Lusine is one of the latest launches by Dutch shipyard Heesen, built with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure with exterior design by Omega Architects. At 60 metres in length, she is Heesen's largest steel superyacht to date and was picked up a Judges' Commendation in the Displacement Motor Yacht (500GT to 1,499GT) category at the 2023 World Superyacht Awards.
A 1,079GT interior by Sinot Design & Architecture can sleep up to 16 guests in eight ensuite cabins with an owner’s suite that looks aft over a private terrace on the upper deck, complete with a Jacuzzi, dining space and sun loungers. The remaining guest accommodation is comprised of four twins on the lower deck, an additional twin and full-beam VIP suite with a private lounge on the main deck, and a sun deck twin suite with a private terrace.
Sinot created a subtly cosmic-themed interior that pairs light and dark woods with parquet flooring and pops of blue. Sliding glass doors lead from the aft deck to the main saloon which is home to a formal dining area that seats 10 beneath a modern light fixture, lounge seating and a games table.
Other highlights include a touch-and-go helipad on the aft sun deck, an elevator serving all decks and a large foredeck sun lounge for guest enjoyment - and privacy - when in port.
Meanwhile, a tender garage forward offers stowage for a pair of tenders - including a large 8.2 metre tender - behind the main deck shell doors.
Power comes from twin 2,655hp MTU diesel engines delivering a top speed of 17.5 knots and a range of 4,200 nautical miles at 13 knots. She is built to Lloyd’s classification and is MCA compliant.
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