Athena, the fourth largest sailing yacht in the world, is now on the market through Burgess for US$53,000,000
Commissioned by an experienced yachtsman, this much admired 90-metre three-masted schooner combines the aesthetics of traditional design with modern technology.
Custom built by the world-class Dutch shipyard Royal Huisman, Athena was designed by the late Pieter Beelsnijder in association with the naval architecture talents of Gerard Dykstra & Partners.
Delivered in 2004, Athena completed a comprehensive refit in 2011.
LOA: 90m (295.3ft)
LWL: 60.5m (198.5ft)
Beam: 12.2m (40ft) including rub rail
Draft: 5.5m (18.1ft)
Builder/Year: Royal Huisman, The Netherlands, 2004 (extensive refit 2011)
Naval Architect: Pieter Beeldsnijder Design/Gerard Dykstra & Partners
Exterior Design: Pieter Beeldsnijder Design
Interior Design: Rebecca Bradley Interior Design
Construction: Aluminium hull and superstructure, Alustar masts and carbon fibre booms, teak laid decks
Classification: MCA and Lloyd’s X 100A1 SSC, Yacht (P) Mono, G6, LMC, UMS
Main Engines: 2 x 2,000hp Caterpillar diesels type 3516B (1,492kW) @1600rpm
Guest Accommodation: 10 guests in 5 cabins. Full beam master suite with en suite jacuzzi bathroom, study and walk-in wardrobe; 3 x en suite double guest cabins; 1 x en suite twin guest cabin
Crew Accommodation: 10 x crew cabins forward each with shower room