Noa Danielle was inspired by the Fantail Motor Yacht designs of L.E. (Ted) Geary, a renowned Naval Architect of the 1920's. Geary's designs were particularly inspirational in creating the blueprint for Noa Danielle. Her pilothouse and forward bulwarks were raised giving her a look similar to the charming passenger carrying steamboats that plied the waters of New York Harbor at the turn-of-the-century.
|Builder||Andersen Boat Works, Inc.|
|Length Overall||62 feet|
|Maximum Speed ||12 knots|
|Cruising Speed||8 knots|
|Main Salon||30 feet by 14 feet|
|Veranda||18 feet by 15 feet|
|Upper deck||47 feet by 18 feet|
|USCG Certified||49 passengers|
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