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And here she is in all her beauty during the sea trials! Project Triton, 50m Steel, is a true blue-water motor yacht with a top speed of 15 knots and a transatlantic range of 3,800 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 13 knots. Clifford Denn took elements of inspiration from classic automotive design. The traditional pelican beak bow with reverse sheer line is a classic Heesen motied, whereas they forward-leaning wheelhouse windscreens provides a rugged touch. The contemporary interior design is by Reymond Langton. Casual yet sophisticated, clean yet cozy, the interior makes use of contrasting colors and materials.
In a class of her own: YN 19550 Project Altea, the latest in Heesen’s 5000 Aluminium FDHF class We are pleased to introduce Project Altea, a 50m FDHF all aluminium motor yacht below 500GT and the second yacht built on the design and engineering platform of Nova Plus. Altea offers fast yet highly efficient performance thanks to her FDHF aluminium hull with a shallow draft of just 2.15 metres. Her contemporary exterior design, by Frank Laupman of Omega Architects, showcases a profile characterised by a long waterline and floor-to-ceiling windows. A gently reversed stem with spray rails gives her a distinctive look. Italian designer Cristiano Gatto created a tranquil and warm interior design, a crowd-pleasing décor that invites guests to relax and unwind after an active day at sea. Project Altea is on schedule and available for delivery in Spring 2021.
Home is all about fuel efficiency and comfort. Her lightweight aluminium hull form offers superlative performance and efficiency in a luxurious design package of under 500GT. Add a striking superstructure, vertical bow and spacious aft platform with a wide staircase leading to the main deck and we believe this yacht is a cut above others in her class. First impressions The exterior of Home is designed by Omega Architects and it’s our first yacht with hybrid propulsion. In this case ‘Hybrid’ means that the yacht can draw on two sources of power for propulsion: diesel mechanical and diesel electrical. Either or both sources can be used at the same time. This provides less noise and vibration, a more flexible power management which means better efficiency.