$1.1M price price cut on Heesen superyacht At Last

The 44.2 metre Heesen motor yacht At Last, listed for sale with Camper & Nicholsons, has had a $1.1 million price reduction. 

Built in aluminium by the Dutch yard Heesen to ABS class and launched in 1990, At Last underwent a two-year refit in 2009. During the refit, she was taken back to bare metal and totally refurbished. 

In 2014, At Last underwent a complete interior refit by Tui Pranich. She now boasts a pristine contemporary interior with a striking central spiral staircase that connects all the decks. At Last features a unique octagonal main saloon as well as a large foyer below deck, which are both great spaces for entertaining. 

The yacht’s major components, including electronics and audio/visual systems, as well as all mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems, have also been upgraded.

At Last accommodates 11 guests in a master stateroom, three double berth staterooms and a twin stateroom with a Pullman berth, all with en suite facilities. The full beam master suite is set forward on the main deck, allowing for excellent panoramic views. 

The sun deck has a large Jacuzzi and a bar, and she has plenty of spaces for al fresco dining. At Last has an extensive water toy selection including one of the best superyacht water slides. These features have made her a popular charter yacht over the past 18 months. 

Twin 2,735hp MTU engines give At Last a range of 3,200 nautical miles at 12 knots. 

Yacht for sale At Last is now asking $7.8 million down from $8.9 million. 

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