ATINA Heesen Yachts | Enquire for Pricing

Fantastic 47m yacht with a large Jacuzzi and great beach club with water toys
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ATINA Heesen Yachts | Enquire for Pricing

Motor yacht ATINA (ex Elandess, Elandess II, Raasta, Naseem) 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. She was refitted in 2022.

NOTABLE FEATURES OF ATINA: ~Good 3 level deck space ~Large Spa pool ~Comfortable interiors ~2 salons ~Great selection of water toys

ATINA 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 panelling. ATINA 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.

ATINA Specifications

Type/Year:Heesen Yachts/2008 
Refit:2022 
Beam:9.00m (29' 6") 
L.O.A.:46.70m (153' 3") 
Crew:10 
Guests:12 
Max Speed:17 knots 
Cabins:5 
Engines:2 x1,556 hp MTU 8V 4000 M 
Cruise Speed:14 knots 

ATINA 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 a dip pool forward, with ample sun pads for soaking up the sun and relaxing with a cold drink.

ATINA is well supplied with audiovisual 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

ATINA is able to accommodate up to 12 guests in 5 cabins. The full-width master cabin is located forward on the main deck with an 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 the bridge deck.

Charter Amenities and Extras

We do have available further amenity, owner and price information for the 46.70m (153' 3") yacht ATINA, so please enquire for more information.

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