Gallery: 7 photos of Seven Sins

An inside look at the superyacht "designed for charter," Heesen's Seven Sins.

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Chartering Seven Sins means you'll have access to a 21-foot, 260 hp, Castoldi jet-propulsion tender two SeaDoo Sparks, a Seabob F5 and much more.Courtesy Yachting Partners International

The 143-foot superyacht Seven Sins was launched by Heesen in 2005 and was last refitted in 2015. The tri-deck yacht has five rooms: a master suite, two VIP staterooms and two twin cabins and can also carry up to eight crew.

Her interior and exterior were designed by Omega Architects. With her 17,435-gallon fuel tanks she's built for the long haul with a range of 5,500 nm at a 12-knot cruising speed.

During her 2015 refit, her bow was extended by a sizable 8'2" feet.

She's currently available for charter with Yachting Partners International.

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In 2015, Seven Sins was refit with a bow extension of more than 8 feet.Courtesy Yachting Partners International
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Seven Sins has a sundeck aft that has a Jacuzzi and sunpads for lounging.Courtesy Yachting Partners International
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Seven Sins has alfresco dining on the aft deck with space for 12.Courtesy Yachting Partners International
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Seven Sins has a circular foredeck master suite.Courtesy Yachting Partners International
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The main salon bares exotic wood accents and contains a 60’’ plasma TV.Courtesy Yachting Partners International
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The main aft deck of Seven Sins has a panoramic view.Courtesy Yachting Partners International