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Heesen motor yacht Little Fish sold

The 39.8 metre motor yacht Little Fish, listed for sale by Axel Douque and Peter Hurzeler at Ocean Independence, has been sold to a direct client.

Designed by Omega Architects, she was built in steel and aluminium to ABS class by Dutch superyacht yard Heesen and delivered in 2001 with an extensive nine-month refit in 2011.

Little Fish is comfortable family yacht with an extensive cruising range. Her aft deck has a large seating area and leads into the main saloon with ample seating for nine guests, an entertainment centre and a formal dining area for 10 guests. Up on the sun deck is a bar and more seating — this time for al fresco dining and outdoor relaxation.

Accommodation is for eight guests and six crew on Little Fish. The master suite with a study is located on the main deck while below is a full-beam VIP suite and a double and twin. All cabins have en-suite bathroom facilities while the master and VIP suites have flatscreen televisions and there is a Sonos sound system throughout.

In 2011 her bottom was fully sandblasted and given a completely new anti-corrosive paint treatment. Superstructure and hull repainting include a full 545 epoxy primer over coating after corrosion treatment and a re-fairing touch up.

Twin Caterpillar 825hp engines give Little Fish a range of 4,000 nautical miles at nine knots.

Lying in Greece, Little Fish was asking €8,900,000 with VAT paid.

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