Heesen Yachts announced that the hull and superstructure of the Project Ayla were joined together. The project is now one step closer to its completion. Project Ayla is a 50m semi-displacement yacht designed by Frank Laupman of Omega Architects.
Speed, range and stability are the main outstanding features on the superyacht’s performance. Her nightly efficient hull is currently one of the most advanced on the market. Project Ayla can reach an impressive speed of 23 kn, and a range of 3,200 nm at 11 knots.
At high speed or at anchor, Project Ayla offers an absolute comfort, thanks to her zero speed stabilisers. Accommodation is offered for up to 12 guests in six cabins. The full-beam master suite is on the main deck forward, and the guest cabins are located on the lower deck and are en-suite.
Interior possesses a contemporary minimalist New Deco style designed by Cristiano Gatto. Personalisation of the interior will be available upon clients request.
The sundeck of 70 sq m is a stunning outdoor area with a spa pool, sun pads and a wet bar. A dining table for 12 is also on the sundeck, while al fresco areas are also provided at the aft on the main deck.
Project Ayla will undergo sea trials in the North Sea and is scheduled for delivery in April 2018.