Launched by the premier Dutch shipyard Heesen Yachts in 2003, motor yacht Sweet Doll is a beautiful 46-metre vessel, featuring naval architecture and design by Diaship Studio. Superyacht Sweet Doll will be showcased at this month’s Antibes Yacht Show, running from April 23 to 26 in Antibes, on the beautiful French Riviera yacht charter destination.
With a width of 8.9 metres or 28.2 feet, luxury yacht Sweet Doll has fairly large interiors. She can accommodate 12 guests and 9 crew members.
The core hull was constructed in aluminium, as well as most of the superstructures. Being built light and powered by 2 x 16V 4000 M90 MTU of 2 x 1800 HP, with twin screw propellers, superyacht Sweet Doll can run at a comfortable cruising speed of 18 knots and reach 25 knots when necessary.
Sweet Doll yacht is stabilized with zero-speed systems supplied by Naiad, and is equipped with hydraulic bow and stern thrusters which make her extremely maneuverable. A shallow draught of 2.5m (8.2ft) allows her to enter almost all super yacht marins in the Mediterranen.
In 2007, Sweet Doll superyacht has been trough a large refit which included many improvements and modifications, such as the integration of a spa pool and sun beds at flybridge instead of the Helideck.
Luxury motor yacht Sweet Doll is based in the port of Monaco, she is driven by a professional crew which has well taken care of her, and will be presented at the Antibes Yacht Show in excellent condition.