Founded in 1978 in Oss, Holland, Heesen has grown from a relatively small concern into one of the premier superyacht yards in the world. In 1992 the yard moved into production of traditional 37-55m steel-hulled displacement yachts and has never looked back. In 2003 they launched their highly-acclaimed 3700 and 4400 series, and two years later built a larger construction facility that now enables them to increase their capacity to eight yachts a year. Heesen’s combination of traditional values, impeccable build-quality, and modern techniques has led to a brand that commands respect both in the new and secondhand market.
Delivered in 2011, Satori is very much a part of the Heesen family with sporty lines that combine the exuberance of the 37 Metre Series with the decorum one might expect from a larger yacht. Frank Laupman, from Omega Architects, was responsible for this, and his triumph was in combining these good looks with a range of spacious deck areas. He was helped in this endeavour by the highly practical requirement to keep the yacht’s tonnage beneath 500GT.
In principle, the layout of the interior by Remi Tessier is conventional, with saloons at the aft of the main and bridge decks, and the master cabin set forward of a lobby and galley that occupy the centre of the main deck. On the lower deck is a stern garage that connects to the engine room, four guest cabins and crew quarters in the bow.
The four guest cabins – two large full beam VIP cabins and two smaller twins of equal luxury – open off a lower deck lobby lit with a luminous slab of backlit onyx.
Satori was a winner at the 2012 World Superyacht Awards and is listed for sale by Antoine Larricq and Neal Esterly at Fraser Yachts asking $40 million
Delivered in 2006 the 47m Sirocco is an all-aluminium tri-deck yacht built to ABS class and MCA compliant. An interior by Omega Architects sleeps 12 guests in six staterooms and twin 3700hp MTU engines give a range of 2,100 nautical miles at 15 knots.
Listed for sale by Chris Cecil-Wright at Edmiston & Company, Sirocco is asking €24.95 million.
Built in 2007 to ABS class and MCA compliant, the 44m Bliss accommodates 11 guests in a master suite, three doubles and a twin cabin attended to by Captain Riaan Woest and nine crew. She carries a wide range of tenders and water toys and is fitted with Naiad zero speed stabilisers.
Bliss is listed for sale at Nakhimov Yachts by Sergei Dobroserdov asking €18.95 million
G-Force is a 37.3m motor yacht delivered in 2006. Two 3648hp MTU engines give her speeds in excess of 30 knots.
Her elegant and well appointed interior accommodates up to 12 guests in 5 cabins, including a full-width master stateroom on the main deck forward of the saloon. The sun deck is extremely spacious for a yacht of this size with a large Jacuzzi surrounded by comfortable sun-pads, a wet-bar, tepanyaki grill, and a large shaded dining area.
Offered for sale by Burgess, G-Force is asking €15.95 million.
Totally Nuts is a 36.8m motor yacht. Built by Heesen in 2005, she is ABS classed and cruises at 24 knots with a range of 2,800 nautical miles at 10 knots. Her interior by Omega Architects is decorated in exotic light woods throughout and this superyacht sleeps eight guests in a master, VIP and two twin cabins.
Merle Wood & Associates have Totally Nuts listed for sale asking €13 million.
Since her launch in 2002, Mac Brew has had an excellent charter history thanks to her versatile layout and has been maintained to the highest standards. Accommodating a maximum of 16 guests in eight staterooms, Mac Brew offers many of the features of a much larger yacht.
The aft facing, full beam owners stateroom dominates the bridge deck with panoramic views and a private terrace accessible through floor to ceiling glass doors. The main deck features an enclosed “winter garden” on the aft deck leading into the comfortable family saloon and dining area. Forward is a large media and cinema room which can double up as a children’s playroom
On the market with Jonathan Barbe at Edmiston & Company Mac Brew is asking €11.5 million.
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