Twin Anchors Marine

Published in the January 2012 Issue Published online: Jan 19, 2012
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Twin Anchors MarineTwin Anchors Marine has been owned and operated by the same family since 1977. Known for its innovation for decades, Twin Anchors continued this tradition in 2011 with the development of the Euro Edition. This series combines a molded fiberglass/foam sandwich cabin and deck structure with flush mounted structural glass. The first model was sold to a large yacht dealership in Russia with more to follow. All Twin Anchors boats feature an exclusive unitized cabin and bridge. This results in a seamless transition and gets away from the "bolt on" look of some upper decks. Its engineered bridgedeck truss system and no bearing interior walls allow for cathedral ceilings and complete freedom with floorplan design. This unitized construction is also found in the standard equipment hot tub surround and built-in bridge deck seating; all molded in rather than added on. The result is no joints, no leaks, no rot.

Twin Anchors has both exterior and interior design centers along with in-house transportation. In addition to being NMMA certified, Twin Anchors is an ISO 9000 registered company, assuring customers a quality control system second to none. In 2011 Twin Anchors achieved CE certification, paving the way for a growing market in Europe and Asia.

Located on Shuswap Lake in beautiful British Columbia, Twin Anchors offers truly custom houseboat designs for both private and rental use. Models include both two-level boats and tri-decks with a full height penthouse on the second level and a third level complete with wet bar, hot tub and entertainment center. Twin Anchor houseboats currently range in length from 31 to 75 feet and feature beams of 10 to 18 feet.

2011 Recap:

Twin Anchors Marine had a good year in 2011. Its new Euro Edition became a reality and development was started on a 75-foot Catamaran with a 22-foot beam. Boat production was augmented by an increase in production of TA structures.

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