Superyacht Amnesia becomes Andreas L at Liveras Yachts

1 September 2010 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

Following yesterday's news about the sale of the 60m motor yacht Amnesia, I learn that she has been acquired by Liveras Yachts and renamed Andreas L in memory of Andreas Liveras, who pioneered the owner-operator charter concept 25 years ago.

Andreas L is immediately available for the charter market.  Already a highly successful charter superyacht, she was conceived and designed with charter in mind and carries the latest audiovisual and communications systems, along with a vast array of watersports equipment, a fully-equipped gymnasium and a dedicated, tranquil massage room.

Contemporary, elegant styling runs throughout the light and spacious interior while fantastic open decks, a vast Jacuzzi and excellent sun-lounging spaces provide a host of facilities for life outdoors. Accommodation is provided for 12 guests in six large, airy cabins configured as a master suite, VIP suite (convertible to twin), two doubles and two twins with additional Pullman berths in each twin.

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