Quite Essential is head turning luxury charter yacht, built to according ABS class requirements and fully MCA compliant. She was built by the Netherlands based shipyard Heesen Yachts and launched in 2011, as Quinta Essentia, thereafter she was renamed Quite Essential by her owner. In House Hessen engineers and Van Oossanen Associates were in charge for the naval architecture and the exterior elegant lines were responsibility of Omega Architects and Dobroserdov Design, while her fantastic interior is designed by the Ken Freivokh and Michela Reverberi, who was responsible for the detailing and interior decorations.
Quite Essential’s fantastic interior and spacious decks give maximum enjoyment and comfort and all together makes her perfect choice for family or corporate charter yacht, cause she offers really a lot to guests: salon on the main deck, sky-lounge or upper salon equipped with piano and cinema, outdoor bar, AL-fresco tables and lounge areas, elevator, spa pool aft on her main deck, large sundeck equipped with Jacuzzi where guests can enjoy in spectacular panoramic views and intimacy, fully geared GYM, steam room, massage room… Quite Essential was the finalist of the 2012 Show Boats International Award for; the Best Three-deck Semi-displacement or Planning Motor Yacht, Showboats Design Awards 2012 for Exterior Design & Styling Award and the Interior award.
Quite Essential accommodates up to twelve guests in five double and one twin stateroom. Full beam Master stateroom is situated on the main deck level and features: large king size bed, large en-suite baths, a lounge area, walk-in wardrobes, study room or office and the private balcony. VIP and three double cabins and one twin cabin are located on lower deck and all are with en-suite baths.
Upper and main salon, staterooms, including deck areas, are equipped with latest state-of the-art Audio Visual Gear and communication equipment: Kaleidoscape audio and video on demand system controllable by Creston processors and operated with iPads, cinema, flat TV’s in the staterooms, iPod docking stations, Wi-Fi internet….. Being largest superyacht launched by Heesen Yachts so far, Quite Essential is powered by twin MTU 20V 4000 M93L engines, developing staggering 5848 BHP and reaches max speed of 24.0 Knots with usual cruising speed of 17.0 knots, however if she cruise at 12.0 Knots she has range of 5.000 Nautical Miles from her 147.000 Liters fuel tanks.
Quite Essential offers an array sea waters toys and two tenders to her guests and she is manned by a professional maritime crew of 13. Your job is to relax and enjoy your stay aboard while pampered by her crew. Captain and his crew make sure that you and your charter party enjoy in unique and memorable charter experience in Mediterranean Sea.
Quite Essential super yacht home port is Monaco however; she can be hired from the other destinations in Mediterranean Sea: Italian and French Riviera, Corsica, Sardinia, Greece.
LOA: 55.00m (180’45 ft)
Beam: 9.40m (30’84 ft)
Draft: 3.00m (9’84 ft)
Flag: Cayman Islands
Shipyard/Builder: Heesen Yachts
Naval Architect: Van Oossanen Associates – Heesen
Exterior Design: Omega Architects/Dobroserdov Design
Interior Design: Ken Freivokh/Michela Reverberi
Type: Semi-Displacement Motor Yacht
GT: 781 T
Classification Society: Lloyds
MCA Compliant: Yes
Hull Material: Aluminum
Engines: 2 x MTU 20V 4000 M93L – 5848 BHP
Generators: 2 x Kilopak 175 kW +
1 x Kilopak Emergency Generator – 85 kW
Fuel Consumption: 900 Liters/Hr
Fuel capacity: 147.000 liters
Fresh-water capacity: 30.000 liters + Water makers
Bow thruster: Yes
Air Condition: Entire Yacht with Individual Cabins Controls
Stabilization: Naiad zero speed
Top Speed: 24.0 Knots
Cruise Speed: 17.0 Knots
Range: 4.500 (@ 12.0 Knots of cruise speed) Nautical Miles
Cabins: 6 (5 x double + 1 x twin cabin)
Tenders and Toys:
1 x Vaudrey Miller 7.50m Custom Tender
1 x Castoldi 5.49m Rescue Boat with Jet Drive
1 x Yamaha FX- SHO-CR Wave runner’s
1 x Yamaha SJ700 Jet-Ski Stand-up
2 x Sea Bob’s
2 x Inflatable canoes
2 x Inflatable stand up paddle boards
Extensive GYM gear
Charter price per week
Charter price per week
Yacht details are displayed in good faith and believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Details to be confirmed by our Yacht Charter Specialists during booking process.
All information are subject to change without notice. Yacht charter prices are for a one-week charter or per day. Exact pricing and/ or any other detail will be confirmed in charter contract.
Any applicable taxes are extra.
We use MYBA ( The Worldwide Yachting Association) agreement that is produced to standardize charter terms and protect the Charterer ( You) , the Owner, and the Agent/Broker.
It has standard protections and escalation clauses in case any problems arise.
Once you have signed a MYBA charter contract, you are obligated to pay the entire charter regardless you actually board the yacht.
In exceptional cases, you may be able to cancel, but monies will be refunded only if the yacht can be chartered to another client, therefore many we suggest purchase of insurance against cancellation.
Charter fee is paid in two rates ; 50% of charter fee when the charter contract is signed and 50 % 4 weeks before charter commencement. Extra expenses are charged with Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA). APA is usually 25 % to 30 % of total charter fee and also depending on your itinerary, food, beverages etc. Captain will keep accurate records of funds spent during your charter and at the end of the charter, you will be refunded the difference, or you will be asked to pay more during the cruise if further running costs are incurred.