Bonnie Lynn under sail
sailing along the Pitons St Lucia

'Bonnie Lynn' is a serious offshore cruising vessel, built to very high standards.  Extraordinary means were taken to make her comfortable and seaworthy.  One unusual aspect is her heavily insulated hull,  deck and interior bulkheads, which offer passengers more privacy and comfort.  Below deck she is teak and mahogany paneled with a teak and holly sole.  Traditional style brass lights create a romantic, old world atmosphere.  A diesel heater offers warmth when sailing in cooler climates. Cabins have adjoining heads and showers.  The fos'cle has a settee that can be pulled out to a double berth, as well as two single berths.   The other two cabins have double berths.  110 volt power is available throughout. The owners quarters are aft, which enables guests to have total privacy.  Although 'Bonnie Lynn' is very traditional looking she is equipped with the most modern and technologically advanced navigation, communication and safety equipment.  She has a sound-insulated walk-in engine room, housing a 220 hp John Deere diesel and 8 kw diesel generator.Her elaborate electrical system includesa water heater, watermaker, refrigeration and freezer units.
Her flush deck allows guests to wander about freely even while
under sail.
Specifications:
  • US Coast Guard Certified 32 passengers day -
  8 Oceans under Sub Chapter T
  • Steel hulled Schooner
  • Sparred length - 72'.
  • Length on deck - 57'
  • Beam - 15' 3 "
  • Draft - 7 ' 6"
  • Mast height - 65'
Navigation/Safety:
  • 3 GPS systems
  • 36 mile Furuno Radar
  • AIS Receiver
  • 3 VHF-FM radios, Hailer
  • Single Sideband Radio
  • 682 gal. diesel capacity
  • Robertson auto-pilot
  • 12 person solas liferaft
  • 406 Category I EPIRB emergency beacon
  • AB Rigid bottom inflatable, Yamaha outboard
On Deck/Recreational:
  • Mahogany table that seats six guests
  • Four teak deck chairs
  • Sound system/Sirius-XM Radio, Ipod dock, CDs
  • TV/DVD player
  • Two double hammocks
  • Two kayaks
  • 11' sailing dinghy
  • Midships overhead hard top awning with clear
  front and side panels, allows guests to be protected
  from inclement weather and still enjoy being on
  deck
  • Large groups can gather around the on deck table
  • The freedom of being able to walk about, even
         while under sail, makes you feel as if you are on
  a much larger vessel 





Port Cabin
On deck table
View to fos'cle from salon
Salon table Bonnie Lynn
Salon Table
Wahoo  caught offshore
relaxing onboard Bonnie Lynn
Deck Hammock
Peanut Satay Chicken
Foc'sle
Foc'sle two single
berths to port
Single berth to starboard
'Bonnie Lynn' Details






Breakfast
Served with freshly brewed coffee or tea, juices and a fruit medley
French omelet served with bacon, homemade muffins
Homemade granola, French toast/ maple syrup, homemade scones
Lunch
*Award winning seafood chowder with homemade breads
Curried chicken salad with baby greens salad
Avocados stuffed with crab meat salad and garlic bread
Caribbean butternut squash soup with Downeast crab cakes
Appetizers
Feta herb popovers with mango chutney
Conch fritters, Baked Brie, Smoked Salmon and Mussels
Crabmeat rangoon
Dinner
Stuffed lobster, glazed carrots, jasmine rice, pear salad
Charcoal broiled filet mignon, veggie medley, baked potato
Fresh grilled tuna, asparagus with cream sauce, linguine with garlic herb sauce
Grilled pork tenderloin with roasted red peppers, grilled sweet potatoes, caesar salad
Desserts
Blueberry buckle, creme brulee, strawberry shortcake/whipped cream
Apple & pear crisp with homemade ice cream, chocolate mousse, trail mix cookies
Cocktails
Unique and unusual cocktails
Local and international beers and wine
Our bar includes an array of soft drinks, tonic and soda
*Winner of the 2002 Newport Charter Boat Show Chowder Fest
Contact us at:
401-835-3367 or 3368
mack@bonnielynn.com

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