Published: Wednesday, 04 May 2011
The recently launched superyacht Liberty features design by ISA's in-house design studio and technical team, as well as Andrea Vallicelli. She is a displacement yacht with a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure, composed of a sun-deck, main-deck, and lower deck. The elegant exterior lines are accentuated by forward sloping windows, while the dark grey hull provides a tight contrast with the brilliant white superstructure.
The sundeck is 17 metres long and features a large pool, sunbathing area and plenty of seating space. The central dining table is located under the mast with structural sunshade. The upper deck forward of the wheelhouse is linked to the main deck and by a small stairway and is furnished with two sofas, a great area for guests to enjoy the view while underway.
The transom has no staircase, instead, a wide aft door opens, giving access to the “beach room” and creating a multipurpose area to enjoy using the water sport toys, swimming from the platform or sunbathing with a cocktail in hand. A large guest tender is stored in a garage adjoining “the beach area” and is launched through a door in the side of the hull. The 50-metre Liberty has a cruise speed of 15.5 knots, range of 2200 nautical miles, and is Lloyds and MCA classed.