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Charter HYPERION

Length

47.42

Cabins

3

Price

€90,300 per week

Year

1998/2015

 

Length overall47.42 m
Beam9.56 m
Draft4.7 m
EnginesMTU V12- 2000 M61 (New 2013)
Maximum speed (at half load)15.0 kn
Cruising speed (at half load)10.0 kn
Gross Tonnage305.0 GRT
Cabins3
Berths6
Building materialAluminium
Exterior styling & concept German Frers

 

LUXURY UNDER SAIL 

Sailing yacht Hyperion provides an intimate charter experience for up to six guests. Built by Royal Huisman, this charter yacht has a length of 47 meters (155' 6") and a beam of 9.5 meters (31' 4"). Due to this generous size and excellent proportions, Hyperion boasts ample deck space for relaxation, a large pilothouse and a luxuriously spacious modern salon. On board, guests dine on gourmet meals customized to suit their dietary requirements paired with wine stored in a 200-bottle temperature controlled wine cooler.

AWARD-WINNING STYLE AND PERFORMANCE

A year after her launch, Hyperion was awarded the prestigious Showboats International Award for ‘Best Sailing Yacht Over 38 Meters.’ Since then, Hyperion has continued to delight sailors and enchant guests with her modern technology, powerful performance and traditional elegance. A highly innovative yacht, Hyperion and her crew have competed in some of the world’s most prestigious superyacht races, winning the New Zealand's Superyacht Millennium Cup, the St. Barth’s Bucket 2009 and the Superyacht Cup in Palma 2008. On board Hyperion, Charter guests have the opportunity to enjoy the fusion of modern luxuries and high performance sailing to create a truly unique and unforgettable experience.

GROUND-BREAKING TECHNOLOGY

Hyperion was built by renowned yacht builder Royal Huisman in Holland and designed by German Frers. At the time of design and construction, she was the largest sloop ever built with her 59 meter carbon-fiber mast being the tallest.