The TDB Arthur Armstrong WIGEON

The TDB Arthur Armstrong Wigeon is one of the more versatile duck boats in the industry today. It comes very close to being all things to all people! Its low profile, wide beam and semi-vee hull design afford the waterfowler a shallow draft and a stable shooting platform capable of running safely across big water.


The cockpit area allows a snug fit for two hunters and a dog (or one hunter and two dogs, (or three dogs and no hunter . . . ). It's easily transported in the back of even a small pick-up truck. One great advantage of this boat is that it only takes 7.5 horsepower to get her up to planing speed.


The TDB AA Wigeon comes with features that allow its owner get on the water with a minimum of fuss. Standard features include: marine grade lifting handles on transom and deck, black tie-off cleat, towing ring, transom plate, self-draining cockpit and motor splash well, and foam flotation. Its Gelcoat is finished on the outside with a stippled surface to prevent glare and slipping.


Additional TDB AA Wigeon options include a Spray Dodger Blind, Cockpit  Cover and Light Package.


The timeless Olsen Marine TDB AA Wigeon is built to the same industry leading standards as our 14, 17 & 21 SeaClass models, just a bit smaller package, and a much more affordable price!


  • Original, proven, AA design

  • Hand-laid construction

  • No wood to rot or maintain

  • Transom Plate

  • Solid color Gelcoat

  • Marine Grade Lifting handles

  • Marine Grade Tie off Cleat

  • Tow Ring

  • Stippled finish on deck

  • Length: 12’ 4”

  • Beam: 50”

  • Draft: 3” fully loaded

  • Weight: 180 LBS

  • Cockpit opening: 70” x 29”

  • Cockpit depth: 15”

  • Person capacity: 2 Persons

  • Weight capacity: 525 LBS

  • Maximum HP: 10


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  • LED navigation lights

  • One 12V outlet

  • USB charging port

  • Spray Dodger Blind

  • Cockpit Cover



Factory Pick Up Price. Please contact us

for trailer and engine options.

*Price may fluctuate slightly reflecting

current supply chain issues.