Hanikon was built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Feadship with exterior styling and interior design by Terence Disdale and delivered in 2004 with a refit in 2017 in an understated contemporary style by HB Design.
Guest accommodation comprises six cabins that are able to accommodate up to 12 guests on board. Her full-width master suite is on the main deck and boasts a lounge and study as well as his and her bathrooms and a dressing room. She also has two large double cabins with dressing rooms and two twin cabins, all with en suite bathroom facilities. She has a transferable sixth cabin in the below section as she has a massage room which can be a convertible cabin with two full sized Pullman berths.
Her full-width upper bridge deck saloon offers a bar and very comfortable couches, two flatscreen television sets and dining for 12 guests inside. This area leads onto a large al fresco dining area with additional comfortable seating for 12 guests, while the much bigger sun deck is ideal for entertaining, with its bar, barbecue, spa pool, outdoor television screen and seating for up to 20 guests.
Hanikon has a top speed of 14 knots and cruises at 12 knots via 1,280hp Caterpillar diesel engines. She is fitted with zero speed Koop Nautic fin stabilisers, which provide good stability both at anchor and underway.
Hanikon was asking €22,900,000.