30 m / 98′
Heerlijckheid (ex. Livadia, ex-Livia) was nominated for a World Superyacht Award in 2011. She was nominated in the category Best Displacement Motor yacht of below 500GT (30m to approximately 49.9m). Heerlijckheid is a sister ship of Alask (ex. Darsea) and Sofia II, they were drawn by Rene van der Velden and the naval architecture is from Diana Yacht Design.
Heerlijckheid is shaped with a round-bilge hullform to ensure exceptional comfort at sea. She features Caterpillar engines and zero-speed stabilizers, and is also built to Lloyd’s Register Class and MCA Certification. She provides owner and guests four very large and luxurious staterooms, in the fore ship she offers the crew a comfortable living area.
Owners and guests enjoy the most peaceful of cruises thanks to a comprehensive sound and vibration attenuation programme. In addition to deploying the finest noise-absorbing insulation, Moonen has eliminated vibration at source by giving the yacht’s highly skewed propeller 50 percent more clearance between the blade tip and hull surface.