MV Sea Discoverer
Ex Coastal Queen 2, Clipper Discoverer, Coastal Queen 2, Cape Cod Light
© Doug Shaw
Steel twin screw motor vessel built in 2004 by Atlantic Marine, Jacksonville, Florida (Yard No ) as a passenger (Cruise) ship
- Length: 87.27m (overall) m (between perpendiculars)
- Breadth: 15.24m (moulded)
- Depth: m
- Draught: 4.12m (max)
- Tonnage: 4,954 gross/1,486 net/695 deadweight
- Engines: 2 x Caterpillar 3516 B diesels
- Power: 1491kW/ 4000HP
- Speed: 10.0 knots (cruising) 12.0 knots (max)
- Capacity: 294 passengers
- Crew: 77
- Call Sign: C6YZ8
- IMO Number: 9213131 Official Number:
- MMSI Number: 311050300
- Port of Registry: United States, Bahamas
- Sister-Ship: Cape May Light
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2004: Launched for American Classic Voyages as CAPE COD LIGHT. Designed to cruise the U.S. East Coast, Maritime Canada and into the St. Lawrence River and Seaway, as well as Belize, Costa Rica, Honduras, Mexico and Panama in the winter.
April 2004 – October 2004: Cruises for Delta Queen Coastal Voyages.
October 2004: American Classic Voyages filed for bankruptcy.
December 1st 2004: Registered Owner; HMS Global Maritime Inc
September 2007: COASTAL QUEEN 2 Repossessed by the shipyard and eventually sold to International Shipping Partners and renamed.
March 2009: Registered Owner; Discoverer Owner LLC. Renamed CLIPPER DISCOVERY.
September 1st 2009: Registered Owner; Delta Queen Steamboat Co. Inc.
November 2009: Renamed COASTAL QUEEN 2.
2011: Registered Owner; Clipper Cruises, Miami.
Laid up at Tilbury and then used as an accommodation ship, at Lerwick, Emden and others, for wind-farm workers.
© Doug Shaw
March 2015: Renamed SEA DISCOVERER.
© Nigel Scutt
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