The 50-metre ISA motor yacht Liberty is now jointly listed for sale with Ed Dickinson and Wes Sanford of Northrop & Johnson and Konstantin Kolpakov of Arcon Yachts following a change in central agency.
Liberty was built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure in 2011 by Italian shipyard ISA Yachts and joins the market following her 10-year class survey completed in summer 2021. She has been well-maintained throughout her life, entering a shipyard period every winter for regular maintenance and renovation as needed.
She sports a dark grey hull paired with a double red bootstripe and exterior styling courtesy of Andrea Vallicelli. Meanwhile, Rene Van Der Velden provided a contemporary interior that includes a six-cabin layout for a total of 13 guests, with each cabin designed to a different maritime theme – tortoise, seahorse, shark, nautilus, shrimp, starfish and coral. There is a master suite, a VIP suite, two double cabins and two twins (one with a Pullman berth), all with en suite bathrooms.
Her main deck saloon is encircled by panoramic windows providing lots of natural light and ocean views. There is also a modern sky lounge on the bridge deck finished in a coral theme with a bar, L-shaped sofa and loveseat.
Liberty offers three options for al fresco dining across her three decks. Forward of the bridge is a Portuguese deck, perfect for quiet morning coffees, while the sundeck is ideal for the gathering of family and friends. Forward on this latter space is a bar and aft are sun loungers and an abundance of sun pads for soaking up the sunshine.
Twin MTU M71 diesel engines enable her to reach a maximum speed of approximately 16.8 knots with a range of 4,400 nautical miles. She was built to comply with MCA and Lloyds standards and runs with a crew of 11. Quantum zero speed stabilisers keep her steady when both at anchor and underway.
Lying in Loano, Italy, Liberty is asking €16,900,000.