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Th Black Douglas is a 93ft motor yacht, seen here in Staniel Cay, in the magnificent chain of Bahamian Islands called The Exuma Cays (a.k.a. “Exumas”)

Black Douglas motor yacht Black Douglas motor yacht + tender
Black Douglas is 93 feet long and displaces 190 tons, yet draws just 6 feet. We got a brief tour and she has a huge engine room. She was built in Florida of steel, and went into the water circa 2000. A two and a half ton diesel inboard dink being lowered onto the deck
Black Douglas motor yacht + tender Black Douglas motor yacht
Black Douglas has hydraulic winches scattered around the deck for lifting and working dock lines.
A Bimini top over the flying bridge with only one small satellite dome (most yachts this size have a variety of domes)

 

 

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