Campbell River's Daigle Marine ‘Understands’ Big Port’s Needs

Posted: January 16, 2014  |  By: Paul Rudan [Campbell River Mirror]

Building new patrol boats isn’t all about outfitting them with the latest technology and gadgetry.

The proper gear and electronics are always important, but when you’re working 12-hour days on the water, the “little things” like comfort and visibility are critical for the crew.

“We have actual head room – you don’t have to duck to get into the cabin,” says Jason Krott, a boat master with Port Metro Vancouver (PMV). “But what I like most of all is the visibility!”

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