|PREVIOUS NAME||QUINTA ESSENTIA|
|REFIT YEAR||Never refit|
|PRICE FROM||€265,000 / Per Week|
Swimming pool with waterfall
Jacuzzi on sundeck
Launched in early 2011, motor yacht QUITE ESSENTIAL is the largest yacht launched to date by fabled builder, Heesen Yachts. Built in Oss, Holland, the 55 meter super yacht QUITE ESSENTIAL presents spacious interiors, with sleek curves, and stylish custom-made furniture throughout. Designed by Dobroserdov Design, the semi-displacement yacht features a unique atrium-like curve in the center and sports an eye-catching external color scheme of Oyster White and Merlot Red.
Heesen yacht QUITE ESSENTIAL accommodates 10 guests in a master suite, two large guest cabins which can convert into a large VIP cabin, one double cabin and one twin cabin. Special amenities include a grand piano in the main saloon, and a swimming pool with a waterfall, aft of the main deck. Michela Reverberi decorated the interior based on a design by Ken Freivokh. Crème and neutral colors are incorporated into sleek curves, and highlight the onyx-colored stylish custom furniture found throughout the superyacht.
Powered by twin MTU engines she has a cruising speed of 22 knots and a top speed of 24 knots.
Heesen Yachts began operations in 1978 in Oss, the Netherlands. Considered the world’s leading builder of aluminum yachts, in the past 30 years, the builder has launched over 150 yachts.
Motoryacht QUITE ESSENTIAL (former name, QUINTA ESSENTIA) features such unique amenities as an onboard swimming pool with waterfall, a Grand piano in the salon, and custom-made furniture throughout. As one writer mentioned, the yacht name, “Quinta Essentia(,) [as in the word, Quintessential -1-800 Yacht Charters], QUITE ESSENTIAL represents the fifth and highest element after the four natural elements of earth, air, fire and water. Therefore her design subtly incorporated the other four natural elements throughout the vessel. Examples of these elements could be seen with the usage of semi-precious stones in the owner’s bathroom representing the “earth” element.”