Measuring in just shy of 220ft (67m), SPARTA is now the largest steel yacht to have been built by Dutch shipyard, Heesen Yachts. She was recently photographed leaving the yard’s facilities, on route to the North Sea to begin her sea trials.
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Winch Design completed the yacht’s exterior with timeless lines and show stopping reverse bow of pure white with underlying accents of Venetian red and metallic gray. Her sporty profile is further amplified by the large expanse of glass stretching from bow to stern.
The Winch Design team is also responsible for the yacht interiors – two owner’s suites can be found on the bridge deck with their own private dining area and outdoor space. Movable partitions are available to create a full-beam VIP suite or extended area for the family to use. The further four guest cabins are on the main deck, with additional space for two staff members and 14 crew members below deck.
The driving theme of the yacht is family and social spaces conducive to easy relaxation and connection. A large open-air beach terrace connects to the full-beam saloon so guests can easily travel inside and out, without breaking the connection with nature. A 20ft infinity pool holds pride of place on the aft deck, offering breathtaking views of the sea around you.
The yacht’s custom limo tender and plethora of water toys can be found stored in the gullwing doors in the forward garage. The lower deck offers an abundance of wellness spaces, complete with elliptical whirlpool, sauna, gym, and steam room.
SPARTA is the culmination of the owner’s introduction to Heesen’s Project Avanti concept at the 2018 Monaco Yacht Show.