Sleeps up to 10 in the owner’s party in 4 staterooms with crew accommodations for up to 6 in 3 cabins.
She had a refit in 2013. See "Refit items 2013".
Across the whole aft side of the Aft Deck there is a built-in u-shaped seating area for 10 plus 2 chairs and a cocktail table. 2 large umbrellas offer shade on both port and starboard over the aft seating area. On the port side of the aft deck, spiral stairs lead to the upper deck. Huge sliding glass doors open up to the salon. The curved glass offers a 180° view around the salon.
As you enter the salon, on the port side there is a curved comfortable couch with large pillows and a large ottoman upholstered in a cotton material in navy blue with white trim. On the starboard side are two modern style chairs in white leather and chrome from Italy made by Poltrona Frau to complete the seating arrangement. The suede leather ceiling in the salon is a curved shape to compliment the curved glass windows all around. The wood is bamboo throughout the boat. There is a Samsung 46” TV on the starboard side forward that hinges out for easy viewing by all that sit in the salon.
Next forward is the dining area that is separated from the salon by a small bar area with a small sink, storage for wine and liquor, icemaker and a fridge. The mahogany dining table, with high back leather chairs by Poltrona Frau, seats 8 comfortably and can accommodate up to 10. On both port and starboard of the dining area is beautiful custom cabinetry for storing all dishes, cutlery, etc. for full service. The lighting above the table is an original in chrome and aluminum designed by Omega. There are privacy shades to let in light and built-in electric patterned vertical blinds for complete privacy. Dining floor is bamboo. The forward wall has a clever design of leather insert that hide the cabinets with shelves for crystal glasses, etc.
Forward from the dining salon on starboard there is a guest hallway with stairs up to the pilothouse and a day head. This area has a bamboo floor. An electric sliding door on the right opens to the starboard guest entrance.
The Day Head has a marble floor and counter in mustard and beige with a raised glass vessel sink with a lovely fish design.
On the port side of the guest hallway is the entrance to the Galley thru a sliding bamboo door. Another door on the port side of the galley is used by the crew to get to the crew area, which is located on the forward lower deck. The crew corridor has 3 top to bottom cabinets on the right that accommodate the electronics of the entertainment system.
The Galley is L-shaped with dark granite counter top and bamboo cabinets and is fully equipped with 2 Gaggenau ovens, Gaggenau microwave, Gaggenau ceramic cook top, a freezer and 2 refrigerators, a Miele dishwasher, a sink and various cabinets to store dry foods and ingredients. (In the tender bay there are 2 additional freezers and a KitchenAid refrigerator).
Walking forward from the main hallway is the master suite. By the entrée there is a small corridor with two closets on the left and a full length counter top with plenty of drawers to store personal items. The spacious master suite opens up with full beam width. It has a king size bed in the middle with two built-in night stands, a built-in office desk with drawers on the port side, a portable, very unique office desk (leather & wood) on the starboard side. There is also a 42” SHARP flat-screen TV with surround-sound system. On port side of the master bed is a walk-in wardrobe with spacious hanger space and drawer storage. In the forward area of the master suite is the full-beam bath room - his on port side and hers is on starboard side. There is a shared shower in between them. On port side is the toilet and bidet as well. Master floor and counter top marble are mustard/beige color and the top cabinets and shower walls are covered with small mosaics.
There is a suede leather ceiling, bamboo walls, and bamboo floors throughout the master. The windows in master and master bathroom are covered with both privacy shades and blinds.
From the main guest hallway, there is access to the guest areas below. The guest staircase is located behind the bridge stairs. The staircase is carpeted and the side walls are covered with white leather. The guest hallway provides access to the children’s room, 2 guest rooms and the playroom.
The Children’s Room is located on the starboard side and it is an L-shaped room: this room has 4 twin size bunks, 2 below and 2 above each other and the top two are removable. The room has drawers under the bottom bunks, a book cabinet and a closet. Children can see their favorite cartoons on a 12” LG TV. In the children’s bathroom there is a low level (children friendly) white ceramic sink built in the bamboo cabinet, which contains a few shelves for the towels. Behind the mirror is a spacious cabinet for children’s medicines and toiletries that is safe, reachable for only parents (adult height). The bathroom has a nice white and light blue granite shower with glass door and white ceramic tile on the walls. The toilet is also child-sized with mother of pearl mosaic design. This room has carpet, bamboo cabinet doors, white soft leather walls combined with matt finished white acrylic, and the ceiling is leather. Portholes have the same blinds and shades as the main deck areas.
The 2 Guest Cabins, one on port and one on starboard side, both have half-beam widths. They are identically the same size, and both have a queen size bed with built-in night stands on the sides, a cabinet with hangers, cabinet with shelves, 21” LG TV, Carpet, suede leather walls, suede leather ceiling, blinds and shades (the same as on the main deck.) Each guest room has an ensuite bathroom with spacious shower, toilet, and on both sides of the mirror there are cabinets with shelves for personal items. Under the natural finished marble counter there is also a cabinet for towels. Walls and ceiling are matt finished acrylic. The floor is natural finished marble, sand color, same as by the sink.
The Playroom was previously the gym and therefore two walls are covered with mirrors, and there is a 40” Samsung TV and a built-in fridge hidden behind a leather covered cabinet. This room has a seating bench that can be opened up or folded down as an additional “sleeping area”. Under this bench is a full-length storage area. The ceiling is soft leather, walls are mirror and bamboo, and the room is carpeted. The shades and blinds are as on the main deck. The entrance to the laundry room and crew area is forward of the playroom.
The laundry room has 2 Miele commercial washing machines and 2 Miele commercial dryers. There is a sink and a few small cabinets to store cleaning products, a bamboo floor and white leather ceiling. The foreword wall of the laundry room is a watertight wall therefore the door is a massive watertight door. This wall separates the crew area from the guest area.
The crew area is accessed from the laundry room through the watertight door. There are 2 forward crew cabins and 1 on the starboard side. All 3 crew cabins have ensuite bathrooms. Crew cabins accommodate 6 crew.
The Pilothouse is fully equipped with all up to date marine instruments, and has a built-in chart table/desk and a separate table with a U-shaped couch on the port side for office work. There is storage under the couch, Bamboo floor, dark-mustard leather console, and same leather ceiling.
The fly bridge area is accessed through a sliding door. There are 2 big seating areas for those who want to enjoy the captain’s anecdotes of the cruising area. Behind these seats/benches is the sundeck area, with a dinner table for 10, 4 chairs and U-shaped built-in couch. Underneath the couches is plenty of storage. Parallel with the table on the port side there’s a comfortable 6 seat bar top counter. Underneath the counter there are numerous cabinets for full-service storage. The Sundeck bar is also equipped with an icemaker, two refrigerators and a sink.
There are awning tents which are hidden in the mast, one opens forward and one toward to the aft and they cover the bar and the table area on the sundeck. Towards the aft area are 2 seating areas, and a lovely-bubbly Jacuzzi surrounded by an 180-degrees sun pad to get the right tan. There is an umbrella that opens over the Jacuzzi and the middle part of the sun pad.
On the port side of the sun pad there is a spiral stair case. The whole sundeck floor is covered with teak. The sides and cabinets are all white, and the cushion pillows are blue with white stripes. On the bow, in front of the bridge windows there is another sun pad area for lounging.
The swimming platform is accessed through the side stair cases from the aft deck. The stern door/garage door opens down so the door that is covered with teak becomes the perfect swim platform. This area provides access for swimming, boarding a tender or jet ski, and setting up chairs and umbrellas to enjoy a “beach” setting.
Aluminum hull and superstructure, teak decks.
Length Overall (L.O.A.): 121.40 feet (37.00 meters)
Beam (molded): 23.40 feet (7.10 meters)
Draft (loaded): 7.30 feet (2.20 meters)
Tonnage: 175 displacement tons
Fuel Capacity: 9,042 US Gallons (34,232 liters)
Water Capacity: 1,966 US Gallons (7,444 liters)
Watermakers: 5,700 litres per day
Lube Oil: 135 US Gallons (510 liters)
Waste Oil: 135 US Gallons (510 liters)
Grey/Black Water: 792 US GallonS (3,000 liters)
Speed & Range:
Maximum: 31.0 knots 1,400 liters 750 NM 2,070 RPM
Cruising: 26.0 knots 1,050 liters 900 NM 1,850 RPM
Economical: 12.0 knots 200 liters 2,000 NM 950 RPM
Engine Type: (2) MTU 16V4000 M90 diesels @ 3,650 Hp each
Gearboxes for Main Engines: (2) ZF Model BW 7550
Drive: (2) Nibral 5-blade propellers
Generators & Electricity:
Output: 220V/3 Phase 100 amp
Generators: (2) 55 kW Northern Lights generators, Hrs: Stbd.12,847 Port 11,494
Shore Power: Asea 72 Kvh (2011)
Type: Marine Air
Trim Tabs/Stabilizers: Koopnautic
Bow Thruster: (1) Hydromar
Steering System: Hydromar
Fuel Separator & Filtration: Westfalia
Sewage System: Hamann Treatment plant
Fresh Water System: Hydroma
Communication, Navigation & Entertainment Systems
SATcom: Seatel VSAT
Telephone System: Siemens
Sat C: Sailor
VHF: (2) Icon
Auto Pilot: Sperry Marine
Depth Sounder: B&G
Ships Computer: (2) One with Nobeltec and one with Transas
Wind/Speed Log: B&G
Video Equipment: Apple TV, DVD and Direct TV, Universal remote
Audio Equipment: Fusion stereos, Ipod docks, Sony amplifier
Galley & Laundry Equipment
Main Galley Equipment:
Cooking Equipment: Gaggenau
Main Laundry Equipment:
(2) Miele commercial washers and (2) Miele commercial dryers
Tenders & Toys
Tenders: 21’ Novurania launch
Jet drive inboard diesel
Other: (1) SeaDoo
(1) Waverunner XP1300
Anchor Windlass System: (2) Ascon
Aft Warping Capstans: (2) Ascon CV Type 2E
Anchors: (2) Pool
Security, Fire Fighting & Safety Equipment
CCTV System: Custom with DVR recorder
Cameras: (6) Color
Fire Fighting Equipment:
Fire Control System: Heesen monitoring system
Fire Extinguishers: Heesen
Alarms: PLC Siemens/Heesen/Huisman Electronics
Life Rafts: (2) Zodiac 12-person
Flares: Complete set
Medical Equipment: MCA compliant Medical Kit
Refit items - 2013
Superstructure - all new paint
Garage door service
Two new water heaters
New seals on both drive trains
37M HEESEN is the sixth in the Heesen Yachts popular 3700 series. Semi-displacement, aluminum hull with aluminum superstructure with 16V4000 engines has a speed up to 31 knots light displacement. The boat is built to ABS classification.
"Not for sale to U.S. Residents while in U.S. waters."
Owner's personal effects. List available upon request.