The tri-deck 41m (135′) Heesen motor yacht Seven Sins is making her way back from the Caribbean and is scheduled to arrive in the Mediterranean where she will be available for charter this summer
_L_aunched in 2005, *Seven Sins *boasts an enviable charter record. The interior design features semi-gloss cherry wood panelling and a teak and ebony parquetry floor, while furniture in Macassar wood adds an exotic touch.
*She *offers a full open-air living experience on the sun deck, with a huge arc of sunbathing cushions, a spa pool, a pilot seat for three guests being an ideal viewing point during navigation, a dining table for ten, a teppanyaki grill and a smoke oven.
The spectacular circular foredeck owner’s suite includes a study with internet connection and printer, a walk-in dressing room, bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, and separate large marble shower.
Below decks the two full-beam VIP suites are almost identical in proportion, and the two well-appointed twin staterooms have an oriental feel. All have en-suite shower and bath facilities in marble.
Al fresco lunch or dinner can be taken either on the upper deck or on the Jacuzzi sun deck which is also equipped with several sun pads.
Water toys include a tender, two jet skis, water skis and a range of towables.
Seven Sins charters at weekly rates from €137,500 in high season and €125,000 in low season through Yachting Partners International.