Length 26m (85ft)
Builder Pacific Mariner
Built 2014
Guests 9 in 4 cabins
Motor yacht CHERRY BOMB (previously known as LUCKY LADY) was built by Westport as a Pacific Mariner design, with naval architecture by William Garden. She was the very last 85 Pacific Mariner built by Westport.
CHERRY BOMB  has an impressive interior volume, comparable to that of a 100’. She is equipped with a Seakeeper 35, new upgraded 42 KW generators, new VSAT, and all new carpet and headliners throughout.
She is built with a GRP and Teak deck, a GRP hull, and GRP superstructure. CHERRY BOMB can accommodate up to 9 guests in 4 comfortable, well-appointed staterooms as well as accommodations for up to 3 crew.
A meticulously maintained, must-see yacht - you will not find anything similar in better shape!

Special features

  • 4 guest staterooms
  • Seakeeper 35
  • VSAT
  • New carpet and headliners throughout
  • 2x custom dehumidifiers built in to AC

Specification CHERRY BOMB


Guests 9
Staterooms 4
Crew 3

Construction & Design

Built 2014
Builder Pacific Mariner
Exterior Designer William Garden/Westport
Interior Designer Westport Design

Dimensions & Materials

Length 26.16m (85'10")
Beam 6.48m (21'03")
Draft 1.57m (5'02")
Gross Tonnage 117 GT
Hull Material Fiberglass/GRP

Performance & Engines

Cruising speed 22 Knots
Max speed 25 Knots
Cruise range 350 nm
Engines 2 x MTU (1,500 hp)
2 x Northern Lights (42kW)

Class & Flag

Flag U.S.A.


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