Northrop & Johnson has announced the sale of the 36.8-metre Heesen superyacht Li-Lien, with Wes Sanford representing the seller during the sale.
Launched by Heesen in the Netherlands in 2005, Li-Lien has exterior and interior design from the drawing boards of the Dutch studio Omega Architects. The 36.8-metre superyacht also underwent an extensive refit in 2012.
On board, she accommodates up to 10 guests across five ensuite staterooms, comprising one master stateroom, two queens and two twins. A crew of five is also accommodated for on board.
As for her stand-out features, Li-Lien boasts excellent deck space, ideal for alfresco dining on the aft deck or sunbathing on her sun pads. She also features a large tender garage where the tender and toys are stowed for a toy-free deck and easy access.
Powered by twin 3648 hp Diesel engines, Li-Lien has an impressive top speed of 31 knots and a cruising speed of 27 knots. In addition, the 36.8-metre superyacht also has an ABS classification as well as an MCA certification.
At the time of sale, Li-Lien was listed at an asking price of €4,950,000.