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50m motor yacht MASA (project ASTER, YN 18750) is the 8th hull in the 5000 Aluminium class series, launched by the renowned Dutch shipyard Heesen. She was entirely built in aluminium, featuring the naval architecture of Omega Architects (Frank Laupman) who are also responsible for her exterior styling. The interiors are a creation of the Italian designer Cristiano Gatto and boast accommodation for up to 12 guests over six beautifully appointed cabins. She has a crew of 13.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF MASA: ~Sundeck Jacuzzi ~Skylounge and sundeck bars ~Numerous sunbathing spaces ~Abundance of dining areas ~Draft of 2.5m/8.3ft to access shallow bays ~Cruising range of 3,100 nautical miles ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi
Guests arriving by tender ill disembark onto the spacious swim platform, where they have access to the tender garage and the main deck aft, where the stern and the sides create an alfresco lounge using three plush sofas, two coffee tables and two armchairs. The port and starboard walkways lead forward, and the latter walkway connects up to the foredeck, where there is another C-shaped sofa and two drinks tables, plus a broad sunbed. Between this guest area and the bridge, there is storage for the tender and water toys.
Guests can leave the foredeck to dine alfresco on the aft upper deck by using the port outer walkway. The aft is furnished with a circular alfresco dining table for intimate outdoor meals, and a plush sofa along the stern.
The sundeck has a massive sundeck Jacuzzi surrounded by sunbeds, while amidships the hardtop shades a port wet bar and starboard seating consisting of an L-shaped sofa, a large raised table and additional movable chairs. Sun loungers are placed along the stern for up to four guests to relax in the sunshine.
On the lower deck, there is a sizeable tender garage in the stern that also contains a day head, and forward there is the engine room followed by the guest accommodation and then the crew accommodation.
On the main deck, the Master suite is placed forward with the main foyer amidships to port and the galley to starboard. A crew corridor connects through to the formal dining area, which seats 12 guests for a lavish meal in beautifully decorated surroundings. The main salon to the aft has an elongated sofa along the port wall and a second aft-facing sofa creates a sense of separation between the formal dining area. A pair of armchairs and two large footstools that double as coffee tables complete the setting.
On the upper deck, the bridge deck is placed forward and has a sofa where guests can unwind indoors and take in the forward views. Behind is the captain's cabin followed by a sky lounge offering a bar, two crescent sofas, two circular drinks tables and a widescreen TV on the forward wall.
A pair of MTU 16V 4000 engines produce a maximum speed of 23 knots, a cruising speed of 11 knots and a range of 3,100 nautical miles.
The accommodation sleeps a maximum of 12 guests across 6 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite, 1 VIP stateroom, 2 double cabins and 2 twin cabins. The crew of 9 will provide the first-class service throughout the cruise.
The Master suite is placed on the main deck forward and is accessed via the walk-in-wardrobe for greater privacy off the main foyer. A sofa is placed to starboard and a king-sized bed is amidships on the back wall, a desk to port and another wardrobe behind. A widescreen TV is placed on the wall opposite the bed, and the forward en-suite bathroom has two entrances, with a toilet and bidet to port and a shower to starboard. The centre of the bathroom has two forward sinks and a bathtub behind.
The lower deck hosts the rest of the guest accommodation, where the VIP stateroom is placed to starboard and forward of the engine room and as a desk, king-sized bed, widescreen TV, large wardrobes and a port en-suite bathroom furnished with two sinks, a toilet, bidet and shower.
The double cabins are placed to port and starboard in front of the VIP stateroom and each has a queen-sized bed, a large wardrobe, a widescreen TV and a forward bathroom fitted with a toilet, bidet, sink and shower.
|L.O.A.:||49.80 m (163'4'')|
|Max Speed:||23 knots|
|Engines:||2 x MTU 2,880kW|
|Cruise Speed:||11 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||family friendly yachts, Yachts With A Deck Hot Tub, Yachts With On Deck Master Cabin|
|Builder/Designer:||Omega Architects, Heesen Yachts, Cristiano Gatto|
The twin cabins are placed forward of the double cabins and match the double cabins for amenities, with the addition of a desk.
Accommodation is provided for up to 12 guests in 6 cabins, including one full-beam Master suite situated on the main deck, while on the lower deck, there is one beautiful VIP stateroom, two double cabin and two twin cabins, all with en-suite facilities.
Amenities and Extras
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“Dutch and German shipyards are recognised as the best in the world. We are one of the three top shipyards in the Netherlands, and one of the best in the world. We are also renowned for technology, innovation and modern cutting-edge design. If comparing ourselves to car manufacturers, we are the equivalent of Aston Martin rather than Rolls-Royce.” - Mark Cavendish, the Commercial Director of world-renowned superyacht builder Heesen Yachts