Length: 145 Ft.
Beam: 28 Ft.
Draft: 8.5 Ft.
Speed: Cruising - 11.5 Knots/16.1 mph Max - 14 knots/16.1 mph
Main Engines: 2 Cleveland 8-268A\'s 450 HP Each
Generators: 2,75 KW Norther Lights 1, 12 KW Northern Lights
Water Makers: 2 wtih daily capacity of 2000 gal/each
Tankage: Fuel -8,631 gals.
Skiffs: 4 18 foot Almar Sounders
Heavy duty welded aluminum skiffs. Powered by 115 hp Yamaha engines
45 gal. Internal gas tanks for extended cruising. Equipped with standard VHF radios.
Center cockpit console center.
Lowrance fishfinder/depth sounder units, and Penn downriggers.
20 + Penn Saltwater trolling rods & reels Plus lures & bait
20 + Shakespeare rods with Shimano Freshwater spinning reels
The 20 passenger Motor Vessel LISERON was originally built in 1952 in Seattle, sold to France as a minesweeper, and was acquired and lovingly restored in 1989 by her current owners. She is 145 feet long and 28 feet wide with a draft of 8.5 feet. The Liseron's experienced crew of eleven will serve all your needs with a high crew to passenger ratio.
Onboard stewards serve meals and clean cabins daily. All meals and snacks are prepared fresh, using local ingredients by the on board chef.
The main salon aboard the Liseron is a comfortable gathering place with view windows and entertainment center, the yacht's library and open bar including wine, beer, premium liquors & non-alcoholic drinks. A unique feature of the Liseron is her Eisenglass enclosed heated fantail which is used as the ship's dining room or for relaxing between meals. The Liseron also features an enclosed observation room on the upper deck perfect for watching Alaska's scenic granduer.
The Motor Yacht Liseron's 10 staterooms (6 main deck, 4 upper "skiff" deck)each feature a queen sized bed plus a twin upper bunk, in room temperature controls, a roomy built in wardrobe, private bath with sink, mirror, outlets, toilet and standard size stall shower, a dresser and several roomy drawers, view window's that may be opened, and the door opens to a covered exterior perimeter deck. Windows and doors are screened so they can be left open to the fresh air. A pair of binoculars is available in each cabin.