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June 4, 2012
In a city of superlatives, Remember When stands out. She is currently stretched across the north breakwall, commanding the marina.
Remember When is 168 feet in length and was built in the United States by the Christensen Shipyard in Vancouver. She is known for her stunning interior which includes walnut walls and cabinetry plus some of the world’s finest marble inlay and stone work. Among her many innovative features are an integrated dynamic positioning system which allows her to maintain a fixed position regardless of forces such as current and wind.
She is powered by twin 1,770 Hp MTU engines and can reach a maximum speed of 17 knots. Her transatlantic range is 4,300 nautical miles at 11 knots.
And she has a set of air horns which play show tunes in case you hear them on a summer evening in the harbor.
– Commodore Michael Fortenbaugh