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The Maritime Executive

Armstrong Marine Builds New RHIB for Bay Voyager

Tour company Bay Voyager will add the 11.3m RHIB to their fleet this spring. Designed by Naiad and currently under construction at Armstrong’s Port Angeles production facility, the 11.3 x 4 meter monohull features a semi-open cabin design with full width aft canopy and heavy duty fendering system. Twin Yamaha 300hp outboards and 265-gallon fuel capacity bring a wealth of points of interest within easy reach.

Captain Charles Jennings of Bay Voyager said, “This new boat will provide an expanded route with views of Alcatraz, wildlife, and the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges. It will be one of the most comprehensive and unique tours departing from the waterfront. We’re excited to be working with Armstrong Marine USA to offer this one of a kind experience on a one of a kind vessel.”!

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WORKBOAT

Armstrong Marine building bay tour boat for San Francisco

Tour company Bay Voyager will add a 37’x13′ RIB to its fleet this spring. Designed by Naiad and currently under construction at Armstrong Marine USA’s Port Angeles, Wash., production facility, the new monohull will feature a semi-open cabin design with full width aft canopy and heavy duty fendering system.

Twin Yamaha 300-hp outboards and 265-gal. fuel capacity will bring several points of interest within easy reach.

“This new boat will provide an expanded route with views of Alcatraz, wildlife, and the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges,” Capt. Charles Jennings of Bay Voyager said in a prepared statement. “It will be one of the most comprehensive and unique tours departing from the waterfront. We’re excited to be working with Armstrong Marine USA to offer this one-of-a-kind experience on a one of a kind vessel.”

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Peninsula Daily News

ON THE WATERFRONT: New designs and familiar vessels in Port Angeles

Armstrong Marine, the aluminum boat manufacturer on Highway 101 midway between Sequim and Port Angeles, is busy building vessels and scouring the boating industry horizon for future projects.

Armstrong is currently building a 37 foot Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat (RHIB) for the San Francisco based tour boat company Bay Voyager. The monohull vessel features a semi-open cabin design with full-width aft canopy and heavy duty fendering system. Twin Yamaha 300hp outboards and 265-gallon fuel capacity bring a wealth of points of interest within easy reach.

Read the whole story on the Peninsula Daily News

MarineLog

Armstrong Marine USA building San Francisco Bay tour boat

San Francisco tour company Bay Voyager is to add an 11.3 meter RHIB tour boat to its fleet this spring. Designed by Naiad and currently under construction at Armstrong Marine USA’s Port Angeles, Wash., production facility, the 11.3 meter x 4 meter monohull features a semi-open cabin design with full width aft canopy and heavy duty fendering system.

Twin Yamaha 300 hp outboards and 265-gallon fuel capacity give it the range to bring a wealth of points of interest within easy reach.

“This new boat will provide an expanded route with views of Alcatraz, wildlife, and the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges,” said Captain Charles Jennings of Bay Voyager. “It will be one of the most comprehensive and unique tours departing from the waterfront. We’re excited to be working with Armstrong Marine USA to offer this one of a kind experience on a one of a kind vessel.”

Read the whole story on MarineLog.

U.S. News

The 7 Best San Francisco Boat Tours

It's No Secret many of San Francisco's most iconic landmarks, including the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz and Fisherman's Wharf, are best seen from the water. Because of this, there are a variety of boat tours – from sunset sails to whale watching excursions – for San Francisco visitors to choose from. To help you narrow down your search, U.S. News relied on expert input and traveler opinion to determine the seven best San Francisco boat tours.

Read the entire article at U.S. News Travel