|Class and 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)|
Alysia is a luxury charter Motor yacht owned by Greek businessman Andreas Liveras. 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. This made her Forbes magazine's most expensive yacht in the world for 2006.
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). Her displacement is 2,990 metric tons. She can accommodate up to 36 guests and 36 crew. The main engines are twins Caterpillar 3606s, with maximum out put of 750 horsepower (560 kW) each. 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). Her auxiliary diesel generators are three 500 kW Caterpillar 3412 and one Caterpillar 3406. Her propulsion system drives two variable pitch KaMeWa propellers. 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). It was on sale for 85M euro.
Renovated and renamed Moonlight II in 2012, and offered for weekly rentals of 500,000 euro.
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. The staterooms include a small cinema, large conference room and small restaurant.
The yacht was renamed Moonlight II in 2010.
- Alysia, www.ships-info.info
- "Luxury Yacht Moonlight II (ex ALYSIA) - Superyacht Charter". charterworld.com. Retrieved 2 October 2014.