Launched by Heesen in 2005, the 41.3m motor yacht Seven Sins has remained one of the most popular charter yachts of her size worldwide and now I learn that she's for sale through Matt Albert at Yachting Partners International and Simon Goldsworthy at Camper & Nicholsons.
"Seven Sins was the groundbreaking displacement yacht from Heesen," explains Matt at YPI. "She certainly played an important role in the subsequent global success of some of their later models."
Sleeping up to 10 guests in five exquisitely appointed cabins - a master, two VIPs and two twin staterooms - this superyacht has a modern, comfortable interior that uses cherrywood panelling, teak and ebony marquetry to maximum effect. The skylounge is one of the largest to be found in a yacht of this size and offers a true second interior for guests.
Already well proven on transatlantic crossings, Seven Sins is exceptionally stable underway and her zero speed stabilisers offer maximum comfort at anchor. Booking almost 100 days of charter a year, she already has 35 days booked this summer with more pending and is on the market asking €16 million.