The Portland District US Army Corp of Engineers recently received a 32 x 10 ft Commander with a survey package add-on. The survey package includes a Furano navigation lot made up of radar, chart plotter, GPS, autopilot, and heading sensor. Located in Coos Bay, OR, the vessel will be used to operate off and near shore with VHF radios.

The Survey station accommodates two monitors with an HD monitor at the helm. Included are ac and DC power outlets for a 3,000-watt AC pure sine wave interior with mitigating shock seating. The exterior is equipped with a slide and swivel server rack, a galley for hot and fresh water, and a black water holding tank. A single beam through hull transducer sits on the bottom of the craft while a Universal Survey Mount sits on the gunwale for over-the-side sonar deployment. Overall, this fully loaded commander series Workskiff is ready for any and all the Portland District US Army Corp of Engineers’ survey needs.


“The boat exceeds my expectation in every way, it is built like a tank and is a very stable platform. We use it frequently for hip towing in the marina and for line hauling in the harbor.” – Jerry Hogan – MJ Hogan Inc.

MJ Hogan Marine is based in Savanna, Georgia, and generally uses its boats for line hauling, towing, stevedoring, marina maintenance, and as a rental for a movie production company. The vessel is outfitted with a custom large flat deck, tow post, engine guard, push knees, and a single Yamaha F250 outboard engine.


Utah is home to several lakes and resorts which is why Aramark ordered a custom work barge to maintain the marina of the Lake Powell resorts in Utah. The vessel was built in four sections at our facility in Sedro Woolley, WA then dry-assembled for fit and preconfiguring of all electrical and mechanical systems. Prior to shipment, the vessel was disassembled and loaded on a tractor-trailer for transport over the road as a 10 ft. wide load. The barge was unloaded at the customer’s site and the components were welded and the mechanical and electrical were completed. The process was complete within two weeks with three employees working 10 hours per day.

The barge is designed and built according to ABS and ABYC standards with a deck engineered and reinforced for crane function. With the Stellar 7500 lbs. capacity hydraulic boom crane, the deck is designed to withhold 250 lbs per square foot load and rate for 10,000 lbs capacity. The deck features an open floor plan with bench seating. The barge is outfitted with 12 VDC and 120 VAC power with twin Honda 200 HP iST engines.


High Sierra Marine requested a towing vessel to work in Lake Tahoe, California. The boat is equipped with a wing hybrid collar measuring an overall length of 25′. The cabin presents itself as a full walk-around space with a leaning bolster seat and a bench seat. The cabin includes AJR aluminum frame windows, two sliding side doors, and one port with one starboard.

Below the deck, custom storage for portable fuel tanks, pumps, and equipment are easily packable. Flush lifting eyes are integrated into the unit as well as a tow post and an engine guard with a protection fender. Along with twin Honda 225 HP engines, a lightbar and an aluminum I-Beam trailer complete the Lake Tahoe marine boat.


The Pacific Gas and Electric (PGE) dive boat is well equipped with everything necessary for success. Essentially used for maintenance at the California Diablo Canyon Power Plant, the PGE boat is part of our Commander Series measuring 27’ x 8.5’ with a T-Top Console. The craft is surrounded by a heavy-duty D rubber fender and includes an 18-degree deadrise. As well as a dive door, PGE chose to customize their dive boat with a dive ladder and a custom dive bottle rack. 

Powering the heavy-duty utility boat are twin Yamaha 150 HP DEC engines. The electrical system is rigged with a 12V DC electrical system, shore power, a battery charge, and a davit with an electric winch. Included with electrical makeup is a 120-gallon fuel capacity as well as a top-of-the-line Garmin GPS and radio system.


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