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Quite Essential

Location: Cannes
  • Boat length

    180.5 ft

  • Built

    2011

  • Builder

    Heesen

  • Guests

    12

    Cabins

    6

    Crew

    13

Rent Price

Low season

Day

$ 45,000

Week

$ 315,000

Month

$ 1,350,000

High season

Day

$ 50,250

Week

$ 301,500

Month

$ 1,206,000

Deposit

50%

Sale Price*

VAT status

VAT not registered

General information

Hull material

Aluminium

Boat Hull

Semi-displacement

Rental Type

1

Motor

1

Built

2011

Naval Architect

Heesen Yachts

Interior Designer

Ken Freivokh Design

Builder

Heesen

Flag

Cayman Islands

Exteriror color

White

Description

First in the Heesen fleet to sport a tender bay that can be flooded to allow easy launching and recovery


Motor Yacht Quite Essential (ex Quinta Essentia) is a 55 metre (180ft) luxury superyacht launched by the Dutch shipyard Heesen Yachts in 2011. She was designed by Van Oossanen Naval Architects in collaboration with Heesen Yachts' in-house designers. Her exterior designer is Frank Laupman of Omega design studio and Ken Freivokh carried out the l interior design layout, with interior design by Michela Reverberi.


Design


A unique feature of the hull design are dramatic signature curved-window “balconies” extending from the owner’s suite forward on the main deck, the main deck saloon and the upper deck saloon immediately above. In each case, the bulwarks are glazed to allow clear views of the water, even when seated inside.

Superyacht Quite Essential has a design that offers some notably luxurious features including the largest owner’s suite seen on any Heesen superyacht to date, comparable to those found on yachts of 80m or above. Other special features of the yacht include a sport a tender bay that can be flooded to allow easy launching and recovery of the tenders, a swimming pool, aft on the main deck that is constantly replenished by a sheet waterfall. The owners guests will also love the gym and spa facilities, including a steam room and a massage room, located on the sun deck and the grand piano in the main saloon. An atrium of decorative glass, rising through three levels from the main deck, encompasses a spiral staircase and an elevator of glass and stainless steel.

Three expansive decks offer guests on charter yacht Quite Essential a wide variety of areas in which to relax, to take the sun and entertain. Deck areas have been carefully designed to offer maximum enjoyment and comfort, their unobstructed views emphasising the sense of spaciousness. Relaxon on the Sun deck in the spa pool or burn off energy in the adjoining a fully-equipped spa, entertain guests on the aft deck before dinner, enjoy breakfast or an aperitif on the top deck, or sip a tantalising cocktail on the spa foredeck.


Interior


The luxurious and conceptual interior design by Michela Reverberi is modern and futuristic with an intimate atmosphere that is not too stark. The inspiration for interior design work was ‘Quinta Essentia’ – the fifth element, which is the highest synthesis of the four elements. These four elements – Earth, Water, Air and Fire are represented in the four guests’ cabins, while the owners’ suite with a sliver colour palate synthesizes them all. The 5th element theme of Quinta Essentia yacht is integrated subtly into the design through details, colors and patterns which are displayed against an absolute and pure white background.


Accommodation


Quite Essential charter yacht offers accommodation for up to 10 guests in 5 suites: a VIP cabin, three double cabins and one triple cabin.

The owners suite located forward on the main deck is dominated by the colour silver, reflecting the bold colours of the four earthly elements in the guest cabins - creating an interpretation of the mythical fifth element, the quinta essentia. The owner’s suite extends into an elegant and private office area. The black, white and mirrored master bathroom combines modern and classic elements - a black stone bath tub and a wall of mirrors with silver leaf frames.

Superyacht Quite Essential’s remaining cabins are earthy, fiery, bright and cool hues dramatically offset by the pure white background. Carpeting throughout the yacht is in hand-woven white silk, with a single, tapering, wave-like brush-stroke, in shades to represent each element. The doors to the guest rooms are decorative glass, hand-made at Pictet atelier.

Accomodation and Crew

Number of cabins

6

Cabin configuration

1 Master, 4 Double, 1 Twin

Number of bathrooms

6

Bed configuration

Double&Single

Number of guests

12

Number of crew

13

Performance

Cruise Speed, kn

22.0 kts

Max Speed, kn

24.0 kts

Range, nm

4500.0

Engines

2 x MTU 5766 HP

Measurement

Fuel Tank

125000 Litres 33021 US Gallons 27496 UK Gallons

Fuel consumption

600 Litres 158 US Gallons 131 UK Gallons

Water capacity

10000 Litres 2641 US Gallons 2199 UK Gallons

Dimensions

Length

180.5 ft

Beam

33.8 ft

Draft

9.8 ft

Safety

First aid kit

Horn

Fire extinguisher

Smoke detector

Life jackets

Life jackets

Raft

EPIRB

Visual distress signal

Vessel lighting

Tenders and Toys

Tender

24.61ft /7.5m Vaudrey Miller Limo Tender, 18ft /5.49m Castoldi Rescue Boat Jet Drive

Jet ski

1 x Stand-up Yamaha SJ700 Jet-Ski

Water ski

Wakeboard

Fishing gear

Snorkelling gear

Amenities

Air conditioner

Toilet

Stabilisers underway

Jacuzzi on deck

Stabilizers at anchor

Bow thruster

Kitchen

Hot cold cockpit shower

Heating

Kid friendly

Essentials

Gym

Equipment

Satellite phone

Satellite internet

Cockpit loudspeakers

Enterteiment system

Navigation

Tv

Lcd tv

Cd player

Internet

Wi Fi

Locations

France

Corsica

Cannes

Nice

Antibes

Saint Martin

Saint Tropez

Monaco

Monte Carlo

Italy

Naples

Capri

Sicily

Aeolian Islands

Sardinia

Greece

Athens