Sibelle was built in aluminium by Dutch superyacht yard Heesen to ABS class and delivered in 2008 as the third yacht in the yard’s 4400 series. An interior by Omega Architects features a large main saloon with ample seating, a bar, high definition television, Bang & Olufsen entertainment system and a Kaleidescape server for on-demand video and audio.
A versatile skylounge can serve either as a bar and games room or a media room. Her crew have been with the yacht since launch, ensuring maintenance plans have been managed without compromise and all history is readily available upon request. Never chartered, with private use only, she recently completed a soft refit and winter works.
Sibelle is MCA compliant and 10 guests are accommodated in five cabins configured as a main-deck master suite with two VIP suites and two twins below — all with full en-suite bathroom facilities. Twin 3,650hp MTU engines give her a top speed of 25 knots and a range of 3,200 nautical miles.
Lying in Toulon, France, Sibelle was asking €15.5 million.