The brainchild of the late Andreas Liveras, Moonlight II was built in steel by Neorion in Greece and delivered in 2005. She was designed by Alpha Marine with interiors by H. Poulias. The brokers said that, "this price adjustment makes Moonlight II surely the most desirable 90-metre-plus superyacht of the market today".
Moonlight II was originally commissioned as the 85.3-metre Alysia by Andreas Liveras along with a sistership Annaliesse, now Queen Miri. Liveras is renowned in the industry as a pioneer in the superyacht charter arena, introducing large spas and high-capacity vessels to the charter market.
Passenger Ship certified, Moonlight II accommodates a party of 36 in 18 staterooms and suites and offers guests over 2,400 square metres of living space to enjoy. The superyacht has hosted many VIPs over its decks at events from Monaco to the Middle East, served by a crew of 36.
The main saloon offers a multitude of comfortable seating areas, a bar, and a grand piano, while the "presidential size" dining area shows its opulence with two large dining tables to seat the full party of 36 guests. From the dining room, one enters the reception lobby which serves the 10 guest staterooms located on the main deck and leads to the spectacular full-beam spa which includes a massage room, beauty salon, steam shower and gym.
The upper deck presents an impressive owner’s apartment, all en suite with private access to its Jacuzzi on deck. This deck includes five guest cabins and a fully equipped cinema room. The bridge deck boasts a sky lounge, ideally suited to entertainment, with a games room and a bar. This deck also includes two guest staterooms.
Moonlight II was lengthened by 6.1 metres during a refit in 2014 to 2015 when new exterior deck spaces and seating areas were added across her 14-metre beam. She sports a vast beach club with bar, elevator to all decks and a touch-and-go helipad.
The brokers have described her as "the quintessence of luxury in the utmost comfort and safety".
The ABS-classed 3,056 GT yacht for sale cruises at 13 knots and has a top speed of 15 knots. With a range of over 7,000 nautical miles, she is a true transoceanic world-cruising superyacht.
Lying in Dubai, Moonlight II is now asking €68,000,000.