Brokerage deal of the week: the 37m Heesen superyacht Li-Lien

Written by Gemma Fottles

Here we take a look at the What, Why, Where and Who of some of the best brokerage deals currently on the market. This week we explore the 36.8 metre superyacht Li-Lien, currently offered for sale with Northrop & Johnson.

What is on offer?

Built by the Dutch shipyard Heesen Yachts in 2005 and undertaking her last extensive refit in 2012, the 36.8 metre superyacht Li-Lien features both exterior and interior design from the regular Heesen collaborator, Omega Architects. Up to 10 guests are accommodated on board over four en-suite cabins on the lower deck in addition to an expansive full beam ownerโ€™s suite on the main deck.

The all-aluminium vessel is powered by twin MTU 16V 4000 M90 engines, providing her with an impressive top speed of 31 knots, a cruising speed of 27 knots, and a range of 2,000 nm.

Why do we think this is such a great deal?

Li-Lien provides owner and guests alike with ample amenities to truly enjoy life on board, from the large al fresco dining area on the aft deck or the sun lounging space besides the jacuzzi. The teak laden sun deck also features a full service bar, multiple sunpads with umbrellas and awnings, and a complete flybridge control station.

Li-Lien comes complete with a range of tenders and water toys, including a 14โ€™ Aquascan Jet, a Yamaha WaveRunner and a Yamaha stand-up Jet Ski. Having completed her 10 year ABS special surveys last year, Li-Lien is presented to the market in turn-key condition.

Where is she right now?

Li-Lien is currently located in Palm Beach, Florida.

Who to call?

Li-Lien is currently listed for sale with Northrop & Johnson at an asking price of โ‚ฌ5,900,000 (not for sale to US residents while in US waters). For more information contact her broker, Wes Sanford, directly on +1 954 522 3344 or by email at [email protected]

Northrop & Johnson
17 Rose Drive[no-lb]
Fort Lauderdale
FL 33316
USA

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