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Heesen Yachts has launched Project Pollux, the latest 55m superyacht to be built at the Dutch shipyard and the second in the class to sport a new layout. The superyacht has hit the water and is now preparing for sea trials in October.
Heesen has announced the latest delivery from its 55-metre Steel class, with YN 19055 Project Castor christened Solemates as she is introduced to the world. Solemates features an all-new layout, the first for her class, and an impressive volume of 760GT. She becomes the second Heesen superyacht to be delivered since the outbreak of Covid-19.
As the tide begins to turn in favour of superyacht brokerage, CRN has announced the signing of a contract for a new custom 52m full-aluminium yacht. The sale of CRN’s hull number 142 was brokered by Eduardo Cury, President of Miami Yacht Access, with the client represented by Antonello Vittorio Meloni, DIrector of the Luxury Assets Department of Finakey SA.
Heesen Yachts has announced the successful delivery of YN 19150 after rigorous sea trials in the North Sea. The 50 metre superyacht, formerly known as Project Electra, has now been named Amare II.
Heesen Yachts has recently released footage of its 50m hybrid Project Electra on sea trials in the North Sea.
49.80-metre Heesen superyacht Hayken is available for sale with SuperyachtsMonaco. A fusion of Dutch craftsmanship and Italian style, she presents an intriguing prospect on the brokerage market.
Dutch shipyard Heesen has unveiled the latest vessel in its 5000 aluminium FDHF class, Project Altea.
Heesen’s 50-metre M/Y Home offers a serenity on the water like no other. Designed, built and engineered to create a seamless experience, Heesen has curated a true harmony on the water through a multitude of creations that make staying onboard, a home away from home with a sustainable edge. What could be better?
Jonacor Marine recently announced a dramatic price drop in the sales listing of San Bernardo; a 44m classic Heesen 4400 Aluminium model in turnkey condition.
Heesen has announced the sale of 50m Hybrid superyacht Project Electra, the news coming shortly after its launch at the beginning of February. Electra is the second hull of the Dutch shipyard’s 5000 aluminium class following the build of Home in 2017.
In a great fortnight for new launches, Dutch shipyard Heesen have announced the launch of their second hybrid yacht in the 5000 aluminium FDHF class. The launch of YN 19150, or Project Electra, follows the industry accolades of motor yacht Home, an innovative and eco-friendly vessel known for its propulsion system and fast displacement hull design.
New details of a one-off 62m CRN construction, known only by its hull number 138, have come to light. The announcement is a sign that despite the withdrawal of its IPO in October the Ferretti Group continues to grow as market-leading shipbuilders.
From 30th October to 3rd November over 110,000 international visitors will flock to the 60th annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, browsing 6 miles of floating docks lined with more than 1,500 boats. With so much to see at exhibitions ranging from renowned shipyards to exotic cars, we pick out the unmissable superyachts on display at the show.
At the beginning of 2018 Heesen Yachts announced its 60m Project Falcon, the yard’s largest ever displacement yacht, with the keel laying held in September of the same year. Heesen has now confirmed that the hull and superstructure of Project Falcon have been joined, moving this exciting new build closer to her scheduled 2021 delivery.
Joined at the Breaking News Centre by Frank Laupman, CEO of Omega Architects, we discussed the defining projects at the monumental design firm, responsible for some of the most iconic ocean spectacles on the water...