€1.55 million price drop on Heesen superyacht Let it Be at Gaspard and Burgess
by Malcolm MacLean
Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch superyacht yard Heesen to a design by Omega Architects, Let it Be is Lloyds class and was delivered in 2007. MCA compliant, she accommodates up to 12 guests in six spacious and light cabins featuring rose and mahogany woods complementing soft furnishings in beige, cream and blue. The master suite on the main deck contains a private study, his and hers onyx bathrooms, and leather and rosewood walk-in wardrobes.
Further accommodation on the lower deck comprises three double staterooms and a twin cabin. All have ensuite bathrooms in onyx and the twin cabin has a Jacuzzi bath. An additional double cabin can be found on the upper deck.
Let it Be offers impressive deck areas for her size with the sundeck boasting a large Jacuzzi, Teppanyaki grill and a shaded dining area. An additional sunbathing area lies forward of the bridge and provides stunning panoramas while underway. The main deck aft offers a more formal location for al fresco dining.
Powered by twin 1,555hp MTU engines, she has a range of 4,000 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 12 knots.
Let it Be is now down from €21.5 million to €19.95 million.