Heesen has announced it has sold a 59 metre fully-custom superyacht at the Monaco Yacht Show.
The all-aluminium yacht known as Project Skyfall is set for a spring 2023 delivery.
Equipped with a propulsion package totalling 22,000 horsepower and four water jets, Project Skyfall will be Heesen’s most powerful project to date, with a top speed of 37 knots in light load conditions.
Exterior design comes courtesy of Omega Architects, which was specifically chosen by the owner. One key feature is the fishing cockpit, which will sit at the stern. Heesen described the owner as “a keen angler”.
The yard also revealed that Project Skyfall will be adorned with “an aggressive paint scheme” to highlight the yacht’s speed and power.
The 900GT interior will include accommodation for 10 guests in four suites on the lower deck. The bridge deck meanwhile has been reserved for the owner’s accommodation. This comprises a large aft facing suite, which opens onto a private terrace equipped with a whirlpool and relaxation seating areas.
On the main deck, there is a dining table large enough to seat 12 guests, a “conversation area” and a further dining area on the aft deck. Large sliding doors connect the outdoors with the indoor seating area and bar. A media room, complete with a cinema and games table, sits forward.
A wide range of tenders and toys will be stored on the foredeck while the lazarette will be a dedicated beach club and wellness area.
Heesen currently has 12 yachts under construction with deliveries scheduled through to 2023. These include the 60 metre Project Falcon and 80 metre Project Cosmos, which are due for delivery in 2021 and 2022 respectively.