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New Build: Heesen 70M Fast Displacement superyacht

Discussion in 'Heesen News & Launches' started by Yacht News, Dec 18, 2013.

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  1. Heesen 70-meter Fast Displacment superyacht

    Dutch yacht builder Heesen has formally announced the signing to build a 70-meter superyacht from the Fast Displacement line. Construction has already started with the keel laying done back in October. Design of the new 70-meter is by world renowned Espen Oeino with interior by Sinot Design. Hull number for this project is Y/N17470. Twelve guests will be accommodated in six staterooms. The large Owner’s suite, traditionally located forward on the main deck, will measure some 85 square meters and includes a generous dressing room, a spacious bathroom and a study. Four guest cabins will be located on the lower deck and a VIP cabin on the wheelhouse deck will boast stunning views. Her crew of 16 will be accommodated in 8 cabins all with private shower rooms.

    Some notable features include: a gigantic infinity pool on the main deck aft; a beach club with a large swimming platform aft and a port-side platform; and a luxury elevator in steel and glass that connects the three decks. The tender garage with gull-wing doors is positioned forward below the foredeck and a touch-and-go helipad will be located forward of the bridge. The sundeck offers flexible sunbathing and shaded areas – it will be partially covered and well protected with sliding doors forward and lateral retractable glass panels will offer shelter from the elements. The propulsion package provides for three main engines driving two wing propellers and a central booster water-jet giving a trial speed expected to be over 30-knots. YN 17470 will be fully LY3 compliant and delivery is expected for Spring, 2016.

    For more information:

    Rijnstraat 2, 5347 KL, Oss,
    The Netherlands
    Heesenyachts - Home

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