Yacht Profile

Built in full aluminium by Heesen to Bureau Veritas class and MCA compliant Quite Essential was launched in March 2011 and was a finalist in the 2012 World Superyachts AwardsA stylish interior created by Ken Freivokh and Michele Reverberi accommodates up to 12 guests in six cabins, which includes one twin, three doubles, a VIP and a full-beam master suite complete with private balcony and expansive en-suite. Quite Essential also has a gymnasium with the most up-to-date equipment, a sundeck sauna and massage rooms, as well as ample living spaces. A contemporary circular dining room encased in floor-to-ceiling glass doors leads out to the aft deck lounge area, while her achingly modern main saloon has a myriad of sofas – two inwardly facing across a coffee table and three positioned around a large television. An elegant lobby and private study can also be found on board.Her sundeck boasts a Jacuzzi with panoramic views surrounded by sunpads forward, while aft lies a small dining table and a bar. A spa pool with a waterfall feature (on which films can be projected) lies aft on her main deck, with a seated drinks bar and U-shaped lounge area nearby.Twin 20V4000 M93 MTU engines give her a maximum speed of 27 knots and a range of 4,500 nautical miles at 12 knots.

Specifications

  • BuilderHeesen
  • LocationMonaco
  • Built2011
  • Price£25,556,467
  • Length55 m
  • Hull MaterialAluminum
  • Cabins6
  • Cruising Speed18 kn
  • Max Speed24 kn
  • Beam9.4 m
  • Max Draft3 m
  • Water Tank Capacity30000|liter
  • Fuel Tank Capacity125000|liter
  • Engine 1
    • Make: MTU
    • Model: 20V 4000 M93L
    • Fuel Type: diesel
  • Engine 2
    • Make: MTU
    • Model: 20V 4000 M93

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