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New Sale: Heesen 50M 'Project Ventura' superyacht

Discussion in 'Heesen News & Launches' started by Yacht News, Jan 6, 2012.

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  1. New Heesen 50-meter 'Project Ventura' superyacht sold

    YN 16050 at Heesen has been sold, she is the third hull in the 50-meter all-aluminum class of yachts by the Dutch builder. The vessel is Project Ventura and is already in construction. It is this very fact that stood out to the owner by acquiring a yacht that is already in-build without having long wait times.

    Frank Laupman of Omega Architects is on the exterior design while Heesen in association with Van Oossanen Associates has worked with all things Naval Architecture. The new owner with their inputs in conjunction with well-noted Italian designer Francesco Paszkowski are responsible for the interior design on Project Ventura.

    The basis for the interior is pinned on two contrasting tones from woods. A dark polished ebony make up the parquet floors as well as furniture while a whitened oak provides the contrast on panelling. This is all part of the minimal interior concept by Paszkowski and the owner.

    Twelve guests can be slept onboard the 50-meter superyacht in six cabins. The arrangement of these cabins are spread between the decks with the majority on the lower deck. VIP, two doubles and a twin are on the lower deck, the other two rooms are master staterooms, yes two master bedrooms. A similar design continues in these cabins with the dark ebony on whitened oak theme.

    Project Ventura will be run by twin MTU engines with a top speed of 23-knots and have a range that is over 3,000 nautical miles at 12-knots. The Ventura project (YN 16050) is expected to be delivered in the Spring of 2013.

    For more information:

    Heesen Yachts
    Rijnstraat 2
    5347 KL Oss

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