Septimus a Heesen Yachts Superyacht
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Motor yacht Septimus, (ex Satori, YN 152250) is a 49.8 metre vessel, launched by Heesen Yachts in February 2011. Her naval architecture was designed by Heesen Yachts and Van Oossanen & Associates. The beautiful exterior styling of Septimus superyacht was done by Omega Architects and her elegant interior design is by the world renowned french designer Remi Tessier.
|Type/Year:||a Heesen Yachts Superyacht/2011|
|Engines:||2xMTU 16V4000M90@ 2,720kW|
|Builder/Designer:||Heesen Yachts, Heesen|
|Charter Locations:||Spain, Chesapeake Bay, Yacht Racing, Tortola, Crete, Lavagna, Angra dos Reis, Baltic|
Superyacht Septimus offers accommodation for 10 guests in 5 luxuriously appointed suites, including the Master suite and four guest cabins. The four guest cabins include two VIP suites and two twin suites.
Two MTU 16V4000M90 engines, each at 2,720kW power the superyacht Septimus, giving her a range of 3,200 nautical miles at 12 knots. The vessel is managed by a crew of 10 professionals, including the captain.
Septimus can accommodate a maximum of 10 guests in 5 cabins.
Amenities and Extras
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Arthur Brouwer CEO: "At Heesen Yachts we strive to combine engineering and design, with luxury elements such as detailed interiors with high-end materials. All these aspects are perfected with top-notch technology, innovation and modern cutting edge-design, creating a truly luxurious yacht."