Sightseeing or dining - WESMAR has your comfort!

Among the dozens of excursion and dinner cruise vessels around the world that use WESMAR’s commercial bow thrusters are these three highly popular ones. The Circle Line Manhattan, New York; Endless Dreams, Newport Beach, California; and California Spirit, San Diego, California.  Each is a US Coast Guard subchapter K class, and each offers its own unique capability and sophistication. These three were designed by the Naval Architectural Firm of DeJong and Lebet, Inc., Jacksonville, Florida.

Providing the best view of the world’s most famous skyline, is the Circle Line Manhattan, a 165-foot sightseeing  vessel with a WESMAR V2-24 150 HP electric bow thruster. Certified under subchapter K for 600 passengers plus 100 crew, she takes sightseers on 2-and 3-hour tours daily. The WESMAR thruster adds efficiency and safety when loading and off loading.  Passengers circumnavigate Manhattan Island viewing  3 rivers, 7 major bridges, 5 boroughs, over 25 world renowned landmarks and, of course, a magnificent close-up of the Statue of Liberty.

Endless Dreams is a 140-foot dinner Cruise Yacht, operating on the US West Coast  She is a combination of spacious elegance and graceful lines.   The three–deck vessel features a large full length dining room, a ballroom for weddings , dancing, cocktails or dining, and a third deck which is an open passenger deck with pilot house forward. For seated meals she accommodates 350 guests; buffet meals and cocktails, 450 guests.  She operates out of Newport California and her  100-HP WESMAR electric dual prop bow thruster ensures comfortable and efficient docking and on and off-loading. 

California Spirit  exemplifies the beauty and fun of one of the nation’s most enchanting harbors. The 160-foot-long Dinner Cruise Vessels plies San Diego Harbor hosting special events such as weddings, family reunions, corporate cruises, and dinners. Her seating capacity is 220 on the main deck and 100 on the second deck with an unobstructed 360-degree view from every level. She is operated by the San Diego Harbor and while the lines and outward appearance are that of a large private megayacht, the interior includes two large dining rooms capable of seating 450 passengers. Food service is provided by the spacious 900 sq. foot galley. She is  equipped with a WESMAR V2-24 150 HP electrically driven bow thruster.

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