Built in 2009, Hayken is one of the Heesen 4400 series that has been hugely popular since its launch. Her streamlined exterior and naval architecture are a joint product of Omega Architects and the Heesen Yachts design team.
Hayken has a aluminium hull and superstructure with a beam of 9m and a 2.5m draft. She complies with MCA and ABS standards and has cutting-edge navigation systems controlled from a control centre onboard. Twin MTU 16V 4000 M90 engines give her a speed of 25 knots.
A modern interior was designed by Omega Architects, who have used subtle lighting and fresh neutral tones to create an atmosphere of simple luxury. She has a spacious master cabin, with two further double guest cabins. A pair of twin cabins can each cater for an extra person in Pullman berths, taking the total number of owners/guests from 10 to 12. There is accommodation for nine crew to ensure a relaxed, luxury cruise.
Currently en route to the South of France, Hayken is asking €20.5 million, tax paid.