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News: Heesen 36.90m No Comment (ex Tropic C) Yacht Refitted

January 11, 2012 by lucy
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The major refit of the luxury yacht No Comment included:
- A completely new interior designed by Joachim Kinder
- The original fish cockpit removed and maindeck extended
- The wheelhouse deck lengthened to accomodate a 17 and 22 foot yacht tender.

A brand new classic super yacht No Comment is ready for another 25 years sailing the oceans. She was delivered in November 2011.

Main Characteristics of the Heesen super yacht No Comment:

Designer: Mulder Design
Interior designer: Studio Art-Line – The Netherlands
Shipyard: Heesen Shipyards – The Netherlands
LOA: 36.90 m / 121′
Engine: 2x Deutz TBD616 V16, each 1480 hp
Max speed: 16.5 knots
Speed cruise: 14.5 knots
Range: 3000 n.m.
Hull superstructure: Aluminium
Launched: 1986

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