Dutch Builder Royal Denship Delivered the First Classic 80 Named Livingstone

It’s a boat with classic looks

The motor yacht named Livingstone has been delivered by Dutch yard Royal Denship. With a length of 24.4 m, the boat has a vintage look and it's part of the Royal Denship Classic 80 range.

It uses a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure. The whole project was developed by Hartman Marine in collaboration with naval architects Kores & Poortinga.

She has completed sea trials earlier this year and will be touring the Baltic Sea.

The interior of Livingstone has a family-friendly layout. She features a lounge and dining area plus galley on the main deck and four guest cabins below deck.

Power is supplied from two MAN Tier Ii diesel engines with a total power of 670 hp. Top speed is 11 knots. Cruising at 10 knots, she can return a range of 3,000 nautical miles.