An all-aluminium superyacht, Hayken is the sixth hull to be delivered from Heesen’s proven 4400 Class platform. Her curvaceous exterior profile is the work of Frank Laupman of Omega Architects while Dutch firm Van Oossanen is credited for the naval architecture. The superyacht is ABS classed and MCA compliant, with a highly efficient hydrodynamic hull that enables her to reach a top speed of 23 knots with very remarkably reduced fuel consumption, benefitting both the environment and her owner’s pocket.
The interior layout and design have come from the pen of renowned Italian designer Francesco Paszkowski, enhanced by personalised finishing provided by British luxury property developers, Candy & Candy. The outcome is something truly classic and elegant, with a focus on teak, limestone and leather elements throughout. Her generous volume means that she can accommodate 12 guests in six luxurious cabins, including a full beam master and VIP cabin and 4 guest cabins all with ensuite bathrooms. Hayken also carries a 10 strong crew to attend to the guests’ every need and make every adventure a special one.
Currently stationed in the Italian commune of Loano, Hayken has a negotiable asking price of €29,000,000. While changes of superyacht ownership have been difficult in the last couple of months, Hayken has EU VAT Paid which means that a sale can be completed even under the current travel restrictions. Footage of the superyacht’s immaculate condition, as well as any other solicitation for information, can be made to SuperyachtsMonaco director Alex Banning.