We are proud to announce the successful launch of Daigle Marine’s biggest, baddest aluminum landing craft to date.
We have many years of experience building small passenger vessels designed to carry up to 12 people +1 at the helm. Le Pelerin and Le Petit Lievre were both built to comply with Transport Canada Marine Safety’s (TCMS) proposed Construction Standard TP 1332. We specialize in custom built vessels that will meet your needs along with Transport Canada, as well as Canadian and American Coast Guard safety regulations. 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.
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. 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.

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. Our vessels can be found operating year round from Coast to Coast and from Alaska to California.
Lawrence River, is powered by twin, 260-hp Volvo KAD44 diesels on Volvo DPE sterndrives which provide 36-knot top speed, 30-knot cruise.
Meet Eagle 44, a 31′ 12 passenger EagleCraft, powered with a Volvo D9-500 (500HP diesel) and driven by an Arneson ASD10 surface drive. The Port of Nanaimo sees a considerable amount of ship traffic on a daily basis, including cruise ships using their new terminal. This particular vessel features a quarter berth, custom made island bed, and separate head and shower units.
Every EagleCraft manufactured here in Campbell River is built to withstand the tough conditions faced on the West coast. We have designed and built many sizes up to 36′ to preform almost any type of passenger and cargo service.

This vessel, however, is on its way to its new Arctic home in Inuvik, NWT, where it will be operated by Sugloo Marine Services. Ranging from hard working water taxis, crew boats, whale watching, inter-island school buses and resort shuttles. Both vessels are used by Duvetnor to transport guests and freight to their remote lodges and cabins located throughout lower St. 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. We specialize in custom built vessels that will meet your need along with Transport Canada, Canadian and US Coast Guard Safety regulations.

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