Launched by Dutch shipyard Heesen Yachts in 2008, Sibelle still posses desirable features despite being over six years old now. As with any other Heesen yacht, she was built to stand the test of time bearing an all aluminum hull and superstructure with teak decks. Sibelle has been in private use ever since her owner took delivery in 2008, and has undergone thorough maintenance to ensure her AAA conditions remains intact.
That said, Sibelle has now hit the market for the first time ever, and is currently for sale through SuperYachtsMonaco at a price of 17,000,000 Euros or $18.7 million.
Omega Architects were in charge of both the exterior and interior design, perfected and customized according to the owner’s wishes. Even better, the interior features neutral materials to allow the owner to alter the look at any given time.
Built under Heesen 4400 class, Sibelle has an overall length of 44 meters and a gross tonnage of 458. Within the three-layout teak deck lies five spacious and pristine cabins that can accommodate 10 guests. The cabins comprise of 1 master suite, two double rooms and two twin cabins.
Sibelle offers a range of relaxation and leisure opportunities across the three decks starting with the main saloon lounge area to the upper deck saloon and TV area. The beach club comes with a sauna and a fold-down transom to enjoy all the pleasures of the sun in full comfort.
In the powerhouse, the yacht comes with two MTU diesel engines rated at 2,720 kW each, enabling her to achieve a maximum speed of 28 knots and a cruising speed of 26 knots. For all the speed lovers she is well equipped in that area. Furthermore, while cruising at 12 knots, the yacht can achieve a range of 2950 nm.
Most recently, Sibelle has received a range of soft refits as well as winter works which can be revealed upon request.