Thom Conboy of Merle Wood has succeeded in selling Blind Date. Burgess respresented the buyer, who can look forward to owning a 46.7 metre Heesen superyacht. The asking price was set at €26.9 million.
The exterior lines of Blind Date come from the drawing board of Frank Laupman of Omega Architects, collaborating with the in-house design team of the shipyard. Blind Date features a phenomenal interior design by English designers Keech Green, working closely with the owner. Her interior style can be best described as 'Modern Deco' and features marble, onyx, silk and cashmere throughout. Central to the design is the spiral staircase, clad in an innovative bronze liquid metal finish. The end result is a style that is easy to live with yet retains a sense of effortless glamour and timeless elegance.
On deck, Blind Date offers guests endless choices for dining, relaxing and sunning including a full dining suite on the aft bridge deck and sundeck plus casual loungers ideal for cocktails on the main aft deck and foredeck. The sundeck is also equipped with a large jacuzzi and sunpads for guests to enjoy the Mediterranean and Caribbean sun. She also has a Sundeck sprinkler system which is used to cool down the sundeck from the sun.
Blind Date was jointly list for sale with Merle Wood and Yacht Masters.
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