Heesen has offered a first look inside its 67-metre superyacht Sparta in anticipation of her delivery. Sparta is the shipyard’s largest steel construction to date and is currently listed for sale with Arcon Yachts.

Both Sparta’s interiors and exterior are owed to Winch Design. The British studio has opted for a sporty, low-profile exterior, featuring a reverse bow and a mix of “Venetian red” and metallic grey accents. Meanwhile, the interior sees each deck themed in rising elements of earth, water and air to an owner’s brief of “playfulness, activities and surprise”. A deeper dive into Sparta‘s interiors, with a full range of imagery, is now available exclusively to BOAT International.

Refuting the high-gloss finishes seen on other yachts, her interior colour scheme is suffused by light timbers, bronze accents and almond golds. The result is a contemporary, welcoming and fluid yacht unified by her elemental theme. As well as embracing the different elements, the yacht also follows themes of togetherness and family living, with an open-plan layout that aims to accommodate this.

Sparta‘s layout revolves around a pair of owner’s suites situated on the bridge deck with access to a dining and al fresco area. There are a further four cabins on the main deck for a total of 12 guests (plus two) and 15 crew. Representing the air element is the 56-square-metre master cabin aft, with a sky-blue palette, mother-of-pearl inlays and an abstract patterned carpet crafted by Tai Ping. The private owners’ deck aft is accessed by sliding doors