73m Tropical Cruise Ship
Location: PacificBlt.1996Price: USD5,500,000
LOA(m):73.56Beam (m):14Draft (m):
Classification:Lloyds UMS 100A1
Fuel Capacity (L):300000
Fresh Water Capacity:500000Sewage:94000
Cabins:75 cabinsinclusive of ensuites with varying configurations subject to deck position with average area of 14m2. All crew cabins have ensuites.No. of POB:156
Engine Make:2 x Yanmar Z260A-ETEngine Power (kW):1176Propulsion:2 x fixed propellersCruise Speed (knots):12
Facilities: Swimming Pool, Sun deck,Glass-bottomed boat,Two bars, Gift shop, Chart house Guest laundry, Lift from D Deck to Sun Deck (limited access), SpaSauna and mini gymSnorkeling and dive vessels, Two lounges, Single-seating dining room, Library and videos.Satellite communications.WIFI located in Suites, Lounge, Pool Deck and on the Sundeck
This vessel has a classic-ship profile and cuts an attractive figure in the water. Built to handle the outdoors --and the often-wet weather of the tropics --most cabins are accessed via the open decks that run along the sides of the three upper decks.
There are no balconies, as passengers(except those on D Deck) step straight out of their staterooms or suites onto these three-foot wide decks and take in the glorious views.The small ship, with its handful of public rooms, provides the perfect blend of bonhomie and intimacy. Passengers easily find little nooks to sit alone and read books or snooze. As most water sports takeplace off the ship, the pool goes unused for long periods (except when there are children onboard), and there are always plenty of loungers available. The ship can carry up to 130 passengers.Information provided in good faith by owners without guaranteeand vessel subject to availability at all times.
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