M/V Lady Rosalind II, Taylor Corp. vessel, serving northern Andros Bahamas

M/V Lady Rosalind II at Potter’s Cay Dock, Nassau, by frtrfred at www.shipspotting.com
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PAST NAMES: not known if any
DIMENSIONS: 198 feet long, 42.9 feet wide, 498 gross tons, 720 DWT (capacity) tons, Nassau # 6754, IMO # 9418717, Call sign: C6R2090

BUILT: by Portier Shipyard, Chauvin, Louisiana, USA
EARLY CAREER: so far as is known she has been serving the Bahamas her entire career
BAHAMAS CAREER: serves North Andros from Nassau
CAPTAINS: Capt. Gifford Johnson, Capt. Eddins Taylor (possibly Capt. V. H. Black as well)
FATE: still serving in April 2015
OWNERS: Pirate’s Well Investments, Nassau, managed by E. B. Taylor
NOTES: The ship received a bit-part in the Canadian docu-drama “Murder in Paradise” in 2013 –
Captain Taylor showcased his mail boat Lady Rosalind II ‘playing’ a Coast Guard ship. Additional location opportunities for locals were luxury car owners, jet ski owners, hotel proprietors and Arawak Cay affording the shoot panoramic views of the ocean. The production team also found the advice of marine consultant Captain Shalico Moxey of Yellowtail Charters invaluable as it saved everyone time and energy.”
Stern view of Lady Rosalind II at Potter’s Cay Dock showing her stern ramp for loading wheeled cargo, making here a Ro-Ro or roll-on, roll-off vessel.
Lady Rosalind II at Potter’s Cay Dock. This is one of the larger mail boats in Bahamas.
M/V Lady Rosalind II prior to being formally launched in Chauvin, Lousiana, 2006. 
Photo courtesy of Capt. Eddins Taylor, Pirate’s Well Investments, Nassau, April 2015.