The 46m motoryacht Sweet Doll has had a change of central agencies and is now for sale with Mark Seaton and Glen Villis at Yacht & Villa International. She is currently lying in Port Hercule in Monaco with an asking price of €9.4 million.
Sweet Doll is custom built to ABS class by Dutch shipyard Heesen and was one of three superyachts to be delivered in 2003 at the shipyard’s facility in Oss. She is constructed with an aluminium hull and superstructure to a design by Omega Architects.
Sweet Doll's interior was completed by Frank Laupman, who worked on the interior design for five Heesen builds from 2001 to 2004. She is able to accommodate 12 guests over a master suite, VIP stateroom and three double staterooms, all of which are en-suite.
She is fitted with zero-speed stabilisers for motion control and is one of 22 per cent of 45m+ motoryacht deliveries to-date that has a draught of 2.5m or less, significantly assisting with marina entries and access to shallower anchorages.
One of her standout features is the Jacuzzi surrounded by an array of sun pads on the flybridge (below).
Sweet Doll is powered by twin MTU 3,700hp engines that can obtain a 3,400 nautical mile range at 12 knots. She is also able to cruise comfortably at 18 knots and reach a maximum speed of 25 knots.
She underwent an extensive refit in 2007 at International Marine Services and was last refitted in 2010. As such, she is in excellent condition for re-sale.
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