NEWSLETTER

In this issue...

In the Current
Take a look at our freshly splashed 3513-CTC, a recreational catamaran powered with Yamaha 425hp outboards.
The Next High Tide
Looking forward to a new ferry for local Hat Island, built on our 4518-DCT displacement hull.

NEWSLETTER

In this issue...

In the Current
Take a look at our freshly splashed 3513-CTC, a recreational catamaran powered with Yamaha 425hp outboards.
The Next High Tide
Looking forward to a new ferry for local Hat Island, built on our 4518-DCT displacement hull.

Summer - 2020

Summer 2020 at Armstrong has been a time of changing, adapting, and ramping up production as our county moved into Phase 2 of Washington State’s 4 phase reopening plan. We also just announced our partnership with Inside Passage Yacht Sales (IPYS) and EagleCraft, which will allow Washington state buyers first-class access to the best of our respective recreational line-ups. If you’re in Washington and in the market for a rec boat, you can now contact the experienced team at IPYS to choose between one of five Armstrong signature catamarans or one of four EagleCraft Cruisers. Finally, we were included in Marine News’ annual MN100 edition where they highlight significant companies serving the North American shallow draft market. Want to check it out? Online access is free (we are on page 14).

IN THE CURRENT

3513-CTC THE MARY JAMES

We recently launched The Mary James, a 35’ x 13’ Catamaran, part of our growing portfolio of custom built recreational vessels, and one of the five CATs available through our IPYS partnership.  The full width superstructure allows for a split cuddy option to sleep six.  

Twin 425hp Yamaha outboards with Helm Master electronic steering power the vessel. Sea trials indicate a cruise speed of 25 knots. The Mary James is well suited for fishing excursions, and the well-appointed cabin is designed for comfortable overnight trips.

THE NEXT HIGH TIDE

4518-DCT HAT ISLAND

On deck is the 45’ x 18’ 4” semi-displacement catamaran, Hat Island Ferry, currently under construction for the community of Hat Island, Washington. Hat Island is a small, private island community in Snohomish County, Washington. The island is nestled in Possession Sound between Everett, Whidbey, and Camano Islands and operates a weekly ferry schedule to and from the port of Everett. 

The vessel is designed with shaft & wheel propulsion powered by twin Cummins QSL9 405hp engines and SeaStar EPS Electronic steering. A head, cushioned bench seating, and plenty of luggage storage accommodate passengers.

Armstrong Marine USA designs and builds welded aluminum catamarans, monohulls, and Naiad RHIBs distinguished by quality craftsmanship and innovative design. We believe solutions exist to unique vessel demands, and we provide solutions to our clients every day, giving them the best possible opportunity to succeed on the water.

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