Alaska Yacht Liseron | Overview
Motor Vessel LISERON was built in 1952 in Seattle, sold to France as a minesweeper, and was acquired and lovingly restored in 1989 by the Boat Company.
Accommodating 20 passengers with a crew of 12 to serve all of your needs, you'll enjoy a comfortable main salon (common room) with an entertainment center, library, open bar (wine, beer, premium liquors & non-alcoholic drinks)
10 staterooms (6 main deck, 4 upper “skiff” deck) offer a queen sized bed plus twin upper bunk, individual temperature controls, a roomy built-in wardrobe, private bath with sink, mirror, hairdryer, toilet and standard-size stall shower, dresser & several roomy drawers, screened picture-frame windows that may be opened and solid & screen doors open onto perimeter deck.
An enclosed heated fantail is used for dining or relaxing. There is a clothes drying locker and an enclosed forward observation lounge on the upper deck.
Service features two onboard stewards, all meals and snacks prepared fresh by the onboard chef. Breakfast, lunch, dinner & all snacks included featuring fresh fruits, vegetables & your catch! Special diets accommodated
Activities offered by trained naturalist guides include entertaining & educational presentations, hiking, nature walks, beachcombing, picnics, kayaking, stream, lake & shore fishing, & trolling from 20′ skiffs
Wildlife viewing (binoculars in every room), reading, videos/DVDs, cards & games in the salon are provided for your entertainment.