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Heesen launches 51m motor yacht My Sky

Heesen has announced that YN 16551, christened My Sky, was launched on January 31st at their facility in Oss.

My Sky is a 51m full-displacement long-range motor yacht of 660GT with a range of 5,400Nm at 10 knots. Her bold but sleek exterior is due to Frank Laupman of Omega Architects. Flush mounted tinted windows thermo bonded to the superstructure create a continuous wall of glass that gives this vessel a very distinctive look.

World-renowned architect Erick van Egeraat designed the ultra-contemporary interior, combining crisp white leather with dark high-gloss Makassar wood and natural stone inlays.

Accommodating 12 guests in five cabins, My Sky features a spacious full beam master suite on the main deck forward and boasts a large bathroom including a full natural stone clad steam shower and a spacious walk-in closet. The four guest cabins are located on the lower deck.

The main saloon aft, with its large circular dining, lounge and bar area, connects to the main deck aft. The upper deck lounge, with its 270-degree views and circular seating area, opens onto the aft terrace, accommodating a large dining table ideal for al fresco dining. Finally, there is a large sundeck with a Jacuzzi and sun-pads.

The touch-and-go helicopter pad turns into a large sun terrace, providing secluded lounging even when the boat is docked stern-to.

My Sky is due for delivery to her owners in November 2014 after intensive sea trials in the North Sea.

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