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50m Heesen White sold and renamed Daisy D

23 February 2023 • Written by Nick Jeffery

The 49.8-metre Heesen motor yacht White has been sold with Nathan Farrelly of Edmiston and Glen Moltoni of One Brokerage introducing the buyer, and Denis Patrakov of Abberley Yachts representing the seller. 

Built by Heesen in aluminium in 2018, White is now on the charter market with Edmiston under her new name Daisy D.

White, now Daisy D, was asking €32,500,000.

She was designed by Omega Architects, with naval architecture worked up by Heesen's team, and sports an interior by Cristiano Gatto.

Accommodation is for 12 in typical layout for this class of yacht, with the owner's suite forward at main deck level plus a full beam VIP suite on the lower deck, along with two more double cabins and two twins, all with ensuite bathrooms. There are quarters for a crew of nine.

Glossy ebony and Canaletto walnut were specified by Gatto, who was inspired by Jean-Michel Frank, all highly customised to her first owner's tastes. An ebony, leather and stainless coffee table, with an integrated ice bucket hidden beneath, is one of the standout features. Bookshelves are built into the armrests of the Loro Piana upholstered chairs.

The 70-square-metre sundeck boasts fabrics by Hermès and provides one of the four al fresco dining options. A Jacuzzi, sunpads and full-service bar make this a popular space for charter guests.

The 499GT yacht has a top speed of 23 knots and a range of 3,100 nautical miles at 11 knots under twin 3,862hp MTU 16V 4000 engines.

White was asking €32,500,000.

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