Motor Vessel Liseron

Motor Vessel Liseron, small boat Alaskan cruise

Motor Vessel LISERON was built in 1952 in Seattle, sold to France as a minesweeper, and was acquired and lovingly restored in 1989 by The Boat Company. She is 145 feet long and 28 feet wide with a draft of 8.5 feet.

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Boat Features

  • Accommodates 20 passengers
  • A crew of 12 to serve all of your needs
  • Comfortable main salon (common room)
    • Entertainment center
    • Open bar (wine, beer, premium liquors & non-alcoholic drinks)
    • Library
  • Eisenglass-enclosed heated fantail
    • Used for dining or relaxing
    • Clothes drying locker
    • Enclosed forward observation lounge on the upper deck

Service features

  • 2 Onboard Stewards
  • All meals and snacks prepared fresh by our onboard chef.
    • Breakfast, lunch, dinner & all snacks included
    • Featuring fresh fruits, vegetables & your catch!
    • Special diets accommodated


  • Trained naturalist guides
  • Entertaining & educational presentations
  • Hiking, nature walks, beachcombing, picnics
  • Kayaking
  • Stream, lake & shore fishing, & trolling from 20′ skiffs
  • Wildlife viewing (binoculars in every room)
  • Reading, videos/DVDs, cards & games in the salon

Room features

  • 10 staterooms (6 main deck, 4 upper “skiff” deck)
    • Queen sized bed plus twin upper bunk
    • Temperature controls
    • Roomy built-in wardrobe
    • Private bath with sink, mirror, hairdryer, toilet and standard-size stall shower
    • Dresser & several roomy drawers
    • Screened picture-frame windows that may be opened
    • Solid & screen doors open onto perimeter deck