Serving the marine industry since 1968.
A few of our Vessels:
Launched at Keith Marine, CALIFORNIA SPIRIT is a 158x37x13' Dinner Cruise Vessel.
Here she is in her original livery . . .
The vessel features integrated side and aft boarding ramps.
Following is the text from the press release in May of 2005:
Dinner Cruise Yacht CALIFORNIA SPIRIT
was recently delivered to San Diego Harbor Excursions,
SPIRIT represents a new concept in Dinner Cruise Vessels over 150 Passengers,
in the U.S. Coast Guard Subchapter K class.
The lines and outward appearance are that of a large private mega-yacht.
The interior features two large dining rooms capable of seating 450
passengers. The interior finish
features the maximum allowable amount of wood trims and veneers.
This combines with a leather-like wall covering and coffered ceiling tile
to create a very warm, rich-toned, high quality interior.
The wood finish required a special fire-load calculation by DeJong and Lebet, Inc. to obtain approval for this installation.
features two large restrooms below decks, as well as smaller restrooms on the
dining room levels, and a handicap restroom in the Main Deck dining room.
The two main dining rooms are served by an elevator, which also has
access to the galley and storeroom in the hull.
Food service is
provided by the spacious 900 sq.ft. galley, which is connected to a 500 sq.ft.
storeroom. The storeroom includes an
8’x10’ walk-in cooler and 8’x10’ walk-in freezer, as well as dry stores.
The galley is fully equipped to provide all the food preparation and
dishwashing requirements of the vessel.
The aft decks
and swim platform are covered in Flexiteek synthetic teak.
All the exterior rails are polished stainless steel.
The vessel’s swim platform provides convenient boarding at floating
dock levels. The platform has port
and starboard stairs up to the aft Main Deck.
These features along with flush-stowed boarding ramps and the passerelle
aft are features normally found on large personal yachts.
SPIRIT is powered by a pair of Detroit Diesel Series 60 engines, 475 HP @ 1800
RPM. The engines are coupled to Twin
Disc MG-5114 DC reverse/reduction gears, driving 3-1/2” Aquamet 17 shafts and
five-blade Nibral propellers by Ellis Propeller.
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