|NAME||LET IT BE M|
|PREVIOUS NAME||LET IT BE|
|PRICE FROM||€77,000 / Per Week|
6m Novurania with 150 hp inboard engine
Sea-Doo Waverunner GTI
Sea-Doo Waverunner 3D (convertible version: jet ski - bob or cart)
Inflatable climbing mountain
The third vessel built in the semi-custom Heesen 3700 series, Mediterranean motor yacht LET IT BE M took her original name from the famous Beatles song. Known as the premier builders of semi-displacement fast performance motor yachts, this Heesen 3700 series yacht is typical of the builder’s dedication to speed. Powerful engines push the 37 meter motoryacht LET IT BE M along at a cruising speed range of 21 to 27 knots, with the capability of short bursts at a blistering 32 knots. The primary benefit of this performance is the ability to traverse the Western Mediterranean quickly, and in style.
Of course, style is the second benchmark of a Heesen yacht, and yacht LET IT BE M does not disappoint. The Netherlands builder is renown for the ability to seamlessly merge high performance with creature comforts and modern style. Omega Architects created the vessel’s sleek, missile-like exterior styling as well as her modern interior. That interior features polished cherry wood with walnut accents throughout. Even the ship’s galley boasts lacquered cabinets and walls.
There are charter accommodations for up to 10 guests. The master cabin is located on the main deck and offers the lead guests a King sized bed and a full ensuite bathroom. The VIP guest cabin is on the lower deck and has a Queen bed and bathroom ensuite. Additional guests can repose in two guest cabins, one with a Queen bed, and the other with twin berths that can convert into a queen sized bed. A fifth guest cabin has two single berths, positioned in an L-shaped format. All guest cabins are located on the same lower deck as the VIP suite, and all offer ensuite bathrooms.
The 10 guests will find plenty of room above deck as well. The fly bridge features a large dining settee, along with a wet bar area, and open-air Jacuzzi hot tub.
Did You Know…While cruising along Sardinia in 1968, Ringo Starr was served octopus for lunch by the captain. The resulting conversation between Starr and the skipper was the inspiration for The Beatles song, “Octopus’s Garden.”