Harbour Belle

Harbour Belle

Accommodations & Layout

The yacht is arranged with boarding off the fore & decks.  The fore, aft and 01 decks offer open air space.  The helm is forward on the main deck.  The heads are aft, one to port and one to starboard.  Access between the main and 01 decks is located off the aft deck port and starboard.


The HARBOUR BELLE is in very good condition.  The yacht offers a sleek style and wonderful viewing for passengers.



General Specifications

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Style Yacht
Builder Skipperliner Industries, Inc.
Hull Displacement
USCG Certified Yes
USCG Dry Dock December April 2024
Passenger Capacity 115
Gross Tonnage 71
Net Tonnage 65
Speed (approx.) Maximum: 10 knots @ 2400 RPM
Built 1997
LOA 62.5′
Beam 16’0″
Hull Depth 4.5″
Draft Water 3.5′, Air Draft 14″
Displacement 25 tons
U.S.C.G. Official Number


Route Certification Rivers
Hull Material Steel
Deckhouse Material Steel
Tank Capacities Fuel: 400 gallons
Waste: 250 gallons
Potable Water: 250 gallons


  • Control station with engine instrumentation (i.e., tachometer, engine oil pressure, hour meters)
  • Hynautic hydraulic steering
  • Helm seat
  • Two President model LTD715 VHF/FM marine radios with antennas
  • Mathers Micro Commander (MMC) dual clutch and throttle controls
  • Large dual trumpet horn
  • Remote controlled 8” searchlight
  • One windshield wiper
  • Ritchie PowerDamp compass
  • Lowrance model Elite 7 HDI chart plotter
  • Garmin model 128 GPS


  • Crown Vision amplifier with ten JBL/Bose speakers
  • Radio Shack public address system
  • Portable bar (3 bin)


  • One ship service 20 kW Northern Lights generator powered by a marine diesel with fuel filter, seawater strainer and seacock
  • 9,750 hours – January 2020
  • Ship to shore power switch
  • 50-amp shore power service
  • 120 VAC/12 VDC lighting
  • 120 VAC duplex outlets
  • Three 12 VDC 8D enclosed heavy duty batteries
  • Perko battery isolation switch for each battery
  • Automatic battery charger with DC meter
  • Flagship Marine water-cooled reverse cycle heat pump system
  • 12 VDC manifold bilge system
  • Internationally approved navigation lights (i.e., port light, starboard light, stern light, masthead light, anchor)


  • 7-gauge steel plate hull and steel plate deckhouse
  • Insulated deckhouse
  • Four watertight compartments formed by three transverse bulkheads
  • Mahogany benches forward
  • Boarding gates: two forward, two aft
  • Ten kevels
  • Deck fittings:
    • Electrical: Port
    • Waste: Port
    • Water: Starboard
    • Fuel: Port


  • Two 6 cylinder 205 HP @ 2400 RPM Caterpillar model 3116 marine diesel engines – REBUILT 2016
  • Engine hours – 1,593 port, 1,670 starboard – January 2020
  • ZF 2,492:1 reduction gears
  • 2” stainless steel propeller shafts with dripless shaft seals
  • Two 24” propellers
  • 5-gallon water heater


The vessel is equipped with two heads and contains:

  • One Sealand direct drop head
  • One sink, faucet and counter
  • Toilet paper dispenser
  • Paper towel dispenser


  • 115 type II adult size personal flotation devices
  • 15 type II child size personal flotation devices
  • Two Jim Buoy 30” life rings with lines
  • Two illuminated float lights
  • Five 20 lb. dry chemical fire extinguishers
  • FireBoy Halon 50 lb automatic engine room suppression system
  • Pyrotechnic distress signals
  • Two fire stations including: one 1 1/2” UL approved rubber lined hose with bronze fitting, one bronze nozzle, two bronze hose bibs. 
  • Fire axe
  • One anchor with line


  • Exterior coating: Sherwin Williams
    • Decks – exterior – coated
  • Decks – interior
    • Salon: Carpet
    • Head: Laminate
  • Headliner: acoustical panel
  • Interior Bulkheads:
    • Salon: Salon
    • Head: FRP