VIDA Heesen Yachts
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Motor Yacht VIDA (Project Antares, YN 18455) was built by Heesen Yachts and represents 55m/180ft fast displacement vessel designed by Omega Architects. She was launched in 2019 boasting masculine and sharp exterior look. Her interior design is a work of Francesco Paszkowski in collaboration with Margherita Casprini, and features contemporary and sophisticated style. VIDA sleeps 12 guests in 6 luxurious cabins.
NOTABLE FEATURES OF VIDA: ~Mothership to Owner's sportfishing fleet ~First Heesen superyacht to comply with new IMO Tier III regulations ~Abundance of indoor/outdoor lounging and dining options ~Sensational and complex modern interiors ~Master suite measuring 80m²/861ft² ~100m²/1076ft² sundeck ~Top quality materials including Travertino and Calacatta marbles and Alpilignum teak for interiors ~Air conditioning ~Wi-Fi
Video of VIDA leaving shed to get ready for sea trials
The generous lower deck swim platform connects through to the large beach club to make a sunbathing and lounging area close to the water.
The spacious 100m²/1076ft² sundeck has ample room for a pool and its scintillating waterfall feature, and a fully-equipped bar will keep guests refreshed throughout the day and into the evening when the hardtop roof lights glow like stars and the swimming pool LED lights further enhance the ambience.
The interiors from B Design are modern, sophisticated and complex, implementing fumé mirror and lacquered wood to create a visually impressive and intricate design. Modern comforts can be found throughout, from the plush sofas and cutting-edge entertainment systems in the shared guest areas to sumptuous beds and en-suite amenities in private quarters.
The lower deck hosts the crew accommodation in addition to five of the six guest cabins, and to the stern, there is a spacious modern beach club measuring 80m²/861ft² that contains a fully-equipped gymnasium.
On the main deck, the Master suite takes up the forward section with the galley and main foyer behind. The signature staircase uses backlit ivory onyx in its floating steps, while fumé mirror enhances the optical illusion. The main salon to the aft features more backlit ivory onyx in the arch frames near the aft entrance. These are used as a display wine cellar for 21 bottles on each side for an impressive visitor entrance to VIDA's interiors.
|L.O.A.:||55.0m (180' 5")|
|Max Speed:||16.4 knots|
|Engines:||MTU 8V4000 M63|
|Cruise Speed:||13 knots|
|More Yacht Info:||family friendly yachts|
|Builder/Designer:||Omega Architects, Margherita Casprini, Heesen Yachts, Francesco Paszkowski|
A pair of MTU 8V4000 M63 diesel engines produce a top speed of 16.4 knots, and a cruising speed of 13 knots with a range of 4,500 nautical miles.
The accommodation sleeps a maximum of 12 guests across 6 well-appointed en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite, 1 VIP stateroom, 2 double cabins and 2 twin cabins. ~ The Master suite is placed on the main deck forward and provides a private area of 80m²/861ft². ~ The crew of 13 will provide the first-class service while cruising and throughout any special occasion on board.
Amenities and Extras
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"When you do a creative job, intuition is most important. Good ideas can be inspired anytime from very different sources. Trying to design the most beautiful boat ever and make your customer happy to own her, means every boat becomes special for a designer. however, according to every designer’s opinion, the most beautiful boat is always the next one you’re going to design!" - Francesco Paszkowski