PROJECT SPARTA Heesen Yachts
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Luxury yacht PROJECT SPARTA (a.k.a. YN 20067) from Heesen is a 67m/219.8ft vessel constructed with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure and a Fast Displacement Hull Form (FDHF). The interior and exterior styling is the work of Winch Design, with the naval architecture produced by Van Oossanen. The luxury yacht was originally presented at the Monaco Yacht Show 2017 as PROJECT AVANTI and is due for delivery in 2023. Among her noteworthy amenities is a 5m/16.4ft infinity pool on the main deck, a beach club spa with a Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna and gym. The accommodation sleeps a maximum of 12 guests over 6 en-suite cabins, with a crew of 15 on hand to keep everything running smoothly.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF PROJECT SPARTA: ~Sundeck Jacuzzi and bar ~Main deck infinity pool ~Spa centre with Jacuzzi ~Sauna and steam room ~Owner's deck ~Convertible cabins on the main deck ~Gym ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi
The exterior styling is characterised by sweeping lines from the hull to the stern and the transom door conceals within a spacious beach club. The stepped aft deck leads to a 5m/16.4ft infinity pool on the main deck aft.
A raised pilothouse lends her a sporty appearance and up, on the sundeck there is a forward Jacuzzi surrounded by sunbeds and a sizeable bar.
The lower deck has a beach club spa containing a Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and gym. The forward tender garage has gullwing doors for easy launch and retrieval and the rest of the lower deck is dedicated to the crew accommodation and amenities such as the galley and laundry.
An off-centre glass lift/elevator connects all three interior decks, and the main deck features a full-beam main salon and a formal dining area that connects to the main deck aft. Four of the guest cabins are placed forward on this deck, and the two forward cabins can be converted into a VIP stateroom via a sliding partition.
PROJECT SPARTA Specifications
|Max Speed:||16 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Winch Designs, Van Oossanen & Associates , Heesen, Andrew Winch Designs|
The Master suite is placed on the bridge deck, which is dedicated to the Owner and provides two cabins with en-site facilities, the first forward and benefiting from a private alfresco lounge on the foredeck, while the second cabin is to the aft and has access to the terrace with alfresco dining and lounging.
The engines provide a top speed of 16 knots.
The accommodation is designed for a maximum of 12 guests over 6 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite and 5 further guest cabins. The Master suite is placed on the bridge deck, which is also the Owners' deck. There is also an additional guest cabin on this floor. The main deck forward hosts four guest cabins, the forward two cabins can be converted into a VIP stateroom. In addition to the guest accommodation, there is a staff cabin for a nanny and the crew of 15 will ensure that all guests are well taken care of throughout their time on board.
Amenities and Extras
We do have available further amenity, owner and price information for the 67m (219'8'') yacht PROJECT SPARTA, so please enquire for more information.
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"What I hope owners want from Andrew Winch Design is something original, of the highest quality, where it’s both emotionally charged and very relaxing. You go in and say “Wow”, but you sit down and say “Aaah”. It should relax you..." - Andrew Winch