The iconic Liberty Star is a traditional gaff-rigged, two-masted wooden schooner built by Maine craftsmen. The Liberty Star was lovingly refit in 2012 for service in the British Virgin Islands. The ship features two upper and lower berth cabins, as well as a deluxe cabin with a full-sized double bed.
The cabins have been paneled in yellow pine to provide a warm and rich feeling. Each bunk is outfitted with comfortable pillows, linens, and blankets. The cabins have 110-volt outlets to charge electrical devices and each bunk features a reading light.
There is a shared bathroom below decks as well as a fresh-water shower on the main deck. The ship also features a salon, which offers plenty of room to eat on deck under the warm Caribbean sun.
Ship Registry - United States of America
Vessel Rig - Gaff Rigger Topsail Schooner
Homeport - Boston, MA (Summer); Virgin Islands (Winter)
Length Overall - 67-feet
Length of Deck - 52-feet
Waterline Length - 42-feet
Draft - 8-feet
Beam - 17-feet
Mast Height - 76-feet
Freeboard - 5-feet
Sail Area - 2,500 square feet
Gross Registered Tonnage - 52-tons
Vessel Displacement - 46-tons
Auxiliary Power - Cummins TurboDiesel 5.9L 210 H.P.
Hull - Oak and Mahogany
Deck - Douglas Fir and White Pine
Masts - Douglas Fir
Spars - Douglas Fir
Crew Compliment - 3 Near-Coastal / 7 Offshore
Designer - George Emery
Year Built - 1982
Certification - United States Coast Guard Passenger Vessel