Heesen Yachts launches SibelleMar 23, 2015 by Guest Writer
Heesen Yachts has launched the 50m M/Y Sibelle, an aluminum, fast displacement hull with a plumb bow. M/Y Sibelle will reach a maximum speed of 18.5 knots with two 1,000kW MTUs, meaning it can cross the Atlantic with fuel to spare. The exterior features contrasting bands of wraparound glass.
Ten guests can be accommodated in five cabins. The master has two dressing rooms, each with a private ensuite bathroom. M/Y Sibelle was expected to undergo testing in the North Sea and delivered to her owner by the end of February.
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