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America’s 200 Largest Yachts - 136-150
America’s 200 Largest Yachts — 2001
By Diane M. Byrne
   
 

147. Sensei
(Photo: Neil Rabinowitz)
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136. CHARISMA        
130'0" 1995
Toys, toys, and more toys give Charisma, well, charisma. Snorkel gear, water-skis, a few three-person PWCs, a two-person kayak, an Expedition sailboat, and a six-person banana boat are all stowed onboard. B: Hatteras Yachts, USA; N: Jack Hargrave; H: Fiberglass; E: 2/2,400-hp Detroit Diesels

137. KISMET              
130'0"  1992
Jim and Jan Moran (see nos. 31 and 57) commissioned a 160-footer to replace this Feadship and sold her to another American. B: Feadship/De Vries Scheepsbouw, Holland; N: H.W. De Voogt & Zoon; H: Steel; E: 2/1,400-hp Detroit Diesels

138. PEGASUS           
130'0" 1990
Pegasus is owned by the couple who commissioned the same-named 189-footer on our list (see no. 17). Now that they've taken delivery of the larger yacht, they're selling this one for $9.45 million. B: Broward Marine, USA; N: Builder; H: Aluminum; E: 3/1,450-hp Detroit Diesels

139. SACAJAWEA     
130'0" 1995
Charterers who like a good game of chess can park themselves at the games table in the saloon onboard Sacajawea. If the competition gets too heated, they can cool things down at the large bar just an arm's reach away. The yacht was cruising Greece and the Med in late summer. She's also for sale for just under $12 million, and her current owner reportedly has spent $5 million over the past few years upgrading and/or replacing everything from mechanical systems to the interior decor to make the yacht attractive to corporate charterers as well as suitable for his large family. B: Hatteras Yachts, USA; N: Jack Hargrave; H: Fiberglass; E: 2/2,400-hp Detroit Diesels

140. SKYE TYME      
130'0" 1989
A car-racing enthusiast named this yacht after his daughter and keeps her (the yacht, not his daughter) in the Pacific Northwest. His brothers own Le Grand Bleu (see no. 1) and Katrion (see no. 59). B: Christensen Shipyards, USA; N: Builder; H: Fiberglass; E: 2/1,200-hp Caterpillars

141. SOJOURN           
130'0" 2000
A Californian has cruised both coasts of the USA onboard this yacht in the relatively short amount of time since delivery. She's complete with a large cockpit. B: Gambol Industries, USA; N: Jack Sarin Naval Architects; H: Fiberglass; E: 3/1,250-hp Caterpillars

142. LT SEA   
130'0" 2000
The first of Westport's 130-foot series is used by a private individual for personal cruises. The interior features cherry and madrona burl. B: Westport Shipyard, USA; N: Bill Garden; H: Fiberglass; E: 2/2,735-hp MTU-DDCs

143. REJOYCE           
130'0" 2001
The Caribbean and Western Med are on the future itineraries for this recently delivered charter yacht, which is expected to command $70,000 per week in the winter. Guests can relax in the flying bridge's hot tub and, if that's not enough, do a little more soaking in the one located in the master bath. B: Westport Shipyard, USA; N: Bill Garden; H: Fiberglass; E: 2/2,735-hp MTU-DDCs

144. LADY VAL        
128'0" 2001
Northcoast built this lady for a repeat client, who previously owned a 98-footer. She was delivered over the summer. B: Northcoast Shipyard, USA; N: Builder; H: Fiberglass; E: unknown

145. BLACKSHEEP  
127'0" 1997
A familiar sight in Punta Gorda, Florida, since delivery, Blacksheep is for sale for $9.9 million. Her name stems from her owner's service during WWII with the famed Blacksheep Squadron. B: Trident Shipworks, USA; N: Wesley Carr; H: Fiberglass; E: 2/3,048-hp MTUs

146. OUR WAY         
127'0"  1997
About two dozen of the owners' friends and family members can comfortably cruise aboard this Palmer Johnson. She was one of the many yachts that attended the annual Power & Motoryacht Rendezvous in Fisher Island, Florida, last November for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County. B: Palmer Johnson, USA; N: Builder; H: Aluminum; E: 2/1,350-hp Caterpillars

147. SENSEI             
127'0" 1990/1996
A tragic PWC accident killed the couple who enjoyed Sensei over the past five years, so the yacht, with specially designed stowage for Harley-Davidsons, is for sale. B: Mitsubishi Industries, Japan/Admiral Marine, USA; N: Builder/Glade Johnson; H: Fiberglass; E: 2/1,000-hp Mitsubishis

148. STAR OF AMERICA    
127'0" 1991
This charter yacht is a familiar sight in New York Harbor. B: Freeport Shipbuilding, USA; N: David Carambat; H: Aluminum; E: 2/375-hp Caterpillars

149. TALON    
127'0" 1987
This charter yacht features the interior handiwork of noted Texas designer Howard Dillday, including carved Limed oak paneling and furnishings. She's long been an active charterer and has made several transatlantic crossings. She's for sale for $4.95 million. B: Picchiotti, Italy; N: Builder; H: Aluminum; E: 2/625-hp Caterpillars

150. SWEET PEA       
126'6" 1985
Just wondering: Given the name they christened their yacht, do the owners of Sweet Pea eat a lot of spinach? Maybe they have Popeye cartoons playing on a continuous loop on the TVs...
B: Abeking & Rasmussen, Germany; N: Tom Fexas/Builder; H: Aluminum; E: 2/1,960-hp MTUs

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This article originally appeared in the January 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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