EagleCraft Unveils Canada’s First Aluminum Boat with Quad 450s

Dec 21, 2023

EagleCraft Boats, a custom boat builder in Campbell River BC has launched its 42′ Cruiser as the first aluminum boat equipped with Quad Yamaha 450 horsepower outboards.

The cruiser’s quad Yamaha 450HP outboards underscores EagleCraft’s dedication to providing the latest and most powerful marine technology.

Internally, the 42′ Cruiser features a two-berth layout with a convertible settee, a separate head and shower, and a fully equipped galley. The interior is designed for comfort, including amenities such as air conditioning, a 12 KW generator, and a large house battery system for uninterrupted power during extended voyages.

Navigation is facilitated by Garmin electronics – including forward looking transducer and six 8616 units.

The inclusion of a Seakeeper ensures stability in varying sea conditions, while the FLIR camera adds an extra layer of safety and awareness.

EagleCraft’s commitment to both luxury and functionality is in every detail. From three in-deck insulated fish boxes to the diesel furnace heat and saltwater ice maker, this boat caters to those with a refined appreciation for comfort at sea. With a fuel capacity of 600 gallons, it ensures an extended ride.


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