In 1999, Swiftships built her. Tom Borland designed her. In 2014, DLBA Naval Architects was pleased to be part of her refit team. Her refit included machinery, outside coating, and engines. Her new twin 1,081 hp (800 kw) caterpillar C32 engines can take her at a nice leisurely clip of 18 knots. Although shy of the type of range needed for an Atlantic crossing, she can still go up to 3,000 nautical miles before refueling if she keeps a 12 knot pace.
MY Cherosa is refinement on water. She has 4 cabins with en-suite bathrooms. The VIP suite on the main deck has a panoramic view. The aft deck is adaptable so that it can be open or completely enclosed and air conditioned or heated in poor weather.
154′ / 47m
28′ / 9m
2×1,081 hp / 800 kw
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