Heesen has announced its first sale of 2018, the 60m/197ft custom Fast Displacement superyacht known as PROJECT FALCON (HULL YN 19360) with exterior lines by Omega Architects, due for delivery in 2021.
Once completed, she will be the largest steel hull in the Heesen fleet and will exhibit the strong contemporary lines of Omega Architects, who integrated a bird’s wing shape across the main deck, bridge and sundeck while retaining the sleek dark appearance of her windows. Guests within her 1060 GT volume interiors receive excellent views and plenty of natural light from her floor-to-ceiling windows and reduced-height bulwarks.
The accommodation will sleep up to 16 guests over eight cabins: A Master suite and VIP stateroom on the bridge deck, a VIP stateroom on the main deck with an adjoining twin cabin, plus four twin cabins on the lower deck. A crew of 14 will take care of all guests by using separate staircases, allowing for greater guests privacy.
Luxury superyacht PROJECT FALCON uses a pair of MTU 12V4000 M65L diesel engines to reach a top speed if 17.5 knots and while cruising at 13 knots she has a range of 4,200 nautical miles. She will be built to meet Lloyd’s rules and regulations for the classification of Special Service Craft [+] 100A1 SSC Yacht G6, LMC, UMS and will feature a Fast Displacement Hull Form (FDHF).
Heesen had a record year in 2017, selling six contracts. The addition of PROJECT FALCON will further enhance the portfolio of the yard.