59.10m 194 ft | 2001 / 2018 | 12 Guests | 7 Cabins | 16 Crew
Inspired by the sun god of Greek mythology, HELIOS fittingly boasts wonderfully expansive deck areas designed for soaking up the sunshine in style.
The focal point outside is unquestionably her glorious sundeck, where guests can enjoy a dip in the Jacuzzi whilst enjoying a cocktail from the nearby bar, before retiring to the sunpads or lounge. Shaded al fresco dining facilities, lots of deep, plush seating areas and a large beach club create so many places to unwind and connect with the seascape around you.
Across HELIOS’ seven cabin interior, charming shades of gold and beige combine with sophisticated light wood panelling to provide a relaxing retreat, with bold, exquisite modern artworks adding lively splashes of colour. Her full-beam master suite must rank as one of the finest afloat, complete with a study, his and hers walk-in wardrobes, heated marble floors, and plasma television in both the bedroom and bathroom area. Entertainment systems feature throughout all her cabins, comprising of four double cabins and a twin cabin.
Fully-equipped bars are found in both her main and upper salons, with a gym (complete with treadmill, cross trainer and weights) and a drop-down projector on hand for movie nights. Whatever you want, HELIOS is the perfect private retreat.
AT A GLANCE
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|Length||59.10m 194 ft|
|Beam||10.50m 34 ft|
|Draft||3.64m 12 ft|
|Exterior designer||The A Group|
|interior designer||Hallberg Wisely|
|Year||2001 | 2018 REFITTED|
|Construction||Steel + Aluminium|
|Engines||2 x Caterpillar (1,640HP)|
|Cruising speed||13 Knots|
|Low Rate||from €EUR350,000 per week / $390,000|
|High Rate||from EUR€350,000 per week / $390,000|
|Low Rate||from $USD350,000 per week|
|High Rate||from USD$400,000 per week|
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