Manufactured by WorldSpan Marine (in addition to Crescent Yachts), Queenship Yachts is located on the Fraser River in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, a short distance from Vancouver. The yard houses a large construction and lamination hall, a state-of-the-art joinery and cabinetry center and an environmentally, heavily-equipped controlled paint booth. A workforce skilled in composite manufacturing, propulsion, electrics, plumbing, hydraulic and navigation systems, woodworking, metal fabrication, and fine finishing enables Queenship to deliver their luxury megayachts in custom and semi-custom designs since 1991. In addition, Queenship employs the services of independent designers, naval architects, and marine engineers to produce its full spectrum of sportcruisers, super salon cruisers, wide body models, pilothouse motoryachts, and sportfishers. Sizes range from 61 feet to 90 feet.
The Queenship 70 pilothouse offers twin diesel engines wrapped with three luxurious, main interior living spaces, including an outdoor space for a tender and davit for tender launch and retrieval. The Queenship 74 pilothouse built on an efficient hull design by Gregory Marshall features contemporary styling by Jonathan Quinn Barnett and extensive luxurious appointments and amenities. While delivered in turnkey fashion, the Queenship 74 still offers a wide range of choices for customization. A trawler-styled coastal cruiser, the Queenship 75 allows for exploring shallow confines that larger yachts simply cannot access. Fulfilling purposes of tournament-caliber sportfishing, comfort for extended cruising, and oceangoing performance, the Queenship 88 sportfisherman features a large salon, gourmet galley, and huge sport cockpit. The Queenship 98 raised pilothouse motoryacht’s cored composite construction provides exceptional strength and low weight for efficient cruising.