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Ann G - new superyacht by Heesen
Having gone through some of the most rigorous tests for superyachts, the new Ann G yacht by Heesen shipyard finally saw the sanctity of the day...
This beauty with steel hull contains exterior designed by Clifford Den, and presents us its powerful and aggressive profile. Its superstructure is made of aluminum and immediately puts you know that this is a sports yacht, while its twin MTU M64 diesel engines fit perfectly into the story. As such, Ann G superyacht easily reaches a top speed of 15.6 knots.
The English company Reymond Langton designed its cabin in art deco style that perfectly accompanies its powerful exterior. Edges made of Makassar ebony, punctuated with stainless steel, white onyx and leather, inspire and impress anyone who sets foot on this yacht.
Great art deco chandelier framed by open staircase explains perfectly in what kind of environment we are found. Art Deco theme is expanding through four guest cabins, which also contain Makassar, stainless steel and refined leather, as well as unique palette of colors.
The spacious owner's suite is decorated with original works of art and has its own private office, his and hers dressing room, and bathroom with geometric details of the stone.
Social spaces on this yacht include the main lounge with a seating area near the bar, an elegant dining room and the celestial lodge on the bridge, which has large windows to enjoy the stunning views of the sea. Club part is designed for exercise or relaxation in the steam room, bar and open air seating.
The roof deck is probably the best place to enjoy on this yacht, with open spaces on both sides. Finally, we must say that Ann G superyacht looks like it is ready for an adventure, no matter from which angle you're viewing it.
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