Delivered in 2017, the 47 metre Heesen superyacht Book Ends boasts an 85 metre square metre sun deck and features exterior design by Omega Architects. She was Heesen’s fifth 47 metre superyacht developed in collaboration with Bannenberg & Rowell and can accommodate 12 guests in five suites. She is now listed for sale with Ocean Independence with an asking price of €29,900,000.
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This 47.5 metre Cornelissen-built yacht was originally delivered in 1992. Following her extensive 2007-2008 refit at Pendennis she became a finalist for the Best Refitted Yacht award at the 2009 World Superyacht Awards. Va Bene can accommodate a total of 14 guests in six cabins and has a top speed of 16 knots. She is now listed for sale with Burgess for an asking price of $9,950,000.
Launched in February 2017 by Rossinavi, the 49.9 metre Endeavour 2 features exterior design by Team For Design and naval architecture by Arrabito. She has a range of 5,000 nautical miles, with a cruising speed of 12 knots and features an amphibious tender to help guests reach remote locations. Accommodation is for 10 guests split across five cabins. Endeavour 2 is jointly listed for sale with Ocean Independence and Fraser with an asking price of €26,700,000.
La Dea II
Built by Trinity Yachts and launched in 2010, the 49.91 metre yacht received a full refit in 2015, which saw her hull repainted in royal blue. Her gloss-varnished mahogany interior was designed by Sylvie Charest and features accommodation for 10 guests in five cabins. La Dea II is now listed for sale with IYC for an asking price of $18,500,000.
Delivered in 2008, the 50 metre Heesen superyacht Inception was built in steel and aluminium to a design by Omega Architects. A nominee in the 2009 World Superyacht Awards, Inception features an interior designed by Ausberg Interiors and accommodates a total of 14 guests. She is now listed for sale with Burgess for an asking price of $29,500,000.
Delivered in 2011 as the first of Dutch yard Heesen’s 50 metre series, Septimus went on to win a Neptune at the 2012 World Superyacht Awards. Previously named Satori, Septimus features an interior designed by Remi Tessier and accommodates a total of 10 guests in five cabins. She is now listed for sale with Edmiston & Company for an asking price of €23,250,000.
Built in steel by Dutch yard J & K Smit, this 53.6 metre explorer yacht was originally delivered as an oceangoing salvage tug in 1961. She was converted into a superyacht in 1973 and includes accommodation for ten guests in five cabins, including a master suite with a private terrace on the sundeck. Itasca is listed for sale with Fraser for an asking price of $13,950,000.
Delivered by Amels in 2011, the 54.3 metre Spirit is part of the Tim Heywood-designed Limited Edition 177 series. She includes standout features including a spa room, spacious sun deck and Jacuzzi. Spirit accommodates a total of 11 guests in five cabins and is offered for charter through Y.CO for €270,000 a week.
This lean, green and energy efficient machine features a wave-slicing bow and streamlined superstructure. Delivered in 2011, 55 metre Perini Navi Galileo G was the second in the Philippe Briand-designed Vitruvius series of expedition superyachts. Galileo G is currently listed for sale with Burgess for €28,500,000.
Built in steel and aluminium, the 56.5 metre Feadship Hampshire I was delivered in 2001 and refitted in 2016/17. Her interior by RWD features “warm mahogany panelling” with leather and chrome highlights. Deck areas include al fresco dining options on the spa pool deck and large aft deck while accommodation is for a total of 12 guests. Hampshire I is listed for sale with Cecil Wright & Partners for €19,950,000 (VAT paid).