August 08, 2016 Mega Yacht News
Live it up in New England on LIVERNANO
Designed and built to savour life’s sweetest indulgences – travel, fine food and wine and the company of others – luxury charter yacht LIVERNANO is a 96ft (29.26m) superyacht dedicated to your every vacation whim.
Available now for charter in the New England region, cruising Southern New England and Maine and taking in some of the most famous yachting destinations in the world, LIVERNANO is a classic combination of elegant design and décor with the latest modern comforts and technology.
In terms of luxury yacht chartering, New England is a character-filled cruising ground with a unique blend of old world charm, contemporary sophistication and hidden inlets for complete peace and tranquillity.
New England, bordered by New York, the Atlantic Ocean, and Canada, is made up of six states: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.
It is generally divided into two charter destinations: southern New England and Maine. Southern New England is home to some of the most famous yachting destinations in the world, with many charters starting out Newport, Rhode Island. Here, charter guests can choose from a veritable smorgasbord of restaurants, bars, boutiques and galleries or lose yourselves entirely the pleasant bays along the coastline.
Maine has its own mix of scenery – craggy coastlines, towering lighthouses, islets and seaside villages famous for their seafood and hospitality. There are hundreds of islands, coves and harbours, along with sealife as diverse as seals, porpoises, ospreys and bald eagles.
Aboard your luxury charter yacht LIVERNANO, a Princess 95 motor yacht known for her impressive space, luxurious interiors and attentive crew, you will have the choice of itinerary to suit your interests.
Most charter yachts venture forth from Newport Harbor, famous for its nautical history, museums and stately mansions. Your charter may take in the southern New England Islands such as Block Island, Cuttyhunk, the Elizabeth Islands, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket.
Just 30 miles south of Cape Cod, Nantucket is a must-visit island on your charter itinerary. You and your guests can easily spend a couple of days on shore, soaking up the history in museums, galleries, wharves, churches and cobbled streets of this peaceful island. Nantucket's Whaling Museum is a fascinating reminder of the island's heritage as a 19th-century whaling hub and its architecture of that era is well preserved.
LIVERNANO is well equipped to ensure you make the most of your New England sojourn, including a 28ft Boston Whaler for day trips and angling in waters that abound with flounder, oysters, clams and lobsters.
For lovers of watersports, there are plenty of toys onboard: a three-seater SeaDoo, snorkelling gear, paddle boards, beach toys, water skis, wake boards, and other towables, plus a trampoline for the kids.
Named in honour of a prominent vineyard in Italy and with the motto: "Life's too short to drink bad wine", LIVERNANO can promise charter guests a memorable culinary adventure.
New England has its own specialities and your onboard Chef, Terence Booth, will be pleased to create menus that sample from local delicacies such as clam chowder, fresh fish and lobster in all its forms.
Charter guests will also be tantalised with local produce such as cranberries, which have been a staple crop both around Cape Cod since Colonial days. There's also a Connecticut Wine Trail that wends through award-winning vineyards where you can sample and buy mementos of your visit. And no visit to Boston is complete without tasting an authentic Boston Cream Pie.
Aboard LIVERNANO, charter guests will be assured of 5-star comforts and all the accoutrements required for entertaining and socialising.
LIVERNANO's main saloon boasts Samsung HD 46″ flatscreen TV with DirecTV, BOSE surround system, AppleTV, Apple Airplay, Playstation, and DVD Player for all your entertainment needs. Adjacent is the formal dining area.
Interiors feature impeccable timber panelling in gloss American dark cherry wood, cream carpets and cream soft furnishings, with original art work, prints and interesting sculptures throughout.
The aft cockpit with wet bar is perfect for alfresco dining or cocktails at sunset. The expansive flybridge on LIVERNANO is perfect for entertaining and enjoying the views, with C-shaped sofa seating, dining table and additional seating.
Captain Andy Lauer and his professional crew of three are at your service to ensure your New England charter experience on LIVERNANO is nothing short of sensational.
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