Alaska Yacht Liseron | Details

Yacht Details

Length 145 Ft.
Beam 28 Ft. Draft 8.5 Ft.
Vessel Reg. # 971339 

Hailing Port Juneau, AK
Built 1952 Tacoma, WA Refitted – 1989-1990 in Tarpon Springs, FL
Speed Cruising – 10.0 knots/11.2 mph Max – 12.0 knots/14.1 mph
Main Engines 2 Cleveland 8-268A's Diesels 1200 RPM / 450 HP Each
Generators Two 75 KW Northern Lights
Water Makers 2 Village reverse-osmosis units with capacity of 1200 gal/day
Tankage Fuel - 8,631 gals. (26.8 tons) 
Water - 5,306 gals. (19.7 tons)


1 "Icom" Single sideband radiophone 
1 "Datamarine" VHF radiophone
1 "Shipmate" VHF radiophone 
2 "Furuno" Radars
1 "Koden" Color depth finder 
1 "Furuno" GPS Navigator
1 "Raytheon" Loudhailer 
1 "Furuno" Weatherfax
1 "Robertson" Autopilot "Argus" Ship-wide Alarm System 
1 Sat-phone


10 Cabins with Queen Lower and Single Upper bunks

Each Cabin with private bath, including shower, sink & toilet 110 volt electric outlets for hair dryers and electric razors

All cabins are located on the main or skiff deck with large, screened picture windows that open    outward onto the covered deck companion way with 2 doors (one solid and one screen door)



HP Defibrillator - all crewmembers trained in its use, at least one crewmember certified as a “wilderness first responder”, full medical kit and med-link capability.
Guests 20 Guest to Crew Ratio Approximately 2: 1


1 Captain* 
1 Chief Mate* 
1 Second Mate*  
1  Engineer 
1 Chef
1 Chef Asst.
1 Steward 
1 Naturalist 
1 Steward Asst. 
2 Deckhands*    
* Coast Guard Licensed


Four 18' Heavy-duty welded aluminum skiffs powered by 115 hp 4-stroke Yamaha engines
45 gal. Internal gas tanks for extended cruising.  Liseron is equipped with Standard VHF radios, center cockpit console 
center, fish finder/depth sounder units, downriggers and GPS. 

Fishing Equipment 

Saltwater trolling rods & reels Plus lures, bait & hand tied flies
Freshwater spinning rods & reels
A limited number of fly-fishing rods & reels of various weights


Six Wilderness Systems Pamlico 135 T single or tandem kayaks


One canoe 


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