We “answer the call” and solve problems. We help our clients before, during, and after construction. We understand emergency services and the responsiveness that they provide and demand.


We adapt our business to the changing needs of our clients. We move forward.


We support our clients and employees and do our part to be empathetic, fair, honest and loyal. We care about what we sell.


We have quality standards that are higher than our competitors and are proud of the function and finishing of the end products we produce. Quality is in everything we do.

Our Company

Titan Boats is located on Vancouver Island in Sidney, BC, Canada. Our company is the result of over 25 years of dedication to developing the finest aluminum rigid hull inflatable boats (RHIBs) of their type.

The company has developed a line of aluminum RHIBs that have been steadily building a reputation for performance combined with a commitment to exceptional quality.

Each vessel is built to meet the individual and specific requirements of the client. Our hull platforms range in size from 5 metres to 12 metres plus, and can be adapted to suit a wide range of applications.

Titan Boats have a proven record for durability, seaworthiness, stability and performance in Patrol duties, Search and Rescue, Police, Fire Fighting, Environmental, Commercial Tourism and Recreational vessels.

Titan Boats are built in a state-of-the-art, 28,000 sq ft, purpose-built manufacturing facility.

Where Quality is Key

Quality Policy – The Titan Boats Quality Assurance System is based on ISO 9001-2015 and endeavors to meet all the objectives as identified in the Standard.

Vessel Building Standards – Titan boats exceed the marine Stability, Construction and Safety Standards of the Small Vessel Regulations (SOR/2010-91) and Canada’s Construction Standards for Small Vessels TP 1332(E)

Normative References – TP 14619(E), TP 13430(E), TP 11717(E). ISO 6185-3(E), ISO 6185-4(E), ISO 12217-1(E), ISO 11592-1(E), ISO 11592-2(E), ISO 8665, ISO 8666, ISO 10088, ISO 10133, ISO 11591, ISO 11812, ISO 14946 with their ref’s.

Welding – Titan Boats is certified to the Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB) CSA Standard W47.2 Fusion Welding, for aluminum welding.

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Trusted Suppliers

Why Aluminum

We believe Aluminum is the best material for boat building as it utilizes 4 key components: efficiency, durability, workability, and environmental benefits.


Aluminum boats are lighter than fibreglass. This means a few things, first of all aluminum boats don’t need as large of motors when compared to their fibreglass counterparts. This in turn saves the end-user by not needing to invest as much in motors as well as on-going fuel costs. Lighter boats are also nimbler and are able to accelerate and get on a plane much faster.


Durability is another area in which aluminum excels. To keep a fibreglass boat looking good requires seasonal waxing as well as managing any blisters or bubbles. Otherwise, paint fades and gel coats crack. When it comes to aluminum boats the biggest concern is ensuring all salt is properly removed after use.

Aluminum is strong and forgiving, hence aluminum boats withstand impact much better. An impact that results in only a scratch or a slight bend for an aluminum hull will likely result in some major Gelcoat damage and cracking in a fibreglass hull.


When it comes to workability both aluminum and fibreglass boats can be repaired. Most often damage to aluminum hulls will result in a dent. This can easily be hammered out. More serious damage will need to be cut out and replaced. Fibreglass on the other hand is not so forgiving and any major impact is likely to cause a significant hole. Fixing fibreglass in many cases requires an experienced fibreglass technician. The latter is likely to be a lengthier process and much more costly to repair.

Environmental Benefits

Aluminum is 100 percent recyclable, making it one of the most attractive materials in boat construction for the environment. The recovery process costs only a fraction of fibreglass making it an efficient and cost-effective option. Fibreglass parts are expensive to recover, and the owners often dispose of them by dumping, which creates environmental issues.