Naval Architects, Marine Engineers & Surveyors
The MV Copasetic
The MV ‘Copasetic’ is a 141′ Expedition Research Vessel built at Hike Metal Shipyard in Wheatley, Ont and launched in July, 2006. The vessel is classed and built under the survey of ABS for designation as A1 Commercial Yachting Service and is also built, inspected and certified to Maritime and Coast Guard (MCA) standards. She is powered by twin 1000hp Caterpillar engines and has a top speed of 14 knots.
There are six of these distinctive passenger ferries in use in Halifax Harbour Nova Scotia designed to Transport Canada requirements by E.Y.E Marine. They were originally constructed at the Pictou Industries Ltd shipyard and most recently at the facilities of A.F. Theriault & Son Ltd.
This RHIB was designed, built and certified to meet Transport Canada‘s small passenger vessel regulations. With a total complement of 50 persons (including 3 crew), it is the largest Transport Canada certified passenger RHIB in Canada. This vessel is owned/operated by Blue Heron Company of Tobermory, Ontario. It is used to transfer passengers to and from Flowerpot Island on Lake Huron.