Alysia

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Name: Alysia
Operator: Livers Yacht
Builder: Neorion S.A.
Launched: 2006
Notes: Call sign: 9HFR8
IMO Number: 9288215
MMSI: 215934000
General characteristics
Class & type: Yacht Charter
Displacement: 2,990 metric tons
Length: 85.30 m (279.9 ft)
Beam: 14.44 m (47.4 ft)
Draft: 3.70 m (12.1 ft)
Propulsion: 2 × Caterpillar 3606 engines
2 × 2,750 hp (2,050 kW)
Speed: 18 knots (33 km/h) (maximum)
14 knots (26 km/h) (cruising)
Capacity: 36 passengers
Crew: 36 crew

Alysia is a luxury charter Motor yacht owned by Greek businessman Andreas Liveras.[1] She is number 38 on the List of motor yachts by length. She was constructed in steel during 2006 by the Neorion ship-yard for a cost of about 116 million EUR.[1] This made her Forbes Magazine's most expensive yacht in the world for 2006.[1]

Statistics[edit]

Alysia is 85.30 m (279.9 ft) long, 14.44 m (47.4 ft) in the beam and has a draft of 3.70 m (12.1 ft).[1] Her displacement is 2,990 metric tons.[1] She can accommodate up to 36 guests and 36 crew.[1] The main engines are twins Caterpillar 3606s, with maximum out put of 750 horsepower (560 kW) each.[1] She has a maximum speed of 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph) and a cruising speed of 14.2 knots (26.3 km/h; 16.3 mph).[1] Her auxiliary diesel generators are three 500 kW Caterpillar 3412 and one Caterpillar 3406.[1] Her propulsion system drives two variable pitch KaMeWa propellers.[1] Her water capacity is 110,213 litres (24,243 imp gal; 29,115 US gal) and her fuel capacity is 234,455 litres (51,573 imp gal; 61,936 US gal) which provides a range of 7,000 miles (11,000 km).[1] It was on sale for 85M euro.

Renovated and renamed Moonlight II in 2012, and offered for weekly rentals of 500.000 euro.

Accommodation[edit]

Alysia has a large jacuzzi, two outside bars, water jets, diving equipment, fishing equipment and a small speed boat used for dives away from the yacht.[1] The staterooms include a small cinema, large conference room and small restaurant.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Alysia, www.ships-info.info

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