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Thursday, September 29, 2016

California Princess Delivered

August 25, 1999

California Princess, built by Freeport Shipbuilding, recently went into service for San Diego Harbor Excursions. The 115 ft. vessel was designed by DeJong & Lebet, Inc. The vessel has a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. She is USCG-certified under Subchapter T for a partially protected route. Stability is adequate for all 150 passengers and 30 crew on the third deck. California Princess features a high-quality wood interior and sleek yacht look. Another version of the vessel, also engineered by DeJong & Lebet, is currently under construction at Freeport. This vessel has a 250-passenger capacity. California Princess is powered by a pair of Detroit Diesel Series 60 engines, with Twin Disc gears. Electrical power is provided by two Cummins (CMI) 95 kW generator sets. Other notable features include a full-service galley below decks, open third deck and excellent hull seakeeping characteristics, says the company.


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