Quite Essential is a 180ft luxury superyacht. Build from scratch as a custom design by experienced yachtsmen from Dutch, the Heesen. Exclusively for this project, they included features that are rarely available on any yacht measuring 55m. The inside decoration and styling bring out the ultimate luxury touch. Yet, what speaks volumes is the creative layout and voluminous nature of the decks. (Images Credit: Superyachts Monaco)
Apart from the Shipyard Heesen, other designers who worked on this semi-displacement yacht are Frank Laupman. He drew the elegant exterior lines while Ken Freivokh crafted the interior layout. Michela Reverberi handled the interior detailing and decoration.
For more on this luxury Superyacht and what to expect when you buy or charter, read on.
The Spectacular Layout and Features on This Superyacht
Quite Essential features a dramatic hull design with signature curved-windows and extensive balconies. Guests can choose where to relax among the three expansive decks. The design oozes comfort and enjoyment. Plus, the unobstructed views emphasize a sense of spaciousness while yachting.
The sun deck hosts lots of facilities for relaxing and spicing up your yacht life. They include a gym with the latest equipment like Technogym, a sauna and massage rooms, and a professional masseuse. Additionally, the luxury superyacht has a swimming pool and a tender bay and can be flooded easily for launching and recovery.
Above all, the interior designer integrated some stunning futuristic flair into the salon. The unique decorations highlighted are rich colored jewels accessories and glossy white walls. This makes the inside look chic and contemporary. Beyond that, the salon comes with a formal sitting room and a cozy lounge equipped with an entertainment system.
On accommodations, this luxury superyacht welcomes up to 12 guests in 6 spacious cabins. The master suite stands out as the largest in the entire fleet of Heesen. It’s beautifully decorated and equipped with an office, ensuite bathroom, and lounge space. Furthermore, it has two private balconies overlooking the ocean.
All guest cabins are full-beam VIP as well as versatile. They are easily converted into two-doubles if needed. Likewise, the yacht has quarters on the lower deck for her 13 crew members.
Performance and Cruising Ability of This Superyacht
Performance-wise, Quite Essential offers an excellent yacht life thanks to the twin 4,300kW, MTU 20V 4000 M93L installed diesel engine. The superyacht does enviable speeds, and it’s hard to believe the stats, considering its size. Indeed, only a few yachting vessels can match her cruising speed.
This yacht graces the sea with quickness and ease. Its cruising speed reads 22 knots while the top speed is 24 knots. Moreover, the vessel can cruise for a range of 4500nm in 12 knots.
The Cost of Quite Essential
The cost of owning this sea yachting vessel from Heesen is about $ 30,646,000. However, the luxury superyacht is available for charter at approximately $ 313,000 per week, inclusive of expenses.
The design teams did a perfect job and, as a result, the yacht was a finalist in two awards: the 2012 World Superyacht Awards and ShowBoats Design Awards.
To sum up, expect excellent performance, guest’s comfort and ease as this luxury superyacht cruises the deep seas. It comes with add-ons such as wave runners, inflatables, and bobs, which help guests explore coastlines and have an action-packed day.