Dutch shipyard Heesen has revealed interior images of its 50m/164ft superyacht PROJECT TRITON (a.k.aYN18850) at the shipyard’s first-ever ‘virtual breakfast’ online press conference to replace the usual physical event at the Monaco Yacht Show.
Select press partners were invited to join the private morning and afternoon zoom calls on Wednesday the 23rd of September, where Heesen CEO Arthur Brouwer and Chief Commercial Officer Mark Cavendish streamed live from the shipyard facilities in Oss.
The zoom call took virtual guests onboard M/Y PROJECT TRITON for the latest news from Heesen, insight into the global superyacht industry and a tour to preview her interiors.
M/Y PROJECT TRITON has exterior styling by Clifford Denn, and the interiors are by Reymond Langton Design. She accommodates up to 10 guests across five spacious and light en-suite cabins, and her transatlantic range of 3,800 nautical miles lets guests explore the most popular charter grounds at their leisure.