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History

Crescent Yachts began in 1986 in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, Canada. Since then they have developed a reputation as one of the most respected boat builders in all of North America due to their unique designs, craftsmanship, and overall quality of their yachts. They specialize in composite luxury motoryachts up to 146 feet long, which are often customized in order to meet any and all of the owner’s needs. Crescent was the first North American boat builder to earn full Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) approval, and continues to strictly stand by the MCA safety codes. Over the past two decades, Crescent has expanded their company’s facilities by opening multiple locations in order to work on their “succession of landmark projects”. Their main facility, shared with their sister company, Queenship Yachts, is a 90,000 square foot, 9.6 acre site that includes 1400 feet of water frontage on the Fraser River for testing new models. This location is known for being a center of ocean commerce, boatbuilding, and forest product industries.

Crescent Yachts has a full staff of top marine engineers and yacht designers who are the reasons why each boat is tediously and prestigiously made to exceed all standards. Worldspan Marine is the exclusive manufacturer of Crescent and Queenship yachts, which has had a strong reputation in the global luxury motoryacht market throughout the years. For the past 24 years, Crescent has created and produced over 25 different models of yachts, which has ultimately led up to their newest and most advanced yacht ever made, the 144 Tri-Deck. The 144 Tri-Deck was designed by world-renowned naval designer, Jonathan Quinn Barnett, and delivers the highest performance using the newest and most innovative technology as well as containing the most luxurious features a yacht can give to its owner. Crescent Yachts can be purchased new or used directly through Worldspan Marine or through other fine marine retailers across North America.