Project Triton is a masterpiece afloat. Sporting elegant lines and a sumptuous interior, she’s perfect for an owner looking to set sail this summer.
Heesen Yachts and British design studio Reymond Langton, a pairing responsible for superyachts such as Omaha and Galvas, have joined forces once again to create a calm and contemporary interior for the Dutch yard’s latest launch.
At 50 metres, Project Triton has been designed to deliver the largest possible volume while remaining under 500GT. Interior designer Pascale Reymond offers a glimpse inside…
“I hate little spaces”, says Reymond. “I like it when the interior is continuous. It makes the yacht feel bigger and the design much more coherent.”
This is immediately evident inside Project Triton. Guests are welcomed by a peaceful, zen-like interior as soon as they step on board. A warm, neutral palette of taupe and walnut is punctuated with bursts of sea green and sky blue. Overhead, soft recessed lighting creates a calm and intimate atmosphere, perfect for unwinding after a day spent out on the water.
Triton’s simplicity is offset by accents of asymmetry, with dynamic curved and diagonal lines that form a contemporary, geometric theme throughout. Look closer and you’ll see a bronze lacquer inlay within the grooves, adding a chic yet subtle detail that draws the eye.
“You walk into a room, which is very minimalist, with straight horizontal lines on the walls and suddenly you’re met by this interesting pattern that’s totally asymmetrical. It’s the punch of design,” says Reymond.
The relaxed main saloon and dining area lead to an aft deck lounge through sliding doors, creating one continuous space, with large windows to allow guests to be better connected to the seascape. The result is the perfect balance between a sophisticated setting for entertaining and a peaceful retreat. On the lower deck, this feeling of space continues. Rather than squeezing in an additional guest cabin, the four-cabin layout creates a larger, more luxurious living quarters for friends and family staying on board.
With Triton, Reymond Langton also played with the idea of contrast, pairing light Tanganyika wood with dark American walnut panelling, while taupe velvet wool carpets are met by rich, chocolate flooring in the sky lounge and main saloon.
Loose furniture has been purposely chosen so that Triton’s owner is able to add their own touch to Reymond Langton’s exquisite interior.
Project Triton is currently preparing for sea trials and scheduled for delivery at the end of April 2020, just in time for the start of the summer cruising season. As the yacht approaches completion, she can be viewed in all her glory in Oss, the Netherlands.
For enquiries or further information call Mark Cavendish, Johan Kaasjager or Robert Drontmann on +31 412 665 544 or email firstname.lastname@example.org