Winner of the prestigious Zeus Statue for Best Motor Yacht 2010 and Asia's Boating Awards 'Most innovative interior' from Intarya Design Studio in London. CELESTIAL HOPE accommodates 12 guests in 6 well appointed staterooms. Her full beam Master Suite is beautifully open and bright. There is an Owner's Study/Media room a VIP suite plus 3 double and 1 twin guest staterooms. Meticulously maintained she receives an extended
yard period every winter where her crew keeps her up to date with all
class & flag surveys and certifications.
DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
Speed / Weight
Hull & Deck
Coast Guard #:
Guest SR/S: 6/12
- Crew R/B/S: 4/9/9
154' 3" (47.00m)
126' 0" (38.41m)
27' 11" (8.50m)
8' 11" (2.70m)
Cruise Speed RPM:
Cruise Speed Range:
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Max Speed Range:
265 Short Ton
16V 4000 M90
Celestial Hope is a 47-meter semi-displacement motor yacht built by Heesen Yachts. She has an elegant and sophisticated interior with a residential feel, inspired by the beautiful beach houses of the Hamptons. The open plan reception and dining room on the main deck feature a soft white lacquer finish on the walls and ceiling that makes a clear departure from the high gloss timbers usually associated with maritime design. When combined with the fresh blue and white colour palette a subtle, pared down, homely look was created.
A comfortable seating area is centred round a beautifully carved, limed oak table. Inviting sofas and armchairs are upholstered in natural linens, mixed with sumptuous velvets and metallic prints that lend a luxurious note. Glass panelling, designed and coloured to work harmoniously with the scheme, serves to visually divide the space and demonstrates the level of detailing employed. The majority of the furniture is bespoke designed and manufactured. The dining room boasts a stunning hand carved table in a pearlescent finish that works seamlessly with the satin fabric of the surrounding deep-buttoned dining chairs. Above hangs a dramatic Murano glass and nickel chandelier, its design specially adapted for the boat to complete the scheme. The elegant colours of the reception were brought through into the Master bedroom suite. Exquisite dark stained timber furniture was inlaid with mother of pearl and nickel detailing to contrast with the pale blue velvet chaise at the end of the bed and the crisp white bed linen. A working fireplace steers the design yet further into the residential direction and creates a cosy area, completed by a pair of armchairs. A fabulously spacious Master en-suite was designed with two separate entrances from his and her dressing rooms. Feminine details of crystal panelled doors and an églomisé dressing table top make a clear distinction between the two. Beneath Venetian glass mirrors, a pair of vanity units symmetrically frames a Corian free-standing bath that marks the focal point of the bathroom.
The remaining sleeping accommodation comprises of four guest cabins and a VIP cabin, each with their own individual colour scheme. With white as the neutral colour base, lilac, cornflower blue and red were introduced as accents to give depth and diversity. Every room reflects more of a residential than a nautical feel, achieved by our close work with the shipyard in designing considered, architectural detailing. Our designs for the mouldings, skirting, architraves and joinery all contribute to the homely feel.
The architectural detailing of the en-suite bathrooms resulted in sleek, luxurious spaces complete with the latest bathroom fittings, all carefully designed with storage in mind. They were considered down to every last detail, accessorising with embroidered monogrammed towels. Each bathroom was made individual through its choice of stunning marble or contemporary Corian to co-ordinate with the bedrooms and additional, eclectic touches such as carved glass Lalique taps or églomisé framed mirrors. Communal areas were given the same attention to detail. The walls of the internal staircase were clad in a hand-made metal finish with a beautiful trailing leaves pattern in moulded resin. From one reflective surface to another, the cloakroom was clad in tiny bronze, iridescent mosaics. The overall effect is stunning and works perfectly with the other shining surfaces of mirror, nickel taps and hammered chrome basin.
The exterior has four sitting and eating areas and two separate areas for sunbathing, complete with loungers, Jacuzzi and wet bar. White lacquered furniture was used throughout for a classic, elegant look. Built-in seats upholstered in outdoor fabrics made practical and comfortable areas for our client’s family to relax and entertain. Colour combinations are pared down, creating beautiful, calm areas where detail is added subtly, through contrast piping and bespoke, hand-carved leather cushions.
Fuel oil including day tank: 68,8 m3 - 18,200 US Gallon Fuel oil day tank: 9,4 m3 - 2,500 US Gallon Lubrication oil: 1,2 m3 - 320 US Gallon Dirty Oil: 0,8 m3 - 200 US Gallon Sludge: 0,4 m3 - 100 US Gallon Fresh water: 16,2 m3 - 4,300 US Gallon Grey water: 3,7 m3 - 980 US Gallon
Communications and navigational equipment
2 Radar Furuno FAR2117 BlackBox, 6.5 ft scanner, (one 24 rpm and one 42 rpm) X Band , S Band Gyro/Autopilot/Log system PLATH Black box sounder Furuno FCV1200BB GPS Satellite/Compass & log Furuno GPS SC50 AIS/GPS System Saab B&G Hydra2000 for wind, depth Electronic chartplotter Transas NS3000 ECS Operating from 24 VDC Navtex Furuno NX500/NX5/2.6 m antenna 3 Hatteland LED Monitor JH 19T01 MMD-A2 19.0 Weatherfax Furuno FAX207 2 MCA/GMDSS port VHF Navico 50 Satcom Inmarsat F77 NERA Com Server computer combining network access for Fleet, GSM & Landline ISPS / SSAS Capsat Ship Security Alert VHF Radiotelephone Furuno FM2721/ MCA GMDSS DSC VHF Furuno FM8500 Loudhailer Raytheon SEA TEL VSAT antenna 2 x SEA TEL TV antenna Linn Audio Systems AppleTV Pad Controllers for AV
Mechanical, propulsion and engine room equipment
Main engines: MTU 16V 4000 M90 application: fast vessels 2.720 kW at 2.100 rpm Engine hours: 2950hrs each Gearbox: ZF BW7550 P Generators: Two (2) Kilo-pak marine diesel generator sets of each 100 kW, 50Hz, three phase, 230/400 Volts, 3 wire, 1.500rpm. Generator hours: 6950 & 6850hrs Stabilizers: Naiad 720 Zero Speed Bowthruster: One (1) bowthruster of 90kW hydraulically driven by pumps on each gearbox . Make Thruster systems type HRP 1000. Watermakers: Two (2) HEM - reverse osmosis desalination systems (400V/3ph/50Hz) type HEM 25/1400 modular version capacity 1,400 gallon per day / each (5000 liters per day). Sewage system: EVAC Sewage treatment: Hamman Air Conditioning: Hainen & Hopmann Monitoring System: Tijjsen Electric Shore Converter: AC Sea 100 Kva Navigation Systems: Radio Holland AV Systems: VBH Holland Ship Management Software: Techman
Galley, domestic and laundry equipment
Gaggenau deep pan frier VFH 411110 Gaggenau steam oven ED 230/231 Gaggenau microwave EM-200-130 Gaggenau ceramic cooking plate with 4 zones VC-355-102 Gaggenau ceramic cooking plate with 2 zones VC-356-102 Gaggenau oven EB-385-110 Gaggenau grill VR-322-112 2 Miele dishwasher G7855 2 Foster Gastro refrigerator 600 litres (compressor in engine room) Foster Gastro freezer 600 litres (compressor in engine room) Foster refrigerators under counter HR 150 litres Foster freezer under counter HR 150 litres Wine cooler for 110 bottles (compressor in engine room) Trash compactor ISE8251 white 2 Sinks with macerator 2 Miele washer WS5425 2 Miele dryer T5206 Miele iron machine B890 Owner’s stateroom / Salon SB aft: 2 Frigonautica refrigerator serie 80 (one in owner’s one in salon) U-line icemaker (salon) Zanussi LB 035C glass washer (salon)
Sundeck Frigonautica refrigerator serie 80 U-line icemaker Tepan-Yaki grill plate
Tender garage Frigonautica refrigerator serie 80 or equal