Heesen Yachts announced last week that their new superyacht Project Ruya had been given a new name and is now known as BookEnds. She was photographed together with superyacht Home, launched by Heesen just a few month ago.
BookEnds boasts sleek and elegant profile drawn by Omega Architects. Her interior is by Bannenberg and Rowell. Among her great features, there are an 85-sqm sundeck, large swim platform and a spacious garage for water toys and tenders. BookEnds was designed to accommodate 12 guests in 5 well-appointed staterooms.
Motor yacht Home is a slightly larger yacht that BookEnds, and measures 49.8 metres. She features the famous FDHF and a hybrid propulsion system, designed by Van Oossanen Naval Architects. Her beautiful exterior design is by Omega Architects, and the interior design is by Cristiano Gatto. Home is a family-friendly superyacht, which resembles a luxury beach villa style in terms of her layout. Her interior decor is minimalistic, with plenty of natural light and modern finishing, She can accommodate 12 guests in 6 cabins. Luxury motor yacht Home can reach a top speed of 15 knots and cruises comfortably at a speed of 12 knots.
Both superyachts are yet to be delivered to their owners. You can find out more about Heesen yachts here.