Accommodations & Layout

The vessel is arranged with two entry doors off the bow and two aft. A bridal Suite a framed head (toilet not installed) is located below deck forward. The cabin is accessed off the fore deck. The dance floor is on the main deck forward then an open salon. Access between he main and 01 decks is via a stairway forward on port and two aft. The wheelhouse is located on the 01 deck forward with an open salon and the beverage bar aft. The heads and lounge are below deck aft. The galley and engine room are below deck and are accessed via a stairway forward on port. The fore deck and 01 deck offer open-air seating. This sleek styled vessel is well suited for sightseeing and dining cruise operations.


The M/V MARIKA is in very good condition. She has a spectacular décor. Your clients will be talking about the head décor for years to come.



General Specifications

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Style Yacht
Builder Vinette
Hull Displacement
USCG Certified Yes
USCG Dry Dock 2024
Passenger Capacity 149
Gross Tonnage 149
Net Tonnage 68
Speed (approx.) Cruising: 10 mph @ 1700 RPM
Maximum: 12 mph @ 2100 RPM
Built 1986
LOA 100’0″
LWL  90’6″
Beam 23’1″
Hull Depth 11’7″
Freeboard 10’6″ (fore) 6′ (aft)
Draft Water 6’6″, Air Draft 32’6″
Displacement 119.83 long tons
U.S.C.G. Official Number 696992
Route Certification Rivers
Hull Material Steel
Deckhouse Material Steel
Tank Capacities Fuel: 3500 gallons
Fuel: 300 gallons (day tank)
Waste: 1200 gallons
Potable Water: 2000 gallons


  • Control station with engine instrumentation (i.e., tachometer, engine oil pressure, ammeters, hour meters)
  • Mathers Micro Commander (MMC) electronic dual clutch and throttle controls for the propulsion engines including a wing station
  • Fog bell
  • Large dual trumpet horn
  • Two searchlights
  • Raritan model Mark V rudder indicator
  • Helm seat
  • ICOM model IC-M127 VHF/FM marine radio with antenna
  • Raytheon model ST600 digital depth finder
  • Furuno radar system with an array antenna
  • Northstar model 952 global positioning system (GPS)
  • Raytheon model RAY 220 loud hailer
  • Ritchie model YB-500 compass with lighted binnacle
  • Panasonic hybrid system intercom system
  • Alpine AM/FM/Compact disc player (12 VDC)
  • Sharp video monitor system
  • Hart systems tank monitor


  • 8 (60” diameter), 6 (48” diameter), and 6 (30” diameter) tables
  • 150 interior dining chairs
  • Recessed lighting
  • Two Audio source preamplifiers with tuners, University Sound model 2302 3000 mixer/amplifer, Technics model CD SL-MC7
  • Many extras such as tableware, utensils, glassware, Marika chargers etc.


  • Walter Kidde hood with Ansul fire suppression system
  • Wilbur Curtis model RU 300 coffee system
  • Two McCall model 1-1024 refrigerator
  • McCall model STS 10 RSE refrigerator
  • Three McCall model STS-20 RSE refrigerators
  • Vulcan stove/oven
  • Combitherm by Alto Shaam
  • Two Halo Heat model 500-TH/II by Alto Shaam
  • Keating fryer
  • Jackson Tempstar dishwashing system
  • Center stainless steel work top
  • Single partition stainless steel sink


  • Marble top
  • Perlick two partition stainless steel sink with drain board
  • Perlick single partition stainless steel
  • Two Perlick model C5063EUC refrigerators
  • Stainless steel speed rail sink
  • One Perlick ice bin


  • Two ship service 75.0 kW Detroit Diesel marine diesel 6-cylinder single phase generator with fuel filter, seawater strainer and seacock
  • Ship to shore power switch
  • 100 AMP/ 240 VAC shore power service
  • 100’ 100 AMP/ 240 VAC power cord
  • 115 VAC exterior and interior perimeter lighting
  • 120 VAC/12 VDC lighting
  • 120 VAC duplex outlets
  • Five 12 VDC 8D enclosed heavy duty batteries
  • Two Charles Industries 50-amp battery chargers with DC meter
  • One Sentry 60-amp battery charger • Koldwave 60,000 BTU/5-ton water cooled reverse cycle heat pump system
  • Internationally approved navigation lights (i.e., port light, starboard light, stern light, masthead light, anchor light)


  • Steel hull and deckhouse
  • Five watertight compartments formed by four transverse bulkheads
  • 4” fan nosed rub rail
  • Deck fittings:
    • Electrical: starboard aft
    • Waste: starboard
    • Water: port/starboard
    • Fuel: port/starboard


  • Two 8 cylinder 400 HP @ 2,250 RPM Detroit Diesel 871 NA marine diesel engines, fuel filters, seawater strainers with seacocks (engine hours: 3,388 port, and 3,372 starboard in August 2019)
  • Engine room insulation
  • Two 38 x 24 4 blade propellers
  • Spare set of 3 blade propellers
  • Two GE model B01806 63-gallon water heaters


  • The vessel is equipped with two heads featuring a waiting area
  • The female head contains a common sink and three stalls with toilet and sink
  • The male head contains two sinks, two urinals and two stalls with toilets


  • 155 type II adult size personal flotation devices (stowed in deck boxes)
  • 16 type II child size personal flotation devices (stowed in deck boxes)
  • One Jim Buoy 30” life ring with line
  • One illuminated float light
  • One 20 lb. dry chemical fire extinguisher
  • Two 2.5 lb. dry chemical fires extinguishers
  • Pyrotechnic distress signals
  • Three fire stations including: three 3/4″ UL approved rubber lined hoses with brass or bronze 5/8″ fittings, three brass or bronze nozzles, three brass or bronze 5/8″ hose bibs. The bilge pump system operates the fire system also
  • Fire axe
  • One Danforth style anchor
  • Flag stanchion


  • Exterior coating: Awlgrip
  • Exterior decks: non-skid
  • Interior decks
    • Salon: carpet
    • Heads: ceramic
    • Galley: paint
    • Bar: vinyl
    • Wheelhouse: carpet
  • Headliner: fabric
  • Interior Bulkheads
    • Salon: laminate with material above
    • Heads: lacquered panels
    • Galley: paint
    • Wheelhouse: leather