A 72-foot aluminum hull motor yacht originally built for Jack Wrather, producer of the radio and television show "The Lone Ranger", who christened it the "Lone Ranger IV." She was renamed in 2000, and is tastefully decorated in a Hemingway motif, utilizing rich fabrics and leather that accent the varnished mahogany paneling and teak decks.
The average group size is 25 to 35 for excursions with cocktail and buffet style food and beverage service. On the main deck, guests enjoy adjoining main and cocktail booth during salons, tastefully decorated . A gorgeous Corain, teak and stainless galley are forward of the salons with doors opening to both the port and starboard side decks. A varnished mahogany and teak after deck, with a full service wet bar and combination cocktail/dining table is aft of the main salons with access via double French doors. Wingdoors open to the covered side decks and astern ladder provides access to the swim platform. The fore deck has seating for eight along with six portable teak deck chairs and comfortably accommodate up to twenty-five standing quests.
The enclosed, upper deck pilothouse has day bed seating for eight and an after deck seating for nine quests. Accommodations for five quests, in 2 staterooms with two en suite heads are available for special arrangements term charters. The mid-ship engine/laundry room separates the quarters (two cabins and dinette) from the guest suites, which are each accessed from private companionways. The summer cursing areas includes the Long Island Sound and New York Harbor/Hudson River areas and Ft. Lauderdale, Miami Intra-Coastal Waterways during the winter.
The yacht is certified for 47 passengers plus 3 crew members U.S.