Liseron

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  • Shipyard Tacoma
  • Year 1952
  • Length 44.00 m
  • Beam 9.00 m
  • Tons 0 gt
  • Decks 3
  • Cabins 10
  • Passengers 24
  • Crew 12
  • Crew/Pax ratio 1 : 2.00
  • Currency USD
  • Language English
  • Flag Australia
Description

The motor ship Liseron was built in 1952 in Seattle, then sold to France as a minesweeper before being carefully restored in 1989 by The Boat Company. It can accommodate up to 20 passengers, assisted by 12 crew members. Life on board happens mostly in the main salon, a place of conviviality, where small conferences and meeting take place.
The Liseron also has a small library, a bar and an observation lounge. Naturalist guides accompany guests to ensure providing complete knowledge of the cruise destinations to guests.
Gabriele Bassi

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