Noah Thompson Design and Lee Shore Boats in Port Angeles, Washington (USA) are collaborating on a new range of power catamaran designs ranging from 9-16m. The designs are specific to the North West commercial operators. Using my proven hull designs, Lee Shore Boats customize cabins and layouts to suit local customers. Lee Shore Boats also build a wide range of landing craft, work boats, and custom one off builds. https://leeshoreboats.com
This professionally built 22 meter Passenger Craft is designed for a commercial operator or resort, catering for clients on scenic day cruises, snorkeling and / or diving excursions and social events.
Cool breezes and sweeping views are optimized by the open sided hard top design; providing protection from the sun, with the option of roll down clears if required.
The vessel features a commercial style galley with stainless steel appliances and additional wet bar forward. Easy access to the water is via the dual walk through transoms with fresh water showers available.
Cruise ship support:
The vessels high freeboard has resulted in three separate boarding heights being available; these are ideally suited for the transport of visiting cruise ship passengers to shore or direct to an island / excursion.
Raised helm with easy access ample storage underneath for supplies
Day bar with cold drink storage and ice machine
Equipment & service bar with secure storage for stock in trade
Seating approval for 130 passengers including 4 crew
Galley full commercial grade
Separate male & female toilets; spacious and well appointed
Side boarding access at three points.
Dual 65 person life rafts
Anchor system including windlass and thrusters
Open sided hard top with roll down clears
Bose sound system and interconnected video / karaoke capability
This vessel cuts nicely through the water and is economical to run. The owner has now decide to retire after many years of business operations in Fiji, and this new vessel is now for sale.
Recently launched is this unique sectional barge design, that joins down the center-line, and is able to be detached and packed one side on the other inside a 40' shipping container. The design came about from a film & tv production company requiring a barge to be shipped to remote locations economically as shipping on a flat rack was an expensive exercise every year. The M-Skiff hulls offer great offshore performance, stability, the ability to rest level on the beach if required.