Quite Essential

180.45 55Heesen 2011

Quite Essential (ex Quinta Essentia) was the largest and one of the most powerful Heesen yachts when she was delivered in 2011. Powered by a pair of 4,300kW, MTU 20V 4000 M93L diesel engines, Quite Essential will reach a notable top speed of 24 knots. In consultation with Van Oossanen Associates, Heesen’s in-house naval architects have created a sophisticated and highly efficient hard-chine hull, while Frank Laupman from Omega Architects drew the sleek and elegant exterior lines.

'Quite Essential' Charter Rates :

SUMMER

Low Season
  • €265,000 p/week + expenses
  • Approx $279,000
High Season
  • €295,000 p/week + expenses
  • Approx $310,500

WINTER

Low Winter
  • €265,000 p/week + expenses
  • Approx $279,000
High Winter
  • €295,000 p/week + expenses
  • Approx $310,500

Cruising Regions:

  • Mediterranean
  • Amalfi Coast
  • Cannes
  • Corsica
  • Croatia
  • French Riviera
  • Greece
  • Italian Riviera
  • Monaco
  • Montenegro
  • Mykonos
  • Portofino
  • Sardinia
  • St Tropez

Cruising Regions:

  • Mediterranean
  • Cannes
  • Corsica
  • French Riviera
  • Italian Riviera
  • Monaco
  • Portofino
  • Sardinia
  • St Tropez

OVERVIEW :

With her pelican beak bow and reverse sheer, ‘Quite Essential‘ clearly shows her Heesen pedigree. The owners, in collaboration with Dobroserdov Design, personally worked on the colour scheme, which features a combination of a custom metallic dark red Awlgrip paint that is combined with oyster white. The inspiration for the dark red tone is taken from Montemaggio Merlot and reflects another of the owner’s passions – fine Tuscan wines. The same colour scheme is repeated on the limousine tender, designed by Vripak and custom built in New Zealand by Vaudrey Miller.

The discreet luxury of Quite Essential’s interior was conceived by interior designer Ken Freivokh and further developed by Michela Reverberi, who was responsible for the detailing and interior decoration.

Quite Essential’s design offers some notably luxurious features, such as the largest owners’ stateroom seen on any of Heesen’s yachts, which has been a personal input of the owner. In size it is comparable to those found on yachts of over 80 metres, while she is also the first in the Heesen fleet to sport a tender bay that can be flooded to allow easy launching and recovery of the tenders, and a swimming pool on the main deck that is filled by a waterfall. The gym and spa facilities, including a steam room and a massage room, play a key role on the sun deck.

Amenities

Jacuzzi (on deck), Air Conditioning, Gym, Air Conditioning, WiFi connection on board, Deck Jacuzzi, Gym/exercise equipment, Stabilizers at Anchor, At anchor Stabilizers , Lift (Elevator)

Accommodation

With her pelican beak bow and reverse sheer, ‘Quite Essential‘ clearly shows her Heesen pedigree. The owners, in collaboration with Dobroserdov Design, personally worked on the colour scheme, which features a combination of a custom metallic dark red Awlgrip paint that is combined with oyster white. The inspiration for the dark red tone is taken from Montemaggio Merlot and reflects another of the owner’s passions – fine Tuscan wines. The same colour scheme is repeated on the limousine tender, designed by Vripak and custom built in New Zealand by Vaudrey Miller.

The discreet luxury of Quite Essential’s interior was conceived by interior designer Ken Freivokh and further developed by Michela Reverberi, who was responsible for the detailing and interior decoration.

Quite Essential’s design offers some notably luxurious features, such as the largest owners’ stateroom seen on any of Heesen’s yachts, which has been a personal input of the owner. In size it is comparable to those found on yachts of over 80 metres, while she is also the first in the Heesen fleet to sport a tender bay that can be flooded to allow easy launching and recovery of the tenders, and a swimming pool on the main deck that is filled by a waterfall. The gym and spa facilities, including a steam room and a massage room, play a key role on the sun deck.

Charter Quite Essential

Quite Essential is currently available for charter, to find out more about this superyacht please contact your preferred charter broker.

Luxury Charter yacht Quite Essential is a motor yacht, read our online guide for more information on motor yacht charter.

Special Features:

  • Pool with waterfall
  • Onboard professional masseuse
  • Hammam
  • NAIAD zero speed Stabilizers
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  • Guests 12
  • Cabins 6
  • Crew 13

SPECIFICATION

  • Length 180.45ft / 55m
  • BuilderHeesen
  • Exterior DesignerOmega Architects
  • Interior DesignKen Freivokh, Reverberi Design
  • Built | Refit2011
  • Model Custom
  • Beam 32.48ft /9.9m
  • Gross Tonnage 781 Tonnes
  • Draft9.84ft /3m
  • Cruising Speed 17 Knots
  • Top Speed 24 Knots

Amenities & Entertainment

For your relaxation and entertainment Quite Essential has the following facilities, for more details please speak to your yacht charter broker.