General Specifications

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Seat Plan

ArchitectCharles  Seabury Company
USCG CertifiedYes
USCG Dry DockSee Remarks
Passenger Capacity138
Gross Tonnage91
Net Tonnage62
Speed (approx.)Cruising: 8 knots @ 1400 RPM
Maximum: 12 knots @ 2200 RPM
LWL 87.2′
Hull Depth8.7′
DraftWater 6′, Air 25′
U.S.C.G. Official Number217044
Route CertificationLakes, Bays and Sounds
Hull MaterialWood
Deckhouse MaterialWood
Tank CapacitiesFuel: 500 gallons
Waste: 300 gallons
Potable Water: 500 gallons


  • Control station with engine instrumentation (i.e., tachometer, engine oil pressure, ammeters, hour meters)
  • Bilge alarm system
  • Hydraulic steering system
  • Pneumatic clutch and throttle controls
  • Auto Nav rudder angle indicator
  • Fog bell
  • Sitex model T-180 radar system
  • Spotlight
  • Barometer
  • Rudder indicator
  • ICOM model IC-M304 VHF/FM marine radio with antenna
  • West Marine model 580 VHF/FM marine radio with antenna
  • Lionel 7” magnetic compass
  • A-Phone intercom system
  • Qsee CATV system with 13 cameras
  • Behringer audio mixer with two exterior speakers
  • Sony model DVP-N555P CD/DVD player
  • Helm seat


  • Ten (96” x 24”) tables
  • Forty-eight chairs


  • Stainless steel sink
  • Hobart warming oven
  • Two Nemco double burner ranges
  • CMX model L-1X16 dishwasher
  • True double door refrigerator
  • Stainless steel sink
  • Stainless steel three compartment dinks
  • Credit card machine
  • Casio cash register


  • Stainless steel single partition sink
  • True Refrigerator
  • Bunn coffee machine


  • Bench seating
  • Two chairs


  • Tables (48” x 24”)
  • 48 Chairs


  • One ship service 30 kW Northern Lights model 854 generator (starboard) powered by a John Deere marine diesel with fuel filter, seawater strainer and seacock (rebuilt 2010)
  • One ship service 20 kW generator (port) powered by a GM model 2-71 marine diesel with fuel filter, seawater strainer and seacock
  • Hours: port: 970, starboard: 5,529 December 2020
  • Ship to shore power switch
  • 100 AMP 120/ 240 VAC shore power service
  • 120 VAC/12 VDC lighting
  • 120 VAC duplex outlets
  • Six 12 VDC 8D enclosed heavy-duty batteries
  • Perko battery isolation switch
  • Lewco battery charger
  • Internationally approved navigation lights (i.e., port light, starboard light, stern light, masthead light, anchor light)


  • Carvel cedar hull with swan oak framing
  • Five watertight compartments formed by four transverse bulkheads
  • Boarding gates: two forward and two amidships
  • Teel 15-gallon compressed water/air tank
  • 20-gallon water heater
  • Deck fittings:
    Electrical: port/star
    Waste: port/star
    Water: port/star
    Fuel: port/star


  • Two 6-cylinder 330 HP @ 1,350 RPM Detroit Diesel model 6-71 marine diesel engines, fuel filters, seawater strainers with seacocks
  • Hours: 807 port, 1,972 starboard December 2020
  • Capitol marine gears
  • Engine room insulation
  • Two 3 blade propellers
  • 2” stainless steel shafts
  • Dayton pre-charged pressurized water tank
  • 30-gallon electric compressor/receiver
  • 50-gallon water heater


The vessel is equipped with two public heads and one private head in the Bridal Suite, each contains:

  • Two toilets
  • Two sinks and faucet
  • Two toilet paper dispensers
  • Two paper towel dispensers


  • 142 type I adult size personal flotation devices (stowed in deck boxes)
  • 15 type I child size personal flotation devices (stowed in deck boxes)
  • Three 30” life rings one with line
  • Five self-actuated rescue lights
  • 4 B-II and 1 B-I 10 lb. dry chemical fire extinguisher
  • Fixed CO2 system
  • Pyrotechnic distress signals
  • Two fire stations including: two 1 1/2” UL approved rubber lined hoses with brass or bronze fittings, two brass or bronze nozzles, two brass or bronze hose bibs. The bilge pump system operates the fire system also
  • Fire axe
  • 406 MHZ EPIRB
  • Stockless Danforth style 22 lb. anchor


  • Exterior coating: Coating
  • Interior decks:
    Salon: Wood
    Heads: Vinyl
    Galley/bar: Wood
    Headliner: Wood
  • Interior Bulkheads:
    Salon: Wood

Accommodations & Layout

This stunning classic yacht was originally built for circus baron Charles Ringling and was named for Zumbrota Falls where the Ringling family lived.  She is arranged with an open-air foredeck with entrance to the salon via a door on port and starboard.  The beverage bar is forward on starboard with the galley across to port.  The main deck has settees aft of amidships to port and starboard along with several on her fantail.  A bridal suite below deck with a private head.  The 01 deck offers the wheelhouse forward and open-air passenger space aft.


The ZUMBROTA is in good condition. She is outfitted with teak decks, brass and polished woodwork.  The vessel did not operate in the 2021 season and is due her preseason maintenance. The yacht offers a sleek style and wonderful viewing for passengers.

Registered Historical Vessel and exempt from the requirements in 17 CCR § 93118.5

  • 93118.5. Airborne Toxic Control Measure for Commercial Harbor Craft, per para (c) (7) A registered historic vessel is exempt only from subsection (e)(6);

      (e) Fuel Use and Engine Emission Requirements.

  • Subsection (e)(6) is the key provision of this regulation, as it achieves emission reductions by requiring the eventual replacement or cleanup of engines in the fleet of in-use ferries, excursion vessels, tugboats, towboats, push boats, crew and supply vessels, and barge and dredge vessels. This subsection requires that owners and operators eventually replace or otherwise bring into compliance with the specified engine standards all of their pre-Tier 1 and Tier 1-certified engines in their in-use vessels by the dates shown in the specified compliance schedules. The compliance dates are designed to clean up the fleet’s oldest and dirtiest engines first, while giving more time for relatively newer, Tier 1 engines to be upgraded or replaced. Vessels (ferries, excursion vessels, tugboats, and towboats) with their homeport in the SCAQMD have an accelerated compliance schedule to reflect that district’s greater need for expedited emission reductions. The compliance schedules are grouped by vessel type, location of the vessel’s homeport, the engine’s model year, and the engine’s annual hours of operation.