AAM and Argosy sign contract for a new passenger vessel

Argosy Cruises intends to primarily deploy the new vessel on a route between Seattle waterfront and Blake Island in the Puget Sound (Impression: Teknicraft)

The 41.5m-long aluminium monohull vessel will be used for tourism sailings in Puget Sound’s Elliott Bay. Argosy selected AAM and Teknicraft Design as joint designers. The vessel will also be adaptable to provide private event charters. While on board, passengers will have panoramic windows from both the main deck and second deck cabins. The changeable floor layout of each passenger area will offer both fixed and configurable interior seating, elevator accessibility and fully equipped service bars. Two Scania DI 16-080M main engines will provide propulsion power, with auxiliary power supplied by Northern Lights 65-kW and 40-kW generators.

U.S. yard All American Marine (AAM) has an order from U.S. customer Argosy Cruises, based in Seattle, to build a tourism vessel for 500 passengers.

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