BOOK ENDS Heesen Yachts
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Luxury yacht BOOK ENDS (ex.PROJECT RUYA, HULL YN 17947) is a 47m/154ft steel hull with an aluminum superstructure built by Heesen and launched in 2017. Omega Architects created her exterior profile and naval architecture, while Bannenberg & Rowell Design were responsible for her beautiful interiors with handcrafted living areas from Heesen. The accommodation is designed to sleep up to 12 guests across five cabins.
NOTABLE FEATURES: ~Large Jacuzzi ~Gorgeous interiors from renowned designers ~Cutting-edge entertainment systems ~Sizeable swim platform ~Air conditioning ~Wi-fi
The main deck aft is a large outdoor area fitted with a sofa and table for informal relaxation and meals. Two staircases connect down to the lower deck where the transom folds out to make a large swim platform and a place to sunbathe close to the water.
The upper deck is sheltered by the sundeck overhang and guests can dine alfresco while enjoying the stunning views. On the bow, there is an additional sofa that takes in panoramic forward views and offers an excellent opportunity to sunbathe.
On the sundeck, there is plenty of room for all-day outdoor lounging with seating fitted along the stern and the central area containing a lounge and bar shaded by the hardtop. On the sundeck forward, a beautiful Jacuzzi overlooks the bow, and soft sun pads allow guests to dry off and nap in the warm weather.
The main salon uses an open-plan layout for social gatherings, placing the plush contemporary lounge aft where neutral tones and strong clean lines create a relaxing environment. Forward, the formal dining area is a sophisticated setting where the dark glossy table reflects the beautifully crafted golden light fitting.
BOOK ENDS Specifications
|Max Speed:||15 knots|
|Engines:||2 x MTU 8V 4000 diesels|
|Cruise Speed:||12 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Omega Architects, Heesen Yachts, Heesen, Bannenberg Design, Bannenberg And Rowell Design, Bannenberg & Rowell, Bannenberg|
|Locations:||French Polynesia , Cannes, Luxury Yachts At Events, THE MEDITERRANEAN, St Tropez, Monaco, Bay of Islands, THE SOUTH PACIFIC|
The glamorous skylounge is perfect for any social occasion, day or night: Following on the theme from the main salon, the interior has plenty of plush sofas and armchairs and a state-of-the-art entertainment system. The games table and bar will enhance the occasion, and wide sliding doors open out to the fresh air and the expansive main deck aft.
Twin MTU 8V 4000 M63 engines allow for a top speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 12 knots with a maximum range of 4,000 nautical miles.
RUYA by Heesen Yachts provides deluxe accommodation to up to 12 guests in 5 well appointed staterooms. These include a main deck master suite with a study and bathroom, as well as two twins each with a Pullman fold down bed and two doubles, all with en-suite bathrooms and positioned on the lower deck.
Amenities and Extras
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'...total originality in yacht design has become more difficult to attain following Jon Bannenberg’s masterful levels of creative daring.' - “I don’t want to lead everything back to my dad — but it’s well known and accepted that, whether it’s his big round windows, or certain lines, or a way of treating wings on a superstructure, they all inspired many people and I think that’s fair game. I think all people’s design processes, whether subliminal or not, are recalling something — whether it’s something that’s stirred, or triggered something, or sparked an idea, or an unintentional homage to someone.” - Dickie Bannenberg talks of yacht design and his father Jon Bannenberg's groundbreaking work.