Lever Diving Orders Charter Boat

Friday, September 24, 1999
Lever Diving has ordered a 116 x 27 ft. charter boat designed with a yacht-like quality for the millenium. Scheduled for a spring 2000 delivery, Nautilus Explorer will be constructed at Sylte Shipyards in Maple Ridge, B.C., and will have more than 4,000 ft. of interior space With a cruising speed of 12 knots, the vessel's main engines are a pair of six-cylinder Cummins NTA855 rated at 335 hp. Tankage will be provided for 10,000-U.S. gallons of diesel and 7,000 gallons of portable water. Other features include a water-maker, and a 220,000 BTU Boiler for ample cabin heat and shower water.

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