Sibelle Got A New Owner

After being listed for sale, the Superyacht Seville 44-meter by Heesen Yachts has been sold to a new owner recently.


The yacht was listed for sale along with SuperYachtsMonaco. The buyer was introduced by Burgess’s Broker Matt Pinckney. The yacht was listed for sale at €15,500,000.

In 4400 series of the shipyard, Heesen Yachts launched Sibelle in 2008. In 2008 the yacht was formally launched in the Oss celebration following sea final and final. After that it was passed to the owner. The material aluminum was used in the building of the hull of the motor yacht. Her superstructure above deck is built out of aluminum. The Sibelle was built for its previous owner of Li-Lien (Previously Seascape). The inspiration for the exterior and interior design of the yacht was taken by the Omega Architects. The Omega Architect joined the architect of the owner, Michael Labazov, on the interiors.

Sibelle is a motor yacht having the length of 44 meters 144 (ft). The yacht is made of aluminum and it was fully constructed at Heesen Yachts remain in the office of the Heesen yacht design team. In this yacht, 9 crew and 10 passengers can accommodate easily.

The M/Y Sibelle is the 4400 semi custom and it is third in the series by Heesen. The yacht has an aluminum hull that is semi displacement and superstructure. The yacht has the specialty that it can cruise at the speed of 25 knots and also it is comfortable in the sea. The presence of the state of the art stabilization system gives such quality to the yacht.

The yacht was the pride possession for its current owner and expectations of its new owner are also high with it. Now, time will tell how Sibelle will be possessed by its new owner.