Sparta is the biggest steel yacht to date by the Dutch shipyard with an exterior and interior by Winch Design. Her sporty and low-profile design is based on the 66-metre Project Avanti concept, which was first presented at the Monaco Yacht Show 2018.
Few changes had been made since the initial sketches except for modifications to the aft deck pool, which now stretches to 6.5 metres. Other notable features include a reverse bow – a first for Heesen – thermobonded tinted glass and accents of Venetian red and anthracite grey.
The interior, which remains under wraps, sees each deck follow different themes of water, earth and air with an oak staircase and elevator connecting each level. The earth-themed main saloon features dining chairs with seat backs upholstered in real palm leaf and a large coffee table made from a trunk of oak.
Sparta strays from the conventional layout and places two owner's suites on the bridge deck. The aft suite uses sky blues and mother-of-pearl inlays to represent air. The remaining guest cabins are found on the main deck with a movable partition that separates the forward suites to create a full-beam VIP or a large playroom for younger family members.
Sparta's lower deck contains a 65-square-metre Japanese-inspired wellness area, complemented by a whirlpool, steam room, sauna and beauty area. She also boasts a matching custom limo tender stowed behind the gullwing doors of the forward garage.Read More/First interior renders of 67m Heesen superyacht Sparta revealed
The 1200GT yacht for sale is powered by twin MTU diesels giving her a top speed of 16 knots. Sparta is the fifth project between the shipyard and Arcon Yachts.
Lying in Oss, the Netherlands, Sparta is asking €99,000,000.