Heysea Yachts is pleased to announce the launch of the first unite of its newest 96ft luxury yacht on February 15, 2017. Welcome you to learn more from the following article or below link:
Asia Pacific Boating: http://www.asia-pacificboating.com/news/2017/02/heysea-yachts-launches-first-asteria-96
Designed by renown Australia Naval Architect David Bentley, the 96ft is made to be a sleek and stable performance yacht. In her standard layout, the 96ft includes two guest cabins, a charming VIP cabin and a luxurious master cabin complete with walk-in closet, sofa and a large bathroom with basin and a large walk-in shower. The guest cabins can be configured either as doubles or with twin beds---simply by pressing a button. But according to the requirement of the owner, the 96ft features two en-suite guest cabins, a spacious master cabin and a gorgeous media room while the roomy interior is customized to the owner’s preference. The media room is equipped with a whole advanced entertainment system, large interior lounge with two divided tables.
An elegant and spacious main saloon and formal dining space, as well as abundant exterior lounging area at aft teak, fore deck and fly bridge including the teak bench at the bow, offer a truly “first class” experience when entertaining friends and family.
The galley well-equipped with microwave, conventional oven and a refrigerator, is located at the corner of the stern and is completely separated from the interior living space which creates an incredibly private area for entertaining. In Standard, crew Accommodation includes a compact space for up to five stuff, adjacent to the engine room and galley. Crew in each comfortable twin cabin can enjoy natural lights through the glazing at the stern, and there is also an options for an additional berth if required. But the owner changed the crew area for up to three on his yacht.
Power comes from a pair of 1136hp Caterpillar diesel engines for a top speed of 20 knots and comfortable cruising at 16 knots. Optional extras include a stabilisation system and an engine upgrade, which makes speeds of more than 28 knots possible.
This first 96ft motoryacht in build, was contracted by Chinese customer and is getting close to the delivery stage.