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Helena C, originally the Malcolm Miller, was built in steel to Lloyds 100A1 by John Lewis & Sons of Aberdeen, Scotland to a design of Camper &
Nicholson and launched in 1968 as a sail training ship. She was fully rebuilt in England
with interior design by Michael Jenkins and redelivered in 2004 as a
charter / private pleasure ship.
|Length on Deck
||Cayman Islands - fully compliant
with requirements for commercial vessels.
The guest accommodation is laid out as six double staterooms, of which the two aft staterooms can be converted to twin berths if preferred.
There is crew accommodation for eight.
Mechanical propulsion is by twin
Perkins Sabre 185hp diesels, there are two generators, air conditioning and she
has a bow thruster.