RAASTA Heesen Yachts | From EUR€ 185,000.00 /wk
Motor yacht RAASTA is a luxury yacht built by the highly respected builders Heesen Yachts in 2008, measuring 47m (154.2 feet) in length and accommodating up to 12 guests in 5 attractive staterooms.
NOTABLE FEATURES: ~Good 3 level deck space ~Large Spa pool ~Comfortable interiors ~2 salons ~Great selection of water toys
RAASTA is a great example of Heesen quality and style, well equipped with all the amenities and with air conditioning throughout.
She has a chic and contemporary interior, tastefully decorated in cream, with the addition of rusts and gold, and attractive pale wood cabinets and paneling. RAASTA has a good sized main salon with elegant sofa seating and a formal dining area forward. On the upper deck there is a good sized sky salon with deep lounge sofas and comfortable chairs in caramels and toffee, with an attractive bar area forward and a flat screen TV.
|Beam:||8.50m (27' 10")|
|L.O.A.:||47.00m (154' 2")|
|Max Speed:||17 knots|
|Engines:||Engines: 2 x MTU 8V 4000|
|Cruise Speed:||14 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Omega Architects, Heesen, Bannenberg|
|Charter Locations:||THE MEDITERRANEAN, Sicily, Sardinia, Italy, France, Directory, Corsica|
RAASTA offers good deck space on three levels, stylishly decorated in black and white stripes, with zebra print cushions, creating a variety of chic settings for dining and outdoor living. There is a comfortable lounge area aft of the main deck, with a large dining table for alfresco dining aft of the upper deck. The sun deck is attractively laid out with sun beds to the aft, a central lounge and dining area, and a large Spa Pool with dip pool forward, with ample sun pads for soaking up the sun and relaxing with a cold drink.
RAASTA is well supplied with audio visual equipment, including WiFi / Internet, TV, DVD and CD players. She has 10 crew and cruises at an average speed of 14 knots.
Yacht Charter Accommodation
RAASTA is able to accommodate up to 12 guests in 5 cabins. The full width Master cabin located forward on the main deck with en-suite bathroom and shower and a Private study. There are 3 double cabins (2 of which convert to twins) with en suite bathrooms located on the lower deck. There are ship's safes in all cabins and a new day head (2011) on bridge deck.
Charter Amenities and Extras
RAASTA has the following extras onboard: Tenders & Toys include 1 x 7m Pascoe with Yanmar 240hp in board with stern drive propeller. 1 x 4.5m Novurania rescue boat with 40hp 4 stroke Yamaha outboard, Jet Ski - 2 x Yamaha VX 1200 Deluxe wave runner, Wwaterskis and tows, Snorkelling gear, Spa Pool dip pool 8 person, Communications include 1 x VSAT internet solution, 1 x F33 Nera Satelitte hone, 1 x SATCOM C, Audio Visual Equipment and Deck Facilities include Satelitte television, Apple TV, Kaleidoscope full audio-visual entertainment system throughout controlled by an iPAD 2, 53" Plasma screen in main saloon,
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