots (empty) and has a load capacity of approximately 20,000 lbs. Every EagleCraft manufactured here in Campbell River is built to withstand the tough conditions faced on the West coast. This vessel, however, is on its way to its new Arctic home in Inuvik, NWT, where it will be operated by Sugloo Marine Services. The ‘Sugloo’ will be used to transport supplies and cargo to remote and otherwise isolated Arctic communities along the MacKenzie River and the Beaufort Sea, such as Tuktoyaktuk.
Other Features of the ‘Sugloo’:
- 6,000lb Capacity Hiab Crane with a 20ft reach
- Front loading ramp- operated using two Pull Master Hydraulic Winches
- 20kw Northern Lights Diesel Generator that has a PTO to run the hydraulics
December 14th, 2010
Compliments of Roger McDonell- Ahead of the Parade Productions:
December 10th, 2010
Check out our new video of the sea trial for the 38′ Coastal Cruiser which was launched this July, courtesy of Roger McDonell- Ahead of the Parade Productions. Click Here
December 3rd, 2010
When BC Hydro started planning the Clowhom Generating Station upgrade, they knew that they would need a safe and reliable aluminum boat to transport crew and cargo to their remote location at the head of Salmon Inlet in the Sunshine Coast.
- Name: Clowhom Spirit
- 28.5’ w/10’4” Beam
- 4.8 Gross Tons
- Power: Volvo D6 330 Diesel w/DPH Drive- 1.76 to 1 Ratio
- Top Speed at 3600 RPM is 34 Knots
- Cruise Speed at 3050 RPM is 29 Knots
- Seating for 11 passengers and one crewman
- 500 lb capacity davit w/electric winch
- Raymarine C-120W multifunction display
- Zodiac 12 man life raft
- Icom 504 VHF Radio
- 2xKAB 515 suspension seats
- Bus heater and defrost system
- Fire suppression system
- Bennet trim tabs
- 600 ltr. Fuel tank
November 3rd, 2010
This beautiful, custom built 38’ Eaglecraft cruiser has just been launched for our client who is now the proud owner of his 3rd Eaglecraft boat. This particular vessel features a quarter berth, custom made island bed, and separate head and shower units.
Powered by twin Volvo D6 370’s; this luxurious cruiser has a comfortable cruising speed of 29 knots with a max speed of 34 knots, and has a fuel range of up to 500 miles.
Our skilled technicians and staff are currently hard at work building a similar 38’ for another client.