SkipperLiner, LaCrosse WI, USA (http://www.skipperliner.com/) delivered the M/V LADY OF THE LADY (105' x 25.5' three deck yacht) this month to Riverside Resort, LLC, Lake Charles, LA. Here are her particulars:105’
Hull Depth: 6’0"
Draft (clearance): 4’3"
Hull Thickness: 1/4"
Displacement: 126 long tons
Certification: USCG, Sub Chapter T
Propulsion Engines: Twin John Deere 330 hp marine diesel engines with direct drives
Transmissions: ZF model 280-1A
Throttle/Clutch: ZF Mather's Microcommander
Generator(s) Two 90 kW generators each powered by John Deere marine diesel engine
Thruster (bow): Western Marine Electronics model V2-16H - 50 hp
Thruster (stern): Western Marine Electronics model V2-16H - 50 hp
HVAC: Dometic Cruisair 40 ton 3 stage chiller with 21 standard and low profile handlers
Electronics: Two ICOM model 504 VHF/FM marine radios, Garmin depth sounder/GPS & radar, Garmin 6000 multi function navigation display
Naval Architect: Dejong & Lebet, Jacksonville, FL
Decor: SkipperLiner's Decor Team - rich cherry decor with Gage Manufacturing aluminum panel headliner
The M/V LADY OF THE LAKE has a complete galley, a beverage bar on the main and 01 decks and wing controls on port and starboard. She is enroute via the Mississippi River to her home, the Riverside Resort, which is under construction on the Calcasieu River near Lake Charles, LA. The Riverside Resort will have facilities for up to 250 recreational vehicles, 70 rental cabins, 3 restaurants, 2 bars, bait shop and seafood market.
"SkipperLiner was very honored to have been selected to build the M/V LADY OF THE LAKE for Jim Mistretta's new Riverside Resort," Jeb Griffith, Managing Member of Skipper Manufacturing, LLC. "We wish the Riverside Resort best wishes with their new world class yacht and facilities" states Griffith.