John Deere powered ferries of the arctic…
The Seaspan Protector was designed by Robert Allan Design Ltd. Seaspan ULC is the vessel’s owner and operator. With a length of 23 m. (76.5’), a breadth of 7.32 m. (24’) and a draft of 3.66m. (12’), the Protector is a heavy service towing vessel with a displacement of 149 tonnes (GRT).
We installed a 85 hp keel-cooled John Deere marine diesel in this new 40′ pleasure boat vessel built by Reyse Marine of Surrey, BC.
We installed two 375 hp John Deere marine engines in this Canadian Coast Guard pollution response vessel. This boat has a 49′ aluminum hull.
We supplied two John Deere marine engines in this pleasure boat.
A custom marine propulsion unit with a ZF marine transmission, sealed instrument panel and radiator cooling. No hull penetrations were permitted in an open Canadian Coast Guard rescue vessel.
Twin John Deere PowerTech 6090SFM85 Tier 3 engines each deliver 373 kW (500 hp) of on-the-water power for the two new jet-propelled water taxis operated by Tymac Launch Service of Vancouver, BC. Measuring 11.27 meters (37 feet) long and sporting
These passenger-only boats ply False Creek, connecting downtown Vancouver with Granville Island.
The Inlet Rustler is powered by twin Mitsubishi engines and has a Kubota powered generator set.
We completed a “supply and install” contract for a government agency at a remote site in Northern British Columbia.
This vessel was built by Westcoast Custom Yachts in Mission, BC.
We have reliable equipment running from Canada’s far north to South America to Africa and Asia.