Length 40m (132ft)
Builder Royal Huisman
Built/Refit 1996 / 2006
Guests 10 in 3 cabins
ANAKENA is a 40m sailing yacht built by the Royal Huisman shipyard in 1996.
She was built for a very experienced sailing yacht Owner and provides the perfect combination of on-land living experience with the on-the-water lifestyle.

Double winner at the International Superyacht Society Awards 1997 ceremony, ANAKENA is truly unique.
Awarded "Best Sailing Yacht Over 36M" and "Best Sail Interior", she is a part of yachting history.

Built to be autonomous for long stretches at sea, ANAKENA ensures maximum comfort with her voluminous interior, beautifully crafted in teak.

ANAKENA benefits from a reinforced hull for ice cruising (not Ice Class).
In need of some upgrades, her Owners are keen to receive offers.

Special features

  • Built by the most bespoke Dutch shipyard, Royal Huisman.
  • Single-Owner yacht
  • Reinforced hull for Ice Cruising (Not Ice Class).
  • Twin engines.
  • Furling booms.
  • Large cooling capacities.
  • Maintenance and repairs carefully documented.
  • Large amount of spare parts onboard

Specification ANAKENA


Guests 10
Staterooms 3
Crew 6

Construction & Design

Built / Refit 1996 / 2006
Builder Royal Huisman
Exterior Designer Ted Hood Design
Interior Designer John Munford Design

Dimensions & Materials

Length 40.28m (132'02")
Beam 8.82m (28'11")
Draft 6.94m (22'09")
Gross Tonnage 213 GT
Hull Material Aluminum

Performance & Engines

Cruising speed 13 Knots
Max speed 14 Knots
Cruise range 500 nm
Range 5,000 nm
Engines 2 x MTU (570 hp)
2 x Northern Lights (50kW)

Class & Flag

Flag Cayman Islands
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Deck Plans ANAKENA