Imperial Yachts has announced that it has been appointed as central agents for the sale of the 47m Ariadna, built by Heesen. The superyacht, which will be on display at the Monaco Yacht Show this year, is currently based in the South of France and is priced on application.
Ariadna was launched at the Dutch yard’s facility in Oss in 2011, and – in contrast to Heesen’s familiar all-aluminium ‘fast-displacement’ hull form – has a steel hull and an aluminium superstructure.
The owner’s interior design brief to Frank Laupman of Omega Architects was to take inspiration from the Moscow Ritz-Carlton hotel. He asked for his suite to be on the upper deck aft, taking advantage of panoramic sea views.
Found throughout the interior is versatile furniture, luxury marble with silk and wool decoration and state-of-the-art entertainment systems.
12 guests are able to be accommodated over six cabins, comprising of two master staterooms, three double staterooms and one twin stateroom, all with en-suite facilities.
Other notable features of the superyacht include the Jacuzzi, with a double waterfall forward on the sun deck, seating arrangements aft on every deck, a beach club and an assortment of tenders and toys for transportation and leisure.
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