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News: Royal Denship Launches 80' Classic Yacht "Livingstone"

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  1. 80-foot Classic Yacht "Livingstone" Launched At Royal Denship
    Dutch yacht Royal Denship has launched their Classic 80-footer luxury yacht. She is called "Livingstone" and bears design lines by Kroes & Poortinga. Materials of steel were used for the hull with aluminium used to build the superstructure. This yacht was built this year but taking a look at her it is easy to think she was built in the 1930's and recently refitted to her former glory.
  2. The precise layout for Livingstone isn't known at this time but the renderings suggest a contemporary interior that is colourful and easy on the eyes. That seems to be a trend going on today even with the really old classic yachts. That is, to restore the exterior to as close representation as original but time warp the interior into the 21st century. The interior is beautiful and suggests that the master suite is forward in the hull. The room echoes that of the exterior paintjob using greys, whites and a colourful accent colour to bring the theme together. With her 22-foot beam, the space shouldn't be that tight.
  3. As you would imagine, Livingstone isn't built for speed just for exploring and cruising which is what her owners plan to do with her once delivered. They actually plan to explore Baltic regions and the Norwegian Fjords. Livingstone has twin MAN Tier II engine which are responsible for a total output of around 670 horse power. Top speed should be around 11-knots but slower her range can extend to as much as 3,000 nautical miles. Her grey hull is complemented nicely with grey masking on the superstructure and a distinctive turquoise underwater hull adds a splash of colour to the overall theme. On the upperdeck, there is space for loose furniture as well as storage for the yacht's two tenders -with a davit to serve them-.

    For more information:

    Royal Denship
    Klifweg 20
    8321 EJ Urk

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