Motor yacht Sweet Doll was custom built by Heesen to ABS class at its Oss shipyard in the Netherlands. Constructed with an aluminium hull and superstructure and designed by Omega Architects, she was delivered in 2003 with an interior designed by Frank Laupman.
Sweet Doll underwent an extensive refit in 2006/2007 and was last refitted in 2010. Accommodation aboard Sweet Doll is for up to 12 guests in a master suite, VIP stateroom and three double cabins, all with en-suite bathroom facilities. There are also berths for up to nine crew.
Among the standout features of Sweet Doll are a Jacuzzi spa tub and sun pads located on the flybridge.
Sweet Doll, which has a beam of 8.9 metres and a draught of 2.5 metres, has an ultra-modern Koop Nautic stabilisation system that helps to reduce roll motion. She also features bow thrusters, which enable her to be more manoeuvrable at low speeds.
Sweet Doll is powered by twin 3,700hp MTU engines give her a cruising speed of 18 knots, a maximum speed of 26 knots and a range of 3,400 nautical miles at 12 knots. Notably, she had been on the market for several years before Yacht & Villa took over the listing in March 2016 and were able to sell her within 6 months.
Sweet Doll was asking €9.4 million with VAT paid.