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Heesen Launches 123' "Seascape"

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  1. YachtForums

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    PRESS RELEASE
    Heesen’s First Launch of 2005

    Oss, Holland – Thom Conboy is pleased to announce the first Heesen motor yacht launch of the year.

    The 37 meter – 123’ Seascape was launched on January 7, 2005. This is the first of five scheduled launches for calendar year 2005 and the second vessel in the 3700 Series. Seascape is the sister to Lady Ingeborg which was launched in March 2004.

    All vessels are built to ABS/MCA specifications. Heesen continues to be the premier builder in aluminum motor yachts in the 30 meters (123’) to 50 meters (164’) range.

    For more information on Heesen Yachts, contact:

    Heesen Yachts
    1850 SE 17th Street, Suite 122
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
    954-522-2300
    www.heesenyachts.nl

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  2. Rover

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    Yep, that's correct.

    I've seen it make testruns at sea just outside the harbour of Stellendam ... and on the Haringvliet near Hellevoetsluis .. stayed overnight in Hellevoetsluis's harbour.
    (in The Netherlands that is)

    The ship does look absolutely luvly to be honnest.

    Hahaha ... it's so new that even them lampshades in the "livingroom" are still wrapped in plastic :D

    Cheers,
    Dennis (who just happened to fall into this forum google-ing for "Heesen Seascape")
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    Good Googling Dennis! Welcome aboard. :)
  4. Remy

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    Here is a pic of Seascape I've made a few days ago in Antibes (France).

    Sorry for the poor quality of the picture...

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  5. Rover

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    The sky on your picture looks much better then the last time I saw it :D
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    That's maybe why Seascape's owner has moved to that place :D
  7. Kevin

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    Those boats look so much better with the blue hull and windows. :)
  8. Remy

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    Definitely ! The blue color provides them a both class and sporty look that fits incredibly well with their design.

    I would even say that, with this color, Seascape looks smaller than she actually is, and looks like a big "Sport Yacht".
  9. Fred25

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    Hull No 4 of the 3700 series is being launched in September, apparently going over Atlantic on own bottom in November and then upto Ft Lauderdale....Sounds pretty cool
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    I might get beaten by all of you, but I really dislike the modern Heesen design.
    My biggest point of criticism is the bow and forward section. It is too high and it looks like a beards beak. Actually they look like a sports yacht that crashed into woody-woodpeckers rear-end.

    They have also passed the point of modesty and look like they are screaming for attention.
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    You will get no beating from me Björn :)

    Kelly Cook

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