This 275’ Cruise Ship was built in Florida, USA, in 1988 specifically for coastal cruising. It has just completed an extensive refit and upgrade including servicing of all engines and machinery, public areas, cabins and exterior. There is internet service now in every cabin. It is able to maneuver in secluded waterways and go to small ports that are often inaccessible to larger vessels. It is American-flagged and can operate domestically in the US. The ship is being sold with fresh USCG COI and all fresh certificates.
130 guests in 65 exterior cabins can be accommodated, and the dining room is large enough to accommodate all of the passengers at one sitting. The vessel features a forward observation lounge, walk-around promenade deck and all-outside cabins with wonderful views of the locations visited.
The cabins are very comfortable for their size and are well designed to maximize the square footage. Most have large picture windows, and each is furnished with comfortable beds, writing desk, ample storage, and a private bathroom.
This boutique sized cruise ship is one of the few U.S. built, Jones Act compliant cruise vessels of its size available anywhere at this time making it a very special value. The vessel is being offered significantly below market value and a fraction of her replacement cost.
Built: 1988, Florida, USA
Class: USCG Inspected; ABS Load Line
SOLAS: Yes, Restricted, Exemption Certificate
Air Draft: 64’ above water
US Tonnage: 97 Gross; 66 Net
ITC Tonnage: 2344 Gross; 804 Net
Panama Canal: 2828 Gross; 2292 Net
Total Person Onboard: 180
Total Passengers: 138
Total Crew: 42 Max
Passenger Cabins: 69
11 of the staterooms have the capability of accommodating a third person in a Pullman berth.
There is 1 single cabin.
There is air conditioning and heating, and 110 VAC/60 Hz.
The lounge has a bar and lounge-type seating for 150 with a stage and large screen television. The dining room has seating for 150. There is a gift shop and library.
On deck there is a sun deck with bar and deck chairs. There is a fleet of small fast tenders/ rescue boats that ferry passengers ashore for sightseeing and exploring.
Propulsion: 2 x Detroit Diesel #1671, 1960 hp total
Twin 5-bed Propellers, Twin Rudders
325 hp Bow Thruster
Generators: 2 x Detroit Diesel #1892, 325 kW each
1 Caterpillar, 325 kW
1 Emergency Generator
Fuel Capacity:43,952 gallons
Anchors: 2 Bow Anchors, 7 shots chain each; plus 1 Stern Anchor