*Financing currently only available to Canadian residents.
At the Last Frontiersman, they wanted to build a boat to ensure that everyone, including those with wheelchairs and walkers could enjoy the Kenai River. They began with an old aluminum hull and redesigned and rebuilt it so that it was wheelchair accessible and could also be used as a rescue boat. Now veterans can join their families in enjoying the daily charters, custom package fishing trips and rustic log cabins with modern comfort that await them at the edge of one of the last great salmon, trout and wildlife viewing rivers left unspoiled in South Central Alaska.
EDI is a private, western Canadian company incorporated in 1994, with offices in Whitehorse, YT, Prince George, Nanaimo and Vancouver BC, and Grande Prairie AB. Areas of specialization include aquatic and terrestrial biology, environmental assessment, erosion and sediment control, environmental monitoring and permitting, habitat mitigation and compensation, and training.
EDI recently purchased a 23 ft. Silverstreak center console paired with a 300 HP Yamaha to be based out of its Whitehorse office. EDI uses the boat to provide support for their commercial dive crew and to conduct freshwater fisheries assessments, monitoring and baseline data collection on the large, remote lakes in the Yukon and northern BC. Working in such remote settings during all sorts of weather conditions, EDI required a durable boat that could stand up to the rigors of such an environment.
-Ben S. of EDI