Tiger Cape

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Used for film crews and equipment, freight transportation, remote site logistics, oil spill response, and emergency services; heated cabin, toilet, and comfortable seating.

  • Up to 6 passengers
  • Up to 7,000 pounds of freight
  • 22 knot cruise speed
  • Shallow beach access
  • 33′ long x 14′ wide 
  • Front deck, 12’x14’
  • Back deck, 7.5’ x 14

The vessel the Tiger Cape is a 33 foot long by 14 foot wide aluminum catamaran landing craft built in Sitka Alaska by Allen Marine in 2007.

The catamaran hull design provides for one of the safest, most comfortable and capable hull designs that enhances the performance of the boat, while maintaining a smooth ride for Kodiak waters. The symmetrical hulls provide directional stability in short swell conditions and following seas, while ensuring softness of ride and reduced wetted area, enhancing comfort and economy. The boat features a wide tunnel with a high ceiling between the hulls. This allows free passage of wind-waves underneath without slamming against the underside of the deck above.

For those of you worried about getting sea sick, the Tiger Cape has a 14 foot wide beam that provides for little side roll in a swell helping to keep you from feeling queasy. The tall tunnel height and narrow entry point ensure a smooth transition through the chop.

The drop down bow and shallow draft of the catamaran allow for easy loading and unloading of a wide variety of cargo and makes accessing remote locations very easy and safe for walk on, walk off situations. The cabin is outfitted with heat, bathroom and comfortable seating as well as state of the art navigation and communication equipment.

The Tiger Cape is equipped with twin powerful Suzuki outboards mounted on Atlas Jack plates for a shallow draft and access to shallow beaches and lagoons that other vessels are not able to access. This winning combination will take you to your destination safely and quietly and ensure that your cargo gets to where it needs to in a timely manner with a 22 knot cruise speed.

The Tiger Cape is capable of carrying up to 7,000 pounds and 6 passengers. Our vessel is equipped with extra large fuel tanks and powerful and fuel efficient outboards, allowing us to access all of Kodiak Island at a cruise speed between 20 and 24 miles per hour. The front deck of the tiger cape is 12’x14’ with 7’ wide bow door. The back deck is 7.5’ x 14’.

This vessel is well suited and has been used for film crews and equipment, freight transportation remote site logistics, Oil Spill response and emergency services and crew transportation. A heated cabin, toilet, and comfortable seating are just some of the amenities you’ll find on board.

M&M

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Commonly used for vehicle and freight transportation, oil spill and emergency response, film crews and equipment.

  • Up to 6 passengers
  • Up to 7,000 pounds of freight
  • 20 knot cruise speed
  • Shallow beach access
  • 33′ long x 13′ wide 
  • Front deck, 20’x13’
  • 3 Suzuki 300 HP Outboards

Built in 2009 by Emerson Boat; works in Kodiak Alaska, The unique M-hull creates lift, reduces drag, and improves performance. The M-hull eliminates the speed limitations of displacement craft. It is a major breakthrough in hull design because the more pressure is captured in the tunnels, the higher the boat rises out of the water, the faster it goes and the less draft it has. In simple terms, the M-hull generates bow wave like any other boat. However, it recaptures that wave immediately with its side skirting and forces it spiraling through the tunnels. As the water mixes with air it creates a cushion to push the hull higher out of the water, and thus reduces drag, increases speed, suppresses wake and cushions the ride with less slamming and rolling.

The M&M is equipped with comfortable seating, a heated cabin and a large front cargo deck. The front deck is 20’x13’ with a 6’ wide door and can transport up to 6 passengers and up to 7,000 pounds. The M&M is powered by tripple Suzuki 300 horse power outboards also mounted on Atlas jack Plates. This winning combination will take you to your destination safely and quietly and ensure that your cargo gets to where it needs to in a timely manner. The M&M has a 20 knot cruise speed.

This vessel is well suited for Freight transportation, oil spill and emergency response and film crews and equipment.

Cuda

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This is a great vessel for Marine Eco-tourism, film crews and equipment, and crew transportation.

  • Up to 6 passengers
  • 24 knot cruise speed
  • Shallow beach access
  • 34′ long x 11′ wide 
  • Twin Suzuki Outboards

Built in 2009 by Seawolf, The Cuda is a fine entry Monohull built for Alaskan waters. She is 34’ long by 11’ wide. She has a 24 knot cruise with a well appointed interior. It features a heated cabin, full head and galley and large rear deck. The Cuda is equipped with twin powerful Suzuki outboards mounted on Atlas Jack plates for a shallow draft and access to shallow beaches and lagoons that other vessels are not able to access. This winning combination will take you to your destination safely and quietly and ensure that you get to where you need to in a timely manner. This Vessel is well suited for Marine Eco-tourism, film crews and equipment and crew transportation.

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