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All American Marine launches 77’ Research Vessel for Duke University

All American Marine, Inc. (AAM) has completed construction and launched an aluminum research and survey vessel for Duke University. The Duke University Marine Lab (DUML) is a hydrofoil-assisted catamaran and is an exemplary arrangement from Teknicraft Design. AAM is the exclusive builder of Teknicraft Design hulls in North America.

The new 77’ x 26.5’ vessel was based upon two successful Teknicraft Design vessels AAM built for NOAA. Teknicraft’s patented hydrofoil-assisted hull design is proven to have industry-leading low-wake wash energy and fuel economy. The vessel is powered by twin Tier 3 CAT C18 “D” ACERT engines, rated at 803 bhp/2100 rpm. The vessel has a cruising speed of 24 knots. The vessel has liveaboard accommodations for 14 More

Congratulations to Harbor Breeze Cruises!

All American Marine is proud to be the preferred catamaran builder for Harbor Breeze Cruises, and their continued success over the years! Our innovative operators are leading the way in their respective industries, and we look forward to what the future holds for the Harbor Breeze crew! Check out this great video from the Banc of California on their Marquee Client.

All American Marine delivers Lady Swift to Kitsap Transit

All American Marine, Inc. (AAM) has completed construction and delivered the last of three low wake and high-speed passenger vessels built for Kitsap Transit based in Bremerton, Wa. The Lady Swift, an aluminum catamaran coupled to a composite superstructure and a dynamic carbon fiber hydrofoil, was delivered to Bremerton on Friday, July 26, 2019.  The vessel was designed by Teknicraft Design Auckland, New Zealand and will operate on Kitsap’s current cross-sound ferry route between Bremerton and downtown Seattle, alongside the recently delivered Reliance.

The design of the new 78’ x 28’ vessel was based upon the successful ultra-low-wake Rich Passage 1 (RP1), built by All American Marine in 2011.  AAM, the exclusive builder of Teknicraft Design in More

All American Marine Delivers Low-Wake Ferry to Kitsap Transit

All American Marine, Inc. (AAM) has delivered the second of three low wake and high-speed passenger vessels for Kitsap Transit. The Reliance, an aluminum catamaran with a composite superstructure, was launched in Bellingham on March 6, 2019, and has been undergoing sea trials and wake-wash testing this past month.  During these test periods and in a light-laden condition, the crew observed the vessel capable of speeds in excess of 45 knots, over 50 mph. The vessel was designed by Teknicraft in Auckland, New Zealand and will operate on Kitsap’s current cross-sound ferry route between Bremerton and downtown Seattle.

The design of the new vessel was based upon the successful ultra-low-wake Rich Passage 1 (RP1), built by More

Catamaran for Duke University Roll Over Video

 

 

Check out the rollover process for a Teknicraft catamaran currently under construction for Duke University. The 72′ research vessel will have wet labs and dry labs, oceanographic equipment, a galley and sleeping quarters. It will be an ocean-going classroom to train undergraduate and graduate students in oceanography and marine biology at the Duke Marine Lab at Beaufort, North Carolina. It will also be used to support science outreach programs for local K-12 teachers, students, and community members. Researchers and instructors from other institutions will also be able to charter the vessel for scientific or educational purposes.

All American Marine Launches new Ultra Low-Wake Ferry

All American Marine, Inc. (AAM) has completed construction and launched the second of three low wake and high-speed passenger vessels for Kitsap Transit. The Reliance, an aluminum catamaran with a composite superstructure, was launched in Bellingham on March 6, 2019.  The vessel was designed by Teknicraft in Auckland, New Zealand and will operate on Kitsap’s current cross-sound ferry route between Bremerton and downtown Seattle.

The design of the new vessel was based upon the successful ultra-low-wake Rich Passage 1 (RP1), built by All American Marine in 2011.  AAM, the exclusive builder of Teknicraft Design hulls in North America, was tapped as the sole source to build this vessel.  Teknicraft’s patented hydrofoil-assisted hull design is proven to More

All American Marine Launches New Hybrid Catamaran

All American Marine recently launched the Waterman for Kitsap Transit on February 5th, to a beautiful day here in Bellingham. The 70′ x 26′ USCG Subchapter T, hybrid-electric passenger vessel was designed by Glosten in Seattle, and will serve as a water taxi, transporting 150 passengers between Bremerton, Port Orchard, and Annapolis Washington. Featuring BAE’s HybriDrive system, the Waterman is the second Hybrid Electric vessel built by All American Marine. The first being the Enhydra, WorkBoat’s 2018 Boat of the year. Stay tuned for more information and videos as we conduct sea trials and explore the benefits of a hybrid propulsion system in a passenger vessel! More

WorkBoat names its 2018 Boat of the Year

WorkBoat recognized the 10 Significant Boats of 2018 and named its Boat of the Year at an awards ceremony at the International WorkBoat Show Thursday morning. The 2018 Boat of the year was the Enhydra, a 600-passenger hybrid tour vessel built by All American Marine for Red and White Fleet.

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