This 85-foot, fast response, combination passenger ro-ro vessel was completed for West Coast Launch in Spring 2019. Its large stern deck allows 15,000 lbs of freight to roll on and off, and makes it perfectly suited for survey and oil response work as passengers are easily deployed.
One of the premiere tour boats on Coastal B.C., this 72-foot catamaran comfortably accommodates 100 passengers on tours, private charters and corporate events. The vessel was custom built in 2007 and features floor to ceiling windows, upper and lower passenger cabins...
Sister boat to the Kitson, highly maneuverable twin-jet boat built in 2017 and capable of taking strong to moderate weather. Capable of running in deep or shallow water with a cruising speed of 30 knots and maximum speed of 40 knots, the Lelu is ideally suited for fast crew...
Sister boat to the Lelu, highly maneuverable twin-jet boat built in 2017 and capable of taking strong to moderate weather. Capable of running in deep or shallow water with a cruising speed of 30 knots and maximum speed of 40 knots, the Kitson is ideally suited for fast crew...
West Coast IV
A staple in the West Coast Launch fleet, the West Coast IV is a great all-around safe harbour boat. Ideal for crew runs and going alongside ships, the West Coast IV has a cruising speed of 22 knots and maximum speed of 27 knots...
Built in 2000, West Coast Launch’s original jet boat. Highly maneuverable with twin jets, and equipped with a davit crane, built for crew transportation, freight runs and bottom surveys. The New Dawn has a running speed of 27 knots...
A reliable vessel, the Northport provides a comfortable ride in heavy weather and is ideally suited for marine pilot launch, crew and light freight runs. The vessel cruises with a speed of 22 knots, and maximum speed of 27 knots...
Rebuilt in 1992, this twin-engine vessel accommodates up to 38 passengers and features a large deck for storing up to 9 pallets of freight. Runs well in all weather and cruises quietly at a speed of 23 knots and a maximum speed of 29 knots...