Documentation Number: 646537 PATIENCE is a United States Coast Guard inspected excursion vessel built for a Hyannis, Massachusetts company in 1982. She is rated to carry 149 passengers. Built on the lines of a 19th century steam ferry, she is a replica of the Hy-Line motor vessel PRUDENCE built in Boothbay Harbor in 1911. PATIENCE is reminiscent of Maine coastal steamers of days gone by. She has two decks, an old-style pilot house and many traditional details including a fantail stern and an upright stem. Interior beading, moldings and paneling add to her historical flavor.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Billings Diesel & Marine
LOA: 72 ft 0 in
Beam: 20 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
Fuel: 400 gal steel Fresh Water: 200 gal steel
Carvel planked over steam bent oak frames. Structural keel, backbone, deadwood, floor timbers are all of oak. Galvanized fastened throughout, she is decked in white pine with laminated hard pine deck beams. The pilot house, built by Elwyn McCauley of Stonington, Maine holds a 56-inch diamter steering wheel. The spokes are made of clear, knot-free spruce. The mahogany rim is inlaid with white oak and brass diamonds.
110 v AC
Northern Lights generator
Electric bilge pumps
150 (+) life preservers
Electronics & Navigation
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