Built in GRP by Italian superyacht yard ISA, Liberdade is Bureau Veritas classed and was delivered in 2007 as the fourth and final launch in the ISA 133 series. The original ISA 133 hull structure was modified and stretched in order to allow for larger walkways, a lounge area on the foredeck and a custom garage for two jet skis, water sports equipment and a crane forward of the owner’s stateroom.
Liberdade accommodates up to 11 guests in five cabins laid out as a master suite with an office, a VIP suite, two doubles and a twin. She also has a cinema convertible to a sixth cabin. All cabins have en suite bathroom facilities and LCD televisions connected to a central Kaleidescape server offering music and films on demand.
The cleverly conceived split-level main saloon and dining room is designed to maximise living space on board in two separate and spacious areas where guests can enjoy as much privacy as they wish. In an interior by Christiano Gatto, light-toned woods and rich, dark fabrics and leathers combine to create a modern, elegant ambiance on board.
Liberdade was asking €5.9 million.