ACI Boats, Port Townsend, Wash., has delivered the 50'x17', 49-passenger catamaran Noble Eagle to Eagle Charters, Elfin Cove, Alaska. The Noble Eagle is a USCG Subchapter T certified passenger vessel designed to comfortably transport passengers from Juneau, Alaska, to Elfin Cove, Alaska, for private lodges.
The vessel is a 50’ catamaran with a hydraulic beaching ramp. Powered by four 425-hp Yamaha outboards, the Noble Eagle cruises at a speed of 30 knots, with a top speed of 46 knots. The boat has twin-300-gal. fuel tanks.
The main cabin has luxury Freedman seating for 26 passengers, centerline dinettes for 12 passengers, a barista station, and direct glazed windows throughout for enhanced visibility and natural light.
Noble Eagle features below deck crew quarters on the port and starboard sides, with single beds, gear lockers, access ladders, and emergency escape hatches.
The upper deck has seating for 12 with two open air tables and benches under the bimini, a row of Freedman seats along the aft of the upper deck, and ample storage.
The pilothouse has dual Bentley Yachtsman helm seats with suspension pedestals, and a convertible day bed. The boat is outfitted with Raymarine electronics and a Yamaha Helm Master joystick steering system to help the Noble Eagle maneuver through the choppy Alaskan waters.