Perkins Diesel 50hp Fuel 47 Gal Water 120 Gal
GLORY OF CHRISTIANSTED was one of three models built in the late 70's to meet the grueling demands of the charter marketplace. The 37 footer was to accommodate two couples in complete privacy with en-suite heads and showers, plus accommodations of the occasional fifth or sixth persons. GLORY FACT: The 'Christiansted' in her name is the main city on the island of St. Croix, which is the southern most of the US Virgin Islands, and the furthest east point of all United States territories.Capt. Kummerle teaches a learn to sail program as well. To read Capt. Kummerle's philosophy on sailing instruction visit this site: http://www.caribbeancharter.com/Glory/GlorySailingInstruction.htm. You can read an article from Cruising World on Capt. Kummerle here: http://www.caribbeancharter.com/Glory/CruisingWorld.html.
Entertainment = VHF Radio telephoneAuto PilotGPSEPIRBSun Awning (under sal too!)Cockpit table and cushionsSnorkeling equipmentStereo SystemSwim LadderRendezvous scuba10' Fiberglass dinghy with ouboard; Ice Maker = No; Water Maker = NO; Fishing Gear10' Tender with 4hp outboardBoarding LadderBoard Games50+ CD'sBooks 1 x King Berth En-Suite1 Single Cabin with 2 Beds (Shared Bathroom)No ACThe guest cabin is forward, with an 88" wide king berth, drawers, cabinets, shelves, hanging locker and its own private toilet, face basin and shower. The captain's cabin is aft.The dinette can seat up to six in comfort, fine meals are prepared in its well equipped galley with a very large freezer and two refrigerators. Hot and cold pressurized water runs throughout the boat. With ten opening ports and seven opening hatches, the boat is always tradewinds cool and breezy in every cabin.