Archive for the ‘Our Boats in Action’ Category

July 24th, 2018

Our EagleCraft 33' Cruiser with New Layout

New EagleCraft 33 Cruiser featuring all new layout. This boat is available and for sale More information on the link below. This boat is powered by a single Volvo Penta D6-400 HP diesel which provides a 25 kt cruise burning 15 US gallon per hour.

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Posted by Nathan Wallace

January 17th, 2015

EagleCraft 39' Patrol/Pilot Vessel 'NPA Osprey'

Daigle Marine was proud to build this 39′ pilot/patrol vessel for the Nanaimo Port Authority in 2013. Powered with twin Volvo D6-370’s on v-drives and outfitted with top of the line electronics and navigation equipment, this vessel is an incredibly valuable asset to the port’s operations and security establishment.

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Posted by nathan

October 19th, 2014

43' EagleCraft Patrol/Pilot Vessels in Action

Port Metro Vancouver is responsible for maintaining the safe and efficient movement of marine traffic and cargo within its jurisdiction.

Our operations centre is on task 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and our Harbour Patrol Officers and security staff monitor activities within our jurisdiction, communicate with other agencies and help coordinate response efforts in emergency situations.

Posted by nathan

November 1st, 2010

Our Landing Craft Assists with Oil Spill Cleanup

In response to the tragic BP oil spill disaster in the Gulf, there has been a huge demand for durable aluminum vessels by cleanup contractors and government agencies.

A rugged design, hydraulically operated ramp and on-board crane combined with plenty of deck space and a low draft made this 32’ Landing Craft ideal for the task at hand. The vessel is also compliant with US Coast Guard and Department of Transport regulations.

We have previously built custom aluminum Landing Crafts, ranging from 28’ to 42’, and are currently in the process of building another 32’ in our shop. They are well suited for transporting supplies, equipment and vehicles to remote locations.

Posted by Editor