What you’re admiring right now is a luxurious full-displacement superyacht that could easily be mistaken for a sports vessel thanks to its aggressive yet elegant exterior design. Dubbed Ann G, this fabulous yacht was built in The Netherlands by a shipyard named Heesen, and it measures 164 feet in length. It is powered by a pair of MTU M63 diesel engines, and it can reach a top speed of 15.6 knots.
Its exterior was sketched out by Clifford Denn, while its interiors were envisioned by an English company named Reymond Langton. Te owner wanted his yacht to give off a feeling of lavishness, extravagance and fine taste, which is why the London-based designers made extensive use of high quality materials such as white onyx, leather, Makassar ebony and stainless steel. The main salon is perhaps one of the most impressive social areas, as it boasts a superb dining area and a bar.
Accommodations comprise four guest cabins as well as a stunning owner’s suite that was inserted on the main deck. The suite includes his and hers dressing rooms, an office and a spacious bathroom with geometric stone artwork.