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Armstrong Marine USA of Port Angeles, Washington Launches New Identity as BRIX MARINE

Since 1991, Armstrong Marine has earned a solid reputation for pioneering and crafting the world’s most rugged aluminum catamarans and workboats. The company was founded in Canada and moved to Port Angeles, WA in 2001. Joining Bryton Marine Group in 2017 fortified the company’s focus on their Core Values and a strategic plan securing their […]

Armstrong Marine USA Delivers Glacier Bay Pilot Boat

Gustavus, AK – Armstrong Marine USA of Port Angeles, WA recently delivered the 45’8” x 16’ semi-displacement catamaran Serac to the National Park Service (NPS) for use in Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve. NPS selected Armstrong Marine’s proposal to build the Jutson Marine design in a competitive solicitation process last year. The vessel will […]

Armstrong Marine To Build Hat Island Passenger Ferry

Port Angeles, WA – Boatbuilder Armstrong Marine USA has been selected to construct a custom passenger ferry for the community of Hat Island, Washington. The 49-passenger USCG Subchapter T vessel features a galley, head, Northern Lights 9kW generator, Garmin/NMEA electronics package, and PA system. The 45’ x 18’ 4” semi-displacement catamaran is designed with shaft […]

Inside Passage Yacht Sales Announces New Partnership with Custom Builders Armstrong Marine and EagleCraft

Armstrong Marine USA is excited to announce a new partnership with Inside Passage Yacht Sales (IPYS) and EagleCraft. This partnership will connect boaters in the Puget Sound to Armstrong’s signature recreational catamarans and EagleCraft’s premium cruiser collection. IPYS will apply their personalized, industry leading sales service to represent the two portfolios, which range from 29’ […]

Armstrong Marine USA Delivers New Recreational Catamaran

Port Angeles, WA – The Mary James, a 35’ x 13’ planing catamaran with full width superstructure, was recently delivered after successful sea trials in late May. Designed and built by Armstrong Marine USA, the 3513-CTC is part of Armstrong’s growing portfolio of custom built recreational catamarans. Twin Yamaha 425hp outboards paired with Helm Master […]

AMUSA Building Liberty National Golf Club Vessel

The 46’ x 15’ planing catamaran, dubbed Liberty National I, is currently under construction at Armstrong Marine USA’s Port Angeles, Washington facility. Completion is slated for this spring. Liberty National Golf Club selected the Armstrong Marine USA design last year. The vessel will transport passengers between North Cove Marina in New York and the private […]

Armstrong Marine USA Delivers Second IPS-Drive Catamaran

Imperial Beach, CA – Armstrong Marine USA, Port Angeles, Washington, has delivered a new 42’ x 16’ catamaran research vessel, Benthic Cat, to Orca Maritime, Inc. after successful launch and sea trials in Port Angeles Harbor. Orca Maritime selected the design after Armstrong delivered the same 4216-CTC model to UC San Diego’s Scripps Institution of […]

New Research Vessel Bob and Betty Beyster to Arrive at Scripps Institution of Oceanography Thanks to Private Support

A new, fast coastal research vessel will join the fleet of ships managed by Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego thanks to a philanthropic initiative that raised more than $1.2 million in honor of the late Dr. J. Robert Beyster, founder of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), and his widow […]