Saturday, June 21, 2014

Heesen Sell 47m Project Margarita

Heesen Yachts announced last week that YN 16847, "Project Margarita" was sold on May 19, 2014 to an yachting enthusiast who is looking forward to cruising with his family in great comfort and style. Project Margarita is the first of the newly styled megayachts in the award winning 47m (154ft) class, a new breed of Heesen megayacht.

Her interior consists of silk, wool and linen fabrics that complement the rich textures featured in the main saloon, other elements include the walnut floor, oak walls and gloss lacquered ceiling. Large windows stretch across the entire length of the saloon in the sky lounge creating a light and airy place for guests to relax. The saloon also includes a bar and home cinema system.

The  owner's master suite includes an en-suite bathroom with a central bathtub and a pale travertine marble floor, a large private study and walk-in wardrobe. The guests will be accommodated on the lower deck in two double and two twin suites, all of which have en-suite bathrooms that have interesting marble walls and limestone floors.

Her impressive 180 sqm exterior deck spaces offers her 12 guests a variety of options to enjoy - an 85sqm of a sundeck, al fresco dining in four different areas, lounging around the Jacuzzi, and sunbathing on the large sun pads in front of the bridge in peace and quiet.

She will be delivered to her owners later this month on June 30 2014 after intensive sea trials in the North Sea for summer cruising in the Mediterranean and will be available for inspection at the Monaco Yacht Show next September, so look out for her if your there!

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