The GOODTIME III
The GOODTIME III was built in Jennings, LA by LeVac Shipyards and is 151′ x 40′ and has a capacity of 1,000 passengers total.
This ship weighs over 500 Tons fully loaded with cargo and passengers. She carries 4,600 gallons of potable drinking water, 6,500 gallons of fuel, 5,000 gallons for wastewater, and is powered by 2-Cummins KT-19 Turbo Diesel Engines producing 850 Horse Power. This ship is also equipped with a 200 Horse Power Bow Thruster and has 2-100 KW Generator Sets for electricity.Home port is East 9th Street Pier, Cleveland, OH ( next to the Rock -n- Roll Hall of Fame + Museum and the Great Lakes Science Center ).
The GOODTIME II
The GOODTIME II was built in Erie, PA by Pasch Marine and was 100′ x 31′ and had a capacity of 473 passengers total. This vessel was sold in May of 1991 to a Company in Philadelphia PA and ran as Liberty Bell II. She was sold again in 1997 to become a gaming vessel in Venice, Fla. and unfortunately was scrapped in 2010.
The “GOODTIME” was a 62-by-16-foot boat with a capacity of 100 people, purchased in Erie, PA in 1957.