New Catamaran from Seascape Marine

Monday, February 13, 2006
Seascape Marine Builders, an affiliate of Seaforth Marine Group, both of Maple Ridge, has almost finished its 72-foot, jet-powered catamaran, titled appropriately, the Ultimate2, which costs about $7 million. The customer is a German client in the Dominican Republic. It took two years to build the boat, from scratch, in the Albion Industrial Park. The Ultimate2 is designed to speed across the water at 80 km/h on its hydrofoils.Two 1,650-horsepower Rolls Royce engines, which will power the water jets. (Source: Maple Ridge News)
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