Heesen Yachts has announced that YN 16847, known as Project Margarita, was sold in late May to a  seafaring enthusiast who will use the boat for family cruising.

The yacht. designed by Frank Laupman, is the first of the newly styled vessels in the 47-metre class.

Her sky lounge features large windows in stretch across the entire length of the saloon creating a light and airy place for relaxation. The space is equipped with bar and a home cinema system.

With accommodation for 12 guests, the yacht’s master suite showcases a classic contemporary style. It comprises an en-suite bathroom with central bathtub and a myriad of marble vanity units, oak panelling, an Art Nouveau custom-created mosaic as the centre panel and a pale travertine marble floor. A large private study and walk-in wardrobe complete the Owner’s private suite.

On the lower deck, Project Margarita has two double and two twin suites decorated with walnut panels, deep ultra-soft wool carpets and silk textured wallpapers. All en-suite bathrooms have marble walls, limestone floors and contemporary polished steel fittings.

Zero speed stabilisers will ensure maximum comfort at anchor and the round bilge hull with bulbous bow, powered by two MTU 8V 4000 M63, provides smooth and safe cruising in all sea conditions and a range of 4.000nm at 12 knots.

Project Margarita will be delivered to her owners on 30th June 2014 after intensive sea trials in the North Sea for summer cruising in the Mediterranean. She will be available for inspection at the Monaco Yacht Show next September.