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A SLEEK MEGA-YACHT DESIGN
A DINNER/EXCURSION BOAT
FOR THE 1990's • FROM SERVICE MARINE
When Cruise International wanted a totally sophisticated image for their new Norfolk dinner/excursion boat, their president, Richard O'Leary, envi- sioned a sleek mega-yacht concept from the Italian school of yacht de- sign.
Service Marine designers evolved his ideas into a new sophisticated class of ultramodern dinner/excursion boat.
The new boat is 175' x 35' x 9'10" and accommodates 492 passengers with whisper-quiet spacious seating.
Her modern interiors were designed by Barbara O'Leary to carry out the sophisticated theme of the boat and includes a unique seating design that insures each passenger an unob- structed view of the show and dance review for which Cruise International is famous.
Sixty tons of air-conditioning pro- vides plenty of fresh air and keeps each cabin cool, dry and clean. The galley is extraordinarily large for a ves- sel of this size and contains all the equipment a haute cuisine chef could imagine, from a giant walk-in cooler to the latest in dishwashing equipment.
A ten knots cruising speed is easily achieved with her sleek hull lines to- gether with two Caterpillar Model 3408
DITA "B" Series 430 engines. Two
Caterpillar Model 3306 DITA "B" Se- ries Marine Gensets with Caterpillar
Generators will provide 360 kw of pow- er for the galley, air-conditioning and related uses.
Design, Quality and Integrity in de- livery promises.
Three important reasons for choos- ing Service Marine Industries Inc.
SERVICE MARINE INDUSTRIES, INC. IS A FULL SERVICE SHIPYARD — DESIGN,
ENGINEERING, CONSTRUCTION, INTERIOR DECORATING — MODULAR DESIGN OR
CUSTOM BUILDING TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS.
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