Skipperliner Builds Second 124-ft. Motoryacht

Thursday, October 10, 2002
SkipperLiner announced that Lady Romantica, a 124 x 25.5-ft. motoryacht, is under construction at the La Crosse, Wis., shipyard for Pintail Point Yacht Charters of Baltimore, Md. The 149-passenger vessel is destined for Baltimore's Inner Harbor and will offer dinner cruises, weddings, and private event charters. The eight month project began in May of this year.

Lady Romantica will be the second 124-ft. motor yacht built by SkipperLiner this year. She is a sister vessel to Romantica III, which delivered to New York City in May. Lady Romantica joins two other SkipperLiner's in the Pintail fleet - the 91-ft. Lady Pintail and the 78-ft. Pintail Princess, both 149-passenger vessels.

The interior features hand crafted cherry wood, custom granite counter tops, and fine leather furniture. The vessel also features a full service cook on board galley and a second deck lounge featuring custom leather seating groups.

"We are very excited that Pintail Point Yacht Charters selected us to build their third yacht. We feel strongly that Lady Romantica is the best event charter package in the passenger vessel industry," says Noel Jordan, President of SkipperLiner. Lady Romantica Main Particulars Vessel M/V Lady Romantica Vessel Owner Pintail Point Yacht Charters Waterway Chesapeake Bay Delivery Date December 2002 Vessel Type Motoryacht - Dinner Cruise/Event Charter Passenger Capacity 149 Passengers Length, o.a. 124 ft. Beam 25.5 ft. Propulsion Twin 480 hp Caterpillar 3406 DITA Electrical Generator (1) 90 kW Cummins (Three Phase) Electrical Generator (2) 90 kW Cummins (Three Phase) Bow Thruster 70 hp Wesmar & Westerbeke Fuel Oil Capacity 1,400 Gallons HVAC 420,000 BTU Flagship w/ Heat Strips Windlass Lewmar Ocean 3000 GPS Northstar 952 XD w/ Combo Antenna Radar Furuno 1761

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