November 18, 2017

New Model: Hartman 24 Livingstone

Having roots associated to shipping from 1775 the Dutch boat builder Hartman does a fast start, launching its first model the 24 Livingstone just a couple of weeks after presenting the project to the media in Summer 2017. Inspiring itself to the ships of early twentieth century, hence the name Livingstone a famous explorer of the mid nineteenth century, the Hartman 24 is an interesting pocket 24-30 meter size super yacht for those who want a traditional looking vessel with the latest technology.  Build of steel the Livingstone 24 offers a standard interior layout of four double cabins below deck with a forward owners stateroom, and a laundry room.  Power for the Livingstone 24 comes in two options.  Hull one featured a single Man 345hp with an available option being for a twin installation of the same engine.  
Technical Data:
Length - 23.99 m (78.8m)
Beam - 6.85 m
Draft - 1.80 m
Displacement -  104.3 t 
Fuel Capacity - 10500 l
Water Capacity - 5000 l
Accommodation - eight / nine berths in four cabins
Engines - 1 x Man 345hp, or 2 x Man 345hp
Speed - 11 knots cruise
Range - 3000 nm at 10 knots cruise
Project - Niels van Oostenbrugge and Albert Abma of Sheerline Yachts
Certification - CE A