A scaled up replica of the original HMS Bounty, launched in 1961, commissioned by MGM for their 1962 film, Mutiny on the Bounty.
She was built from the original ship’s drawings on file in the British Admiralty archives. She was constructed in the traditional manner at Smith and Ruhland Shipyard in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. All the dimensions were increased by approximately one third. In recent years she has been almost completely rebuilt.
Bounty Replica – Approximate Dimensions
Length on Deck
10,000 sq ft
Registered Gross Tons
Classification and notes
The Bounty is currently classed as a dockside attraction which is a classification not a statement on her seaworthiness (she recently completed a seven month tour to Canada and Europe.) The ‘tween decks could be easily be configured to sleep more in cabins if desired. Since she is a US Flagged ship she would need a SSV certification to carry more, potentially up to 49 over night and 149 daytime. Estimated cost to make the vessel in compliance with Coast Guard standards for such a certificate is about $350,000. Her galley is set to accommodate this number easily now.
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