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DIVE BOATS

Armstrong Marine builds and designs vessels to be comfortable and reliable. These two characteristics form the foundation on which Armstrong catamaran dive boats are built. The designs are proven as top performers featuring ample work space, multiple diver retrieval locations, and overall ease of use. Make your next dive boat an Armstrong built craft.

3213-HTC

The High Tunnel Catamaran (HTC) was specifically designed to increase passenger comfort in high performance multihulls. By reducing tunnel interference, Armstrong Marine offers unparalleled comfort in rough seas. The raised pilot house of this 32' vessel leaves the entire main deck to the passengers, which is complete with a centrally located camera table, ample dive tank storage, and a generous forward viewing area.

Length: 32’

Beam: 13’

Lightship: 12,000 lb

HP: Twin Yamaha 300hp Outboards

Cruise: 28 kn

MPG: 1.4

PAX: 16

3213-HTC

Built on the same proven High Tunnel (HTC) hull form as its predecessors, this dive boat features an open walk-through style cabin and ample aft deck seating. The bow is accessible between twin forward cuddy cabins, one allocated to the storage of snorkel gear, and the other providing a house for the onboard head. Beaching is made easy with a drop door at the bow that facilitates smooth on-and-off for all passengers. A retractable awning offers shade over the aft deck, while padded flooring grants traction and protection for bare feet.

Length: 32’

Beam: 13’

Lightship: 13,000 lb

HP: Twin Suzuki 300hp Outboards

Cruise: 28 kn

MPG: 1.3

PAX: 18

4016-CTC

This 40’ dive tour catamaran is the perfect vessel to create a memorable and safe excursion. The inflatable slide off the forward bow is the best way to make a splash, and after a short swim, both port and starboard ladders make re-entry easy. A point-of-sale counter provides food and merchandising, as perimeter and centerline bench seating keep passengers comfortable and gear dry. Complete with BBQ and sunshade, there is no better way to enjoy a scenic waterscape with an unobstructed view.

Length: 40’

Beam: 16’

Lightship: 19,000 lb

HP: Quad Evinrude 250hp Outboards

Cruise: 31 kn

MPG: 0.9

PAX: 49

WHALE WATCHING VESSELS

Armstrong Marine is a world leader in aluminum eco-tourism boat construction. We use cutting edge technologies and highly trained world class personnel to provide high quality vessels. We know each client needs efficiency, reliability, and comfort, and we're committed to providing just that without any compromises in the safety of the crew and passengers.

3514-CTC

A walk-around style cabin combined with spacious foredeck and accessible upper deck ensure that every passenger has a clear sightline on this 35’ whale watching vessel. A toasty cabin keeps passengers warm and dry between sightings, as an onboard head enables tours to last longer. Available in both bow-lander and raised foredeck configurations, either sightseeing or excursion adventures can be prioritized on this 30-passenger model.

Length: 35’

Beam: 14’

Lightship: 15,000 lb

HP: Twin Yamaha 350hp Outboards

Cruise: 31 kn

MPG: 1.1

PAX: 30

4818-HTC

The ultimate in interior comfort, the 4818-HTC boasts plush seating, gratuitous legroom, an onboard head, and ample heat. Along with the impeccable ride of a High Tunnel Catamaran, this vessel seemingly turns even the choppiest seas into glass. Large windows deliver a stunning view of the surroundings, and for those who desire the spray of the sea, exterior viewing space is in abundance at both the fore and upper decks. A raised, closed pilot house keeps the captain out of the elements, and above the heads of the whale spotters below.

Length: 48’

Beam: 18’

Lightship: 30,000 lb

HP: Quad Suzuki 350hp Outboards

Cruise: 26 kn

MPG: 0.6

PAX: 49

5117-CTC

The twin diesel waterjets of this 51’ vessel guarantee that passengers spend less time in transit and more time watching whales. Seating for 49 inside the cabin provide a haven from the weather, and with spacious aft, upper, and fore decks, no sightseer will be without a clear line of sight. Hard top awnings keep the sun and rain off heads, and an accessible aft swim step offers tourists an up-close location to observe the water.

Length: 51’

Beam: 17’

Lightship: 41,000 lb

HP: Twin Scania DI13 750hp w/ Ultrajet UJ410

Cruise: 28 kn

MPG: 0.6

PAX: 49

7626-CTC

This Gregory Marshall design boasts everything required for large groups of passengers to enjoy the comfort and adventure of a seafaring tour. A spacious main deck prioritizes sightseeing from any spot in the cabin, and includes a concession stand to provide various amenities. Foredeck seating offers the best view of the approaching scenery, while the upper deck provides both covered and exposed seating for passengers who run either hot or cold.

Length: 76’

Beam: 26’

Lightship: 95,000 lb

HP: Quad Volvo D13 700hp w/ Ultrajet 377

Cruise: 28 kn

MPG: 0.4

PAX: 94

RHIB Tourism Vessels

Naiad has designed many eye-catching vessels specifically for tourism operators, never compromising on safety or reliability. Apart from the renowned low operating costs on a lineup of vessels from 8m to 14m, customizations are available on each Naiad to suit any particular purpose. A bow-boarding feature enables the operator to fold down a section of the bow fender, after which in-built steps provide passengers safe and easy access for beach landings. From eco-touring to whale watching, diving charters to water taxis, Naiad has the designs to perform virtually any activity.

Models

  • 6.8M - 8 Passenger (22')
  • 8M - 10 Passenger (26')
  • 10M - 12 Passenger (32')
  • 11.3M - 12 - 30 Passengers (37')
  • 12.6M - 30 - 40 Passengers (41')
  • 14M  - Up to 50 Passengers (46')

WATER TAXIS

Safety and Comfort surround your passengers while allowing you to transport the maximum number of passengers in your class. Armstrong Marine's hull and power options offer efficiency and reliability, while their cabin design allows your passengers to ride in comfort and style.

3713-ACT

Designed by Scott Jutson, this Asymmetric Catamaran (ACT) hull delivers exceptional stability, precise maneuvering, and unfettered handling at speed. Shock mitigating seats keep passengers steady for the entirety of the voyage, and a forward drop bow door accommodates any end destination. Complete with onboard head, tackle box, and second station helm, this stylish and sleek vessel cuts a striking image on the water, all while upholding the ruggedness and reliability of an aluminum catamaran.

Length: 37’

Beam: 13’

Lightship: 13,000 lb

HP: Twin Yamaha 350hp Outboards

Cruise: 25 kn

MPG: 0.9

PAX: 8

3814-CTC

When comfort is paramount to everything else, Armstrong Marine offers a line of luxury water taxis designed to ferry passengers in opulence. Open seating plans and lavish interior finishes turn the cabin into a lounge complete with mini-bar and stylish galley, while cabin configurations include the possibility of forward bow seating, or a double set of glass doors leading to the aft deck. Whether powered by inboard or outboard engines, the 3814-CTC provides a graceful ride and an elegant journey.

Length: 38’

Beam: 14’

Lightship: 18,000 lb

HP: 300hp – 425hp Outboards | Inboards

Cruise: 25 kn

MPG: 1.0

PAX: 18

4615-CTC

Originally designed as a luxury water taxi for Liberty National Golf Club, the 4615-CTC strikes a bold image on the water with twin Yamaha 425s, a lustrous vinyl wrap, and brilliant underwater lighting. Passengers entering the cabin are greeted with a lavish interior finish, and from underneath the plush settees of the climate-controlled cabin, flush mounted refrigerators slide out to reveal an assortment of libations. Moving past the rich upholstery of the lounge seating and through the cabin’s forward door grants access to the wrap-around bow seating, from which passengers can enjoy the beautiful scenery of their nimble voyage. Also featuring a small galley for snacks, onboard head, golf bag storage, aft second station, generator, and an entertainment electronic package, the 4615-CTC is truly a vessel set apart.

Length: 46’

Beam: 15’

Lightship: 22,000 lb

HP: Twin Yamaha 425hp Outboards

Cruise: 25 kn

MPG: 0.8

PAX: 30

5217-CTC

Twin waterjets drive this high-speed taxi forward, making sure that the commute from point A to B is as quick as it can be. Top quality seating keeps all 49 passengers content and relaxed on the voyage, as large windows offer a view of the passing landscape. An expansive aft deck provides a place for oversized luggage and cargo, and upper deck seating behind the raised pilot house provides passengers with the opportunity to grab some fresh sea air.

Length: 52’

Beam: 17’

Lightship: 46,000 lb

HP: Twin Scania DI16 900hp w/ Hamilton HJ403

Cruise: 34 kn

MPG: 0.6

PAX: 49

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