Do you need to buy the 90m Athena? No problem, if you have 53 million dollars…

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.

Technical specifications

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

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