Dutch yard Heesen has announced the sale of a 67 metre steel superyacht called Project Sparta.
Due for delivery in 2023, Sparta is based on the yard’s 66 metre Project Avanti, which was first presented at the Monaco Yacht Show 2018 and “captured the attention” of the owner, the yard said.
Designed inside and out by Winch Design, the steel FDHF Project Sparta features an “elegant sheer line”, “strong bow” and “inviting transom characterised by a steeped aft deck area,” the yard said. The Fast Displacement Hull Form comes courtesy of Van Oossanen Naval Architects and results in a top speed of 16 knots.
A raised pilothouse lends the yacht a “new-look sporty profile” while interior and exterior areas “connect harmoniously”. Sparta, which is also known as YN 20067, also features a five metre infinity pool aft on the sundeck.
The owner, who the Heesen yard described as an “experienced charterer and yacht connoisseur”, has appointed Arcon Yachts as project manager.
The 1,200GT interior features a full beam main deck saloon and indoor dining area that connects to the aft deck terrace.
Accommodation is for a total of 12 guests, comprising four guest suites forward of the main deck. A sliding partition allows two of the forward cabins to transform into one full beam VIP.
The bridge deck meanwhile has been dedicated to the owner. Two suites sit forward and aft. Both have access to a private outdoor lounge and dining area.
Elsewhere, a spiral staircase and glass elevator service all three decks. The galley and crew accommodation sit on the lower deck and is large enough to accommodate a crew of 15. Also on the lower deck is a walk-in wellness area with a Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and gym. Tenders and toys meanwhile are stored in the forward garage.