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First CC Roamer Whale Watching Boat in CA

Discussion in 'Chris Craft Roamer Yacht' started by Capt.JDavis, Feb 1, 2011.

  1. Capt.JDavis

    Capt.JDavis New Member

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    Well, we are just few days away to finalize our major structural construction job. USCG required Collision Bulkhead addition to our roamer.
    Everything else completed and by Friday the 4th hopefully we will be back in water and our final inspection before our new COI signed.

    Check out the picture of the boat at our website at:

    www.BlueOceanWhaleWatch.com
  2. NYCAP123

    NYCAP123 Senior Member

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    Unusual boat for whale watching. Is your COI for 49pax? Nice looking web site. Best of luck.
  3. Capt.JDavis

    Capt.JDavis New Member

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    Yes a little unusual but we wanted a versatile boat where we can also involve in ash scattering and some other private party events too.

    Enough passenger capacity for outside seating at the flybridge area and on the bow easily for 20-25 people and enough standing room for on the decks for an additional 10-15 people which will be more than enough guest for us to take out.

    But we wanted a boat with a lot of indoor space since the weather here on Monterey bay chilly 90% of the time.

    You are right. Our COI is for 49 pax + 3 crew for Limited Coastwise up to 20 miles from a safe harbor or refuge.

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