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*GALACTICA SUPER NOVA imagery: Guillaume Plisson

Four more very different yachts have joined our sales fleet since we were last in touch. The first two, the 70.1m Heesen GALACTICA SUPER NOVA and the 66m Delta INVICTUS, are both widely admired as very successful charter yachts but would also suit private use perfectly.

The second two are the 35.2m HeySea ASTERIA 116 and the 28m Alloy Yachts TAWERA. ASTERIA is a new build with delivery scheduled late in 2022 and sailing yacht TAWERA, a rare combination of comfortable world cruiser and regatta winner, was delivered by Alloy Yachts of New Zealand.

GALACTICA SUPER NOVA

Built in 2016, this multi award-winning 70.1m (229.9ft) yacht is the largest to date from Heesen Yachts. Van Oossanen was the naval architect with Espen Oeino International designing the exterior and the interior by Sinot Yacht Design. The result is exceptional in performance and aesthetic. GALACTICA SUPER NOVA has a fast-displacement aluminium hull with Heesen's Fast Displacement Hull Form (FDHF) and achieves 30 knots with her Rolls Royce waterjets. Powered by her twin 5,766hp MTU diesel engines alone she can cruise comfortably for 4,000nm at 12 knots.

 

Designed to take 14 guests in a flexible configuration of seven cabins, she has a 6m (19.7ft) glass-bottomed pool with waterfall feature, a large beach club with fold-down terraces, an elevator to all interior decks and touch-and-go helipad. GALACTICA SUPER NOVA is asking EUR 75,000,000 and available to view in the Eastern Med. Yachts of this capability are few and far between and this one comes with a strong charter following.

Her top speed is 30 knots and she has a range of 4,000nm
Her top speed is 30 knots and she has a range of 4,000nm

Light shimmers through the glass panels in the pool into the beach club below
Light shimmers through the glass panels in the pool into the beach club below

INVICTUS

A top speed of 16 knots and a range of 5,000nm
A top speed of 16 knots and a range of 5,000nm

Spacious guest decks and huge internal volume
Spacious guest decks and huge internal volume

Aboard INVICTUS you find superyacht living at its finest with accommodation spread over six decks, offering you incredible internal volume of 1,943GT. At 66m (216.5ft) she gives the impression of a 75m yacht. Designed and delivered by Delta Yachts in 2013, INVICTUS has twin screw diesel engines that turn out an easy cruising speed 13.5 knots and top speed of 16 knots.

 

Laid out to take 12 guests in nine cabins, INVICTUS looks after her owner with a separate deck, magnificent master suite showing off panoramic views, office, lounge and a private ‘breakfast’ deck’. When it’s time to entertain the sky lounge converts to a Parisian-style nightclub. Plus, there’s a beach club, elevator and a cinema with bespoke stadium armchair seating.

It is no surprise that this yacht has won a raft of awards and recognition from the superyacht fraternity. We are delighted to bring her to market for USD 100,000,000. View her in person with one of our brokers at the Monaco Yacht Show 2021.

ASTERIA 116

The 35.2m (115.5ft) ASTERIA 116 is the vision of Slovenian Jure Bukavec's UNIELLé design studio. Built in composite by Chinese shipyard HeySea Yachts to RINA classification with delivery scheduled for late 2022.  She ticks all the boxes - her owner has a full-beam main deck suite with 240-degree wraparound views, skylight and a private terrace with sunpads forward. Plus a full-beam VIP suite, a double cabin and a twin cabin complete accommodation for eight guests in four suites. She also sleeps five crew.

 

There is a beach club cabana lounge aft on the lower deck with a hydraulic bathing platform for ease of access to the water. The main saloon also has sliding full-height glass doors either side and glazed bulwark cut-outs along almost the entire length of the deck. Her design holds many options for customisation. Twin Caterpillar C32 ACERT diesel engines give her a top speed of 24 knots and a cruising speed of 20 knots. At her passage speed of 10 knots she has a range of 2,000nm. We are very pleased to bring this new-build yacht to market with an asking price of EUR 10,500,000.

Top speed of 24 knots and a range of 2,000nm
Top speed of 24 knots and a range of 2,000nm

Extensive glazing and great sightlines are a feature of this yacht
Extensive glazing and great sightlines are a feature of this yacht

TAWERA

A luxurious world cruiser that also wins regattas
A luxurious world cruiser that also wins regattas

Performance DNA by Ron Holland, interiors by Peter Sijm
Performance DNA by Ron Holland, interiors by Peter Sijm

With the rare sale of TAWERA comes opportunity to own an exceptional sailing yacht. This 28m (92ft) pedigree yacht was designed by Ron Holland and built by Alloy Yachts in 1995. She has since been refitted in 2017, including a full set of North 3Di sails, electrical systems, mizzen mast and boom.

 

Although the winner of the Millennium Cup in New Zealand in 2015 and 2016 and most recently in the Mastercard Superyacht Regatta in 2021, TAWERA is most at home as a pristine luxury family yacht. Interior designed by Peter Sijm to take six guests, each of her three suites has good headroom of 1.9m (6.2 ft), and the owner’s stateroom stretches the full beam. TAWERA is clearly no slouch under sail but when becalmed, her 235hp MTU diesel engine gives hera cruising speed of 9 knots, a top speed of 10 knots and a maximum range of 2,500nm. A performance sailing yacht that is also an immensely comfortable blue water cruiser doesn’t come along often. We are proud to bring her to market for EUR 1,950,000. She is currently available to view in Auckland, New Zealand.

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