The superyacht Hayken was built as Monaco Wolf and was delivered by Heesen Yachts in 2014.
Hayken is a 50-meter semi-displacement yacht. She is built of aluminum and has a top speed of 23 knots. She is powered by 2 MTU engines.
Her interior design is done by Francesco Paszkowski. She can accommodate 12 guests in 6 staterooms and has a crew of 8.
The yacht’s owner was Isabel Dos Santos. She sold the yacht in 2020;.
Originally Named after Christian Candy’s daughters
The luxury yacht was built for Christian Candy, who named her Monaco Wolf, after his twin daughters Isabella Monaco Evanthia and Cayman Charles Wolf.
Christian and his brother previously owned the yacht Candyscape. Candyscape was sold and now named Sealyon.
Sold in 2016
The yacht Monaco Wolf was sold in 2016 (at EUR 29,5 million) and was named Hayken.
We were informed that Mrs. dos Santos and her husband Sindika Dokolo were the new owners of the yacht.
They previously owned two other yachts, both built by Heesen. The 44-meter Hayken, built in 2009 now named Irisha. And they owned the 37-meter Hayken, built in 2005, now named Li-lien.
Sold and Named Como
In 2020 the yacht was sold (again) to Neville Crichton, who named her Como.
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The boat is not available for yacht charter. But the yacht is listed for sale.
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