Length: 55 metres
Asking: €26,000,000 with Fraser
Heesen motor yacht Quite Essential was custom-built for an experienced yachtsman in 2011 and features a striking band of Chianti red that runs the length of the yacht – a nod to the owner’s love of fine wine.
A chic interior by Ken Freivokh and styled by Michela Reverberi features glossy white walls and light silk carpets, reflecting the natural light filling the space through oversized windows. The main saloon is equipped with an entertainment system for movie nights onboard, while formal dining can be found on the upper deck at a circular dining table seating up to 12 guests. On the same level, a skylounge is well set up for socialising with a fireplace, large-screen TV and baby grand piano.
Quite Essential can accommodate up to 12 guests split between six staterooms, including a supersized full-beam owner’s suite rarely seen on a yacht of this size, complete with a private lounge and office as well as two fixed balconies offering far-reaching ocean views. The remaining guest accommodation is made up of a full-beam VIP cabin – which can be converted into two cabins if required - two doubles and a twin. A spectacular spiral glass staircase connects all levels with an optional lift.
There’s plenty to offer on deck too with a waterfall pool on the main deck aft, a sundeck gym with 180-degree panoramas and a large semi-circular sunbathing area forward of the bridge.
Power comes from twin 5766hp engines delivering a top speed of 24 knots and a range of 5,000 nautical miles cruising at 12 knots.