Project Triton shares a name with the Greek God of the sea – and with good reason. Her curvaceous lines, four beautifully appointed decks and a transoceanic range offer the perfect blend of practicality and luxurious detail. Currently in the final stages of construction, the 50 metre superyacht is set for delivery at the end of February in time for the start of the summer cruising season. Now offered for sale with Heesen, take a look on board the Dutch yard’s exquisite new launch…
Project Triton is the second in Heesen’s 50 metre Steel class following the launch of her sistership Omaha. Sporting curved and flowing lines penned by Clifford Denn, she takes design cues from classic cars for a bold and elegant profile with plenty of space to relax and entertain both inside and out.
At 50 metres, Project Triton has been designed to deliver the largest possible volume while remaining under 500GT. She can accommodate up to 10 guests in a full-beam owner’s suite and four capacious en suite cabins.
Naturally, the owner’s suite sits forward on the main deck and is accessed through a private office. Large windows to either side flood the space with natural light and offer sensational sea views to wake up to each day. Rather than squeezing in an additional guest cabin, Project Triton’s four-cabin layout on the lower deck allows for larger, more luxurious living quarters for friends and family staying on board.
Her interiors are crafted by British studio Reymond Langton and strike the perfect balance between a sophisticated setting for entertaining and a peaceful retreat. A warm, neutral palette of taupe and walnut features throughout with bursts of blues and greens, punctuated by contemporary geometric shapes.
The main saloon acts as the social centre of the yacht while the sky lounge is dedicated to relaxation. Soft lighting creates a calm and intimate atmosphere in which to unwind after a day spent out on the water.
Project Triton's outdoor areas are plentiful and perfect for an owner who enjoys seeking out warmer weather. A 68 square metre sun deck plays host to a raised Jacuzzi flanked by sun pads, with a bar and shaded dining area for long and lazy lunches al fresco. Meanwhile, the open aft deck lounge below is the perfect spot for morning coffees or sundowners.
Unlike its 47 metre predecessor, toys and tenders have been moved to the bow, freeing up space for a generous beach club aft where guests can enjoy a sauna, vast swim platform, and a bespoke blue marble sit-up bar for afternoon cocktails served right at the water’s edge.
Perfect for an owner looking to venture further afield, Project Triton is a true blue water motor yacht with a full-displacement steel hull and bulbous bow for efficiency and stability when underway. Power comes from twin MTU 8V4000 engines for a top speed of 15 knots and a transoceanic range of 3,800 nautical miles when pared back to a cruising speed of 13 knots.
Project Triton is currently preparing for sea trials and scheduled for delivery at the end of February 2020. As the yacht approaches completion, she can be viewed in all her glory in Oss, the Netherlands.
Project Triton is asking €33,900,000 and is offered for sale through Heesen.
For enquiries or further information call Mark Cavendish, Johan Kaasjager or Robert Drontmann on +31 412 665 544 or email email@example.com