What has Munson been doing lately?

Working our afts off!!!   Here’s a first look at our most recent deliveries.  Check back periodically to see the latest and greatest from Munson Boats.

52-6 Expedition

Southeast Alaska Adventures offers tours of Glacier Bay National Park with the 50’ M/V Alaskan Kusti, a USCG certified passenger vessel for sightseeing, fishing and hunting. The vessel has a large cabin, full galley, and fish holds, along with amenities like a Maxilift crane and Quad Yamaha 425 engines for 40 knot top speed.

36-15 Water Taxi

Island Opportunity Charters in Bellingham, WA, offers water taxi and freight services in the San Juan Islands with a USCG-certified 36′ Munson boat. It can carry 12 passengers and 3500 lbs of freight on the forward deck. It’s ideal for heavy loads and rough waters while ensuring passenger and crew safety and comfort.

34-8 Survey

David Evans & Associates is a leading expert in accurate hydrographic and geophysical surveys for various applications. Their new 34′ Munson survey vessel features an open transom design with hydraulic A-frame and deck winch, rotating sonar arms, a generator for power, survey desk, head compartment, and dual control stations with joystick piloting and dynamic positioning.

32-48 Fire

James City County Fire Department in Virginia has chosen a 32′ Munson fire boat to enhance their firefighting and search and rescue capabilities. The boat includes a Darley fire pump, TFT monitor, cabin with heating and air conditioning, Raymarine displays, FLIR thermal imaging camera, and twin Suzuki engines with joystick piloting and hydraulic jack plates for shallow water operations.

32-47 Sport

M/V Jocko Clark is a boat designed for transporting guests to and from an island summer home in comfort, seating up to 6 passengers. It has a walk through cabin with a heater, galley with kitchen amenities, aft control station, downriggers, davit and pot puller, bow deck seat lockers, easy-access side doors, and Lewmar hatches providing natural light inside the cabin.

32-20 Dive

Houston Police Dive Team’s 32′ Munson is used for search and recovery and imaging of underwater scenes by its highly-trained divers. The boat has ladders, bottle racks, swimmer rails, a large air-conditioned cabin with work tables and shock-mitigating seats, a 1000 lb davit, tow post, fresh water washdown and a heavy-duty triple axle trailer.

28-71 Sport

This 28′ Packcat is used to explore the San Juan Islands. It has twin Honda engines with joystick controls, suspension seats, porta-potti, Scotty downriggers, davit with windlass, cabin heater, SeaDek flooring, stereo and mooring bridle, and it can deploy a Highfield aluminum dinghy with a roof mounted Steelhead crane.

26-56 Patrol

Katmai National Park in southwest Alaska covers 6395 sq. miles. Park rangers use a 26′ Munson boat equipped with pilot/co-pilot suspension seats, passenger seat lockers, and a Webatso forced air cabin heater for law enforcement, emergencies, and rescues. Twin Yamaha 150 outboards, a tow post, engine guard, and EZ Loader trailer are also included.

26-54 Fire

East Pierce Fire & Rescue use this 26′ Munson boat on Lake Tapps for its 45 miles of shoreline and hundreds of waterfront homes and parks. It has twin 150 Honda engines on hydraulic jack plates for shallow water, a side dive door, two dive ladders, bottle racks, tow post, engine guard, push knees, and a Hale fire pump with bow mounted TFT monitor.

24-45 Sport

Klawock, located on Prince of Wales Island, is home to the first cannery and oldest hatchery for salmon in Alaska. The 24′ “Valhalla Boat” was built for the exceptional fishing and hunting in the area and it has options like a bow control station, side boarding door, kicker bracket, trim tabs, and cabin with forced-air heater and seating.

Our clients say it best…

“We would like to express our excitement at seeing the new PACKCAT yesterday. She is coming along beautiful, the workmanship is excellent. The layout is superb. We are very impressed and must commend your crew, they were all smiling with pride and hard at it. The shop was buzzing and dust was flying! Your crew makes the difference between your success and that of your so-called competition, you left them sucking hind teat. We extend our appreciation for the hard efforts of all of you!”

Gary & Garrett
Gardiner Beach, Washington