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Hartman Yachts invites you to consider a 2022 build of their retro-classic Livingstone 24.
With their Livingstone series, Hartman Yachts of Urk, Holland wholly devotes itself to re-creating classic, jazz-age styled motor yachts with modern materials, equipment, and build methods. This Livingstone 24 model (along with her 20 meter little sister) is designed and built to live up to Hartman's motto: "Explore in Confidence."
Passagemaker Magazine, in their review of the L24, has said:
"She reflects the highest standards for quality and innovation. The yard’s background and experience is apparent in every element of the yacht, which seamlessly combines luxury with a robust structure to create a hardy, classic yacht with true exploration capabilities."
Boats International has called her:
"The pocket explorer yacht that dares to be different."
Built of Grade A steel with an aluminum superstructure, she was built with the skills acquired through seven generations of ocean-going boat building to owners who want to explore the world in comfort, safety and luxury.
Hartman spares no attention or expense in bringing together the critical elements that best define the term "Pocket Explorer Yacht," including:
These all come from lessons learned through Hartman's experience in building and operating ocean-tested commercial vessels - freighters that circle the globe, including regular passages from Europe to the Falkland Islands. These practices support their delivery of safe, rugged and comfortable vessels to those looking for the best possible Explorer yacht.
And don't miss the 360 degree Virtual Tour at the end of this listing.
A fully integrated helm relies on a Simrad Integrated Bridge System, with three 19" touchscreen providing:
A Commercial Grade Mave Mare-IX system includes two Chiller units (Model CIV8) and remote Mare-IX units in all cabins, the salon, and the wheelhouse.
1300 gallons of freshwater capacity.
Cathelco watermaker produces 70 gallons per hour of fresh water.
Double water pressure systems on board (one as a backup).
53 gallon hot water tank, and an engine-fed hot water heater.
A Hamann Sewage treatment Unit for 12 persons.
Hydrosta hydraulic system drives the following equipment:
It's power is managed through a high-pressure. load sensing pump (170 CC's) off the main engine. An additional 49 CC higp-ressure pump is fitted to thhe gearbox PTO, as a spare.
This system is backed up by an electrically driven power pack pump for non-engine operation. A separate 24V hydraulic powerpack is fitted for feeding the Opacmare boat crane, and a third power pack operates the VCU boarding/swim ladder and deck hatch.
A custom-designed, fully integrated Yacht Control Panel System (by Marble Marine Electronics) manages the following systems: