Expedition Miss Lisa Citadel Yachts
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Expedition motor yacht Miss Lisa is a 28 metre vessel constructed by Citadel Yachts. Miss Lisa features a robust steel hull construction, splendid exterior styling and luxurious interior by Joseph Artese. The Naval Architects responsible for her design is Dennis Als. Her striking Flag Blue hull and Matterhorn White topsides complement her lines that aside from beauty were built to endure seas. Super Yacht Miss Lisa can sleep up to 12 guests in six cabins.
Miss Lisa motoryacht's steel hull design features a high bow with aggressive compound curvature and refined cutwater for fuel efficiency. A massive one-inch thick, 12-inch by 12-inch box beam keel and four solid two-inch steel skegs positioned under the props and stabilizers provide unparalleled protection in the unfortunate event of a grounding. The pilothouse, fly bridge and mast are constructed of aluminum to lower the center of gravity for improved sea keeping.
Massive 10-inch teak caprails were installed on all bulwarks with teak decking on all levels except the flybridge. Two highly-polished, custom stainless steel anchor winches, complete with polished stainless anchor troughs and gold plated control levers, adorn the foredeck of the expedition yacht Miss Lisa. Stainless steel handrails and safety rails accent this area with a large Portuguese bulwark for added protection to the pilothouse.
Expedition Yacht Miss Lisa's large 25 foot beam offers vast interior spaces, still enabling a full walk-around on the main deck and the advantage of recruiting fewer crew. The salon and dining area for a formal setting; the galley superb for casual and festive entertainment and the sky lounge with sweeping 360 degree views make it a perfect retreat; comprise more than 1,200 square feet all together.
Miss Lisa superyacht's main deck master suite features a king sized bed, entertainment centre and marble en-suite bath. Three additional queen-berthed guest staterooms are on the lower level all with marble en-suite baths. Further aft, two additional cabins, each finished to guest standards, accommodate four crew or additional guests. Anigre, a non-threatened wood was chosen for Miss Lisa motoryacht's exquisite interior joinery and cabinetry.
Expedition Yacht Miss Lisa has a roomy 23ft x 23ft engine room, which allows complete access to all machinery for ease of maintenance and quick visual inspection. Her equipment includes twin Caterpillar 18's for propulsion and two 40kW Northern lights gensets for power. The lazarette houses a 3 phase A-SEA converter with foreign shore power.
One of the many features of the expedition yacht Miss Lisa is her extended boat deck capable of securing a 22-foot tender.
Expedition Miss Lisa Specifications
|2 x Caterpillar C18B-600
|Joseph Artese, Dennis Als, Citadel Yachts
|New England, Florida
Miss Lisa motoryacht's itinerary options are truly endless and could take her yacht charter guests to countless destinations. She is truly the right yacht for the times, is economical to operate and can easily be run by a crew of two.
Expedition Miss Lisa can accommodate a maximum of 12 guests in 6 cabins.
Amenities and Extras
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