The 46-metre Heesen Sweet Doll has a new central agency, and is now for sale through Mark Seaton and Glen Villis at Yacht & Villa International.
The all-aluminium Sweet Doll was launched in 2003, with a Frank Laupman-designed interior. She sleeps 12 guests in five suites – a master suite on the main deck, with a VIP stateroom and three double cabins on the lower deck. Guests are looked after by nine crew.
Outside spaces are generous, with a hot-tub on the sundeck and a discreet foredeck area with seating and tables. Refits in 2007 and 2011 ensure the yacht is in excellent condition.
Sweet Doll is powered by twin 2,750kW (3,700hp) MTUs. The sleek, light hull give a top speed of 25 knots, a comfortable cruising speed of 18 knots, and a range of 3,400 nautical miles at 12 knots. A shallow draught of 2.5 metres makes for a flexible cruising package. Currently lying in Port Hercule, Monaco, Sweet Doll is asking €9.4 million VAT paid.
• Yacht & Villa International is today hosting an open day on Sweet Doll at its office in Port Camille Rayon, Quai Napoléon, Golfe Juan.