Heesen Yachts' Monaco Wolf Joins Burgess Fleet
Published: Tuesday, 23 February 2016
Dutch shipyard Heesen Yachts’ 49.8-metre semi-displacement aluminium motor yacht Monaco Wolf is joining the Burgess Yachts sales fleet.
(Photo: Jeff Brown)
After being sold by Burgess to her current owner two years ago as a new build, this is the second of four Heesens sold by Burgess in this size class. Heesen delivered Monaco Wolf in 2014, following the success of her award-winning sister ship Satori.
Her sleek and streamlined profile combined with advanced naval architecture ensures enhanced performance fused with head-turning aesthetics. Frank Laupman of Omega Architects designed her exterior, which combined Heesen’s much-admired house style with the owner’s specified criteria.
Monaco Wolf features four distinct deck areas designed to maximise space, including a 70-square-metre sun deck, the largest on a yacht of this size. Laupman ensured privacy in port with a private lounging area on the foredeck plus ample room for al fresco dining both on the upper deck and the main deck, which when combined with the main saloon offers a further 25sqm of entertaining space. Elsewhere on deck, a Jacuzzi, oversized sun pads, and a sizable swim platform cater for outdoor living.
(Photo: Emilio Bianchi)
Every aspect of Monaco Wolf has been meticulously thought out to create a luxurious yet comfortable living environment. Celebrated Italian designer Francesco Paszkowski created an inspiring interior utilising just three materials: teak, limestone and leather.
Accommodation for 12 guests is configured across six cabins, with the full beam master suite positioned forward on the main deck. A further five cabins, including a full beam VIP suite, are located on the lower deck. The main saloon features a neutral colour palette accented with burnt orange textiles by Hermès and is separated from the elegant formal dining room forward by a partition mounted with a large cinema screen. The large sky lounge offers an informal dining area, cinema screen and bar, providing a wonderful social setting for intimate entertaining.
Monaco Wolf lends herself to any situation effortlessly and a customised lighting system throughout can instantly transform the atmosphere on board from moody and intimate to corporate and elegant, or even party and fun.
(Photo: Emilio Bianchi)
Powering the vessel are two 3,650hp MTUs allowing MONACO WOLF to achieve a top speed of 23 knots. When cruising at 12 knots she offers an impressive range of 3,400 nautical miles, while boasting economic fuel consumption achieved by virtue of her optimised hydrodynamic hull.
Monaco Wolf is offered for sale by Burgess as exclusive central agents with an asking price of € 29.5 million (EU VAT paid).