Featuring a timeless exterior and sophisticated interior design both by Terence Disdale, the 684 GT Hanikon offers her Owner an ultra-luxurious base for on the water adventures.
Across the superyacht, 12 guests can be accommodated in 6 opulent cabins, with further quarters for up to 12 crew members to attend to the guests’ every need. The Owner benefits from their own suite on the main deck, with a lounge/study area, king-size bed, a full beam stateroom with a walk-through dressing room and his & hers ensuite bathroom.
The other guest accommodation is made up of 2 double cabins and 2 twin cabins, both on the lower deck, as well as a convertible massage room on the main deck, which turns into a further double cabin with a pulldown double bed.
The double cabins both boast a UK king-size bed, vanity desk and TV, along with ensuite bathrooms. The twin rooms also come with vanity desk and TV, with an ensuite shower.
Guests onboard Hanikon are able to indulge in the many inviting social areas throughout the superyacht. The open sundeck has a large relaxing seating area forward, which can be converted into a sunpad area, directly forward of the large oval jacuzzi. Directly behind the jacuzzi is a bar area, while a further 2 seating areas are available in the shade with coffee tables and dining facilities.
One exciting new feature added in the 2017 refit was an outdoor cinema on the sundeck, while new soft furnishings an updated audio/visual system were also installed.
A large oval dining table on the bridge deck aft seats 16 people, though it can also be converted into a smaller, circular table to accommodate fewer people more comfortably. Elsewhere on the bridge deck is a salon with an open bar and corner seating area.
Unusually on Hanikon, the dining table is to the aft of the main deck salon area with a square table for 8, which can be converted to a rectangular table for a larger group. The lounge is therefore situated forward with seating of a large bed-type sofa for watching movies.
The swim platform lower deck aft ensures that guests can easily spend time close to the water, with a large garage storing an enticing arsenal of jetskis and water toys, including a large slide.
This joint listing between Cecil Wright and IYC is certainly one of the most intriguing propositions on the market, a statement of class built by prestigious industry names in Feadship, Terence Disdale, and De Voogt Naval Architects.