Though completed in 2001, the Keri Lee III went through a total refurbishing in 2009. The 177-foot yacht was built in Fort Lauderdale by Trinity Yachts, courtesy of a project signed by Claudette Bonville & Associates. It has been added a new audio-visual entertainment system, high-speed internet connection, new air conditioning and a grand redecoration of the main salon.
Mechanics-related improvements are the new zero-speed stabilizers and a new set of underwater lighting. The boat is good both for cruising, for example through the picturesque waters of the Bahamas or Canaries, or it can be used as a transatlantic transporter.
It comprises six en-suite cabins, four doubles and two twins.
The accommodation will refer to a maximum of 12 guests and another 12 crew members and staff. There’s a Jacuzzi spa pool on the sun-deck and an alfresco dining space on the aft deck (which can be covered if the weather gets nasty). Performance related numbers include a maximum speed of 19.5 knots, cruise speed of 13 knots.
One can have all these through a charter system, for $275,000/week.