Samson Enterprises

PO Box 72,
Arichat, Nova Scotia, B0E 1A0
Canada

Contact: Daryl David or Herman Samson
Phone: (902) 226-9400
Fax: (902) 226-9413
www.samsonboats.com
sales@samsonboats.com


At a glance

GOLD MEMBER

Builders of

  • Pleasure Cruisers
  • Sportfishermen
  • Fishing Boats
  • Workboats
  • Patrol Boats

Hull Sizes

  • 23′ to 55′

Building Materials

  • Fibreglass

Current Models:

  • Northumberland style
    • Samson 36, 38, 40, 42 & 45
  • Cape Island style
    • Samson 23, 28, 36, 38, 40, 50 & 55
  • Magna 40, 42 & 45

Company Info

Herman Samson and Daryl David have been building boats in their shop in Pondville, Isle Madame since 1986. Isle Madame is an island off the South Coast of Cape Breton Island that has supported fishing ports since the Europeans first started fishing off North America.

The shop takes pride in the rugged seaworthy craft that they produce from their high quality moulds. The boats are sold as kits at any stage of completion or as finished products. Samson Enterprises produce serious inshore fishing boats up to 55′ and boats for recreational use. The 23′ Cape Islander is popular locally as a pleasure boat and the Samson 28 and 30 are produced for customers from Newfoundland to Florida. Their newest model, the Magna Line, is offered as a semi-custom boat. It can be all work or all play or anything in between.

In 2003, the shop expanded into new facilities in Mouse Island, in the harbour of Petit de Grat, Isle Madame. Here they finish boats up to 55′, they have a 150 ton travel lift and are capable of doing repairs and refits to vessels up to 200 gross tons.

Click here for a story on the Samson 40, a 40′ lobster yacht.

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