Red Mountain Maritime managed the construction of a high-speed catamaran passenger ferry for use in Kachemak Bay Alaska. The vessel entered service in May 2010 and carries up to 150 passengers between Homer and Seldovia, Alaska. It is operated by the Seldovia Village Tribe as the Seldovia Bay Ferry and is M/V Kachemak Voyager.
The vessel was designed by Teknicraft Design and incorporates a patented hydro lift system that results in a savings of almost 50% of fuel consumption over traditional catamaran hulls. All American Marine, of Bellingham, WA constructed the vessel under the project supervision of Red Mountain Maritime.
In addition to its capacity to carry passengers, the vessel has also been equipped to carry light freight. The vessel features an articulated crane and several compartmentalized freight totes to haul goods between remote locations. The total project cost was $10 million funded by the Federal Government and State of Alaska. This was a non 8(a) project managed by Red Mountain Maritime and the Seldovia Native Association for the Seldovia Village Tribe.