Hartman Livingstone 24 Yacht

Most yachts are built to look as futuristic as possible. The Hartman Livingstone 24 Yacht is happily inspired by the past. In a nod to classic cruisers, the 79-foot vessel's exterior wouldn't look out of place in the 1930s. Unlike those old boats, it hides a host of modern amenities beneath its retro exterior. Those include four staterooms with room for up to nine passengers, a kitchen, bar, dining, and living areas, a pair of 345 hp MAN engines, and state-of-the-art navigation.

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