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When Shediac Bay Cruises was first founded in 1998, we sailed aboard the SEASCAPE DIVERS, a 40-foot converted traditional Lobster boat with a 14-passenger capacity. In May of 2002, a custom-built 53-foot vessel with a 65-passenger capacity was launched, and a new era began. Originally named TAKING SUGGESTIONS, the boat was renamed AMBASSADOR in 2004.

The AMBASSADOR was built with your comfort and safety in mind. It meets and exceeds the Transport Canada safety guidelines and has phenomenal stability. Its main deck can be completely heated, has a 360-degree view and will seat 56 people eating at tables. We have to clean and two spacious washrooms. No amount of rain, wind or snow can put a damper on the good times.
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Technical details

• Port of registry: Moncton, NB
• Length: 14.69 m (48.2’)
• Beam: 5.37 m (17.62’)
• Depth: 1.88 m (6.17’)
• Tonnage: 27.42 gross (20.57 net)
• Wood hull
• Propulsion: Cummings 157 kW (210 CV)
• Built in March 2002 by Iris Mazerolle of
Richibucto-Village, NB

 
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