On Sunday, Balk shipyard officially re-launched charter yacht 'Seven Sins' at their Netherland headquarters, following an extensive refit which saw her bow lengthened by approximately 2.3 metres - giving her a new total length of 43.6 metres/143 feet.
A pedigree Heesen built in 2005 to ABS and MCA standards, technical planning of the extension of Seven Sins was organised by Van Oossanen Naval Architects. A bow extension is like nothing seen previously in the industry, with most extensions either amidships or stern.
The lounging area at her bow is now significantly more spacious for charter guests' enjoyment, with retouches to the master suite, a repaint and standard maintenance also evident.
She will additionally feature and new crew cabin, meaning parties can benefit from the first-class services of an 8-person crew whilst aboard.
Offering huge luxury across her three decks, motor yacht Seven Sins boasts amenities including a gym, sauna and deck Jacuzzi. She comfortably sleeps up to 10 guests in five staterooms, including a master suite with its own private office, two VIP staterooms, a double stateroom and two twin cabins.
Guests have access to an impressive range of water toys, including a Seabob, two jet-skis, water-skis, three doughnuts and two inflatable canoes.
On her return to the global charter fleet, the newly lengthened M/Y Seven Sins will be cruising in Mediterranean hotspots including Turkey and Sardinia this summer season. To find out more information about her availability, please contact your preferred charter broker.
Seven Sin's refit is one of the more unusual refits of recent times.