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100 guests 185 feet in length Beam 40’ Built 1970 Builder: American Marine Corporation 1995, completely remodeled Refurbished in December 2008 Cruising.

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1 100 guests 185 feet in length Beam 40’ Built 1970 Builder: American Marine Corporation 1995, completely remodeled Refurbished in December 2008 Cruising speed of 12 knots Registered in Honduras All cabins feature picture windows and teak beds It is a ship equipped with Zodiac rubber boats for beach landing 50 ocean view staterooms, four passenger decks Internet access and satellite phone Decks: 4 Tonnage: 1,800 Passengers: 100 It is a ship equipped with Zodiac rubber boats for beach landing 50 ocean view staterooms, four passenger decks Internet access and satellite phone

2 Specifications Vessel condition:Excellent Vessel type: Commercial Passenger Year constructed:1970 Year refitted:1995 Guests:100 Cabins:50 No. of engines:2 Engine power:2150 HP Fuel type:Diesel Fuel Consumption:83 Gallons Per Hour Drive type:Shaft drive Cruising Speed:14 Knots Maximum Speed:16 Knots Length over all:42.99m Beam:10.08m Maximum draft:4.82m Hull material:Steel Hull type:Deep Vee Keel type:Full Keel Displacement:500 metric tons Dry Weight:575 metric tons Fuel capacity:37000 Gallons Water capacity:50000 Gallons Holding tank capacity:34000 Gallons The 100-passenger Ship recently underwent a $600,000 refurbishment that included aesthetic improvements such as exterior painting and new carpeting throughout as well as amenity updates to the bathrooms and dining room including new menus for the dining room and sundeck dining area. Additional upgrades include silverware in the dining room, general improvements to the vessel’s air conditioning system and new staff cabins.

3 All of the cabins were renovated in 1998 and feature relatively new carpeting in good condition, artwork on the walls, private bathrooms, large window that open (a nice feature when cruising), shelving and a storage closet with two drawers and two shelves. All cabins either have double beds or two singles, which are separated by a nightstand and cannot be pushed together. The bathrooms (showers only) are roomier than those found on some larger ships. There are four cabin categories on the ship: Category A measures 107 square feet, Categories AA and AAA measure 122 square feet, and the four Deluxe suites measure 152 square feet. All cabins are located on the middle two decks; of the four suites, two are located on each deck. Only the suites have TV monitors and old-school videocassette players; there is no external reception, but the ship has a small library of tapes. The suites also have more open space, larger closets and loveseats All of the cabins were renovated in 1998 and feature relatively new carpeting in good condition, artwork on the walls, private bathrooms, large window that open (a nice feature when cruising), shelving and a storage closet with two drawers and two shelves. All cabins either have double beds or two singles, which are separated by a nightstand and cannot be pushed together. The bathrooms (showers only) are roomier than those found on some larger ships. There are four cabin categories on the ship: Category A measures 107 square feet, Categories AA and AAA measure 122 square feet, and the four Deluxe suites measure 152 square feet. All cabins are located on the middle two decks; of the four suites, two are located on each deck. Only the suites have TV monitors and old-school videocassette players; there is no external reception, but the ship has a small library of tapes. The suites also have more open space, larger closets and loveseats

4 CABIN CATEGORIES: Category A - Located forward on the Main Deck, offer 1 queen bed, a picture window that opens, private facilities and ample storage. Category AA and AAA - AA Cabins on the Main Deck and AAA cabins on the Upper Deck offer one queen or two twin beds, a picture window that opens, private facilities and ample storage. Cabins 214 & 214, and 211 & 213 may be adjoined. Deluxe Staterooms - These roomy staterooms are 10'.5" x 14'.7". They feature one queen bed, two large picture windows that open to the tropical breezes, private facilities, ample storage closet. These staterooms can accommodate triples. CABIN CATEGORIES: Category A - Located forward on the Main Deck, offer 1 queen bed, a picture window that opens, private facilities and ample storage. Category AA and AAA - AA Cabins on the Main Deck and AAA cabins on the Upper Deck offer one queen or two twin beds, a picture window that opens, private facilities and ample storage. Cabins 214 & 214, and 211 & 213 may be adjoined. Deluxe Staterooms - These roomy staterooms are 10'.5" x 14'.7". They feature one queen bed, two large picture windows that open to the tropical breezes, private facilities, ample storage closet. These staterooms can accommodate triples.

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11 Thank you for your interest I remain in service, Yours Cordially, Mathew Moen Original Price: US$ 2,999,000 (03/11) Current Price: US$ 2,500,000 (04/11) $ 2,000, (6-/12) Located : South America Caribbean area


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