Project Triton hit the water earlier this year and is the second in Heesen’s 50 metre Steel class following the launch of her sistership Omaha. Her curved lines come courtesy of Clifford Denn, taking design cues from classic cars, paired with an interior penned by Reymond Langton Design. Offered for sale with Heesen, Project Triton is awaiting a new owner in search of a pedigree motor yacht ready to sail away from the yard. Take a peek inside...
Gallery: Inside Heesen's 50 Metre Project Triton
The interior tour begins on the main deck aft. Project Triton features exterior design penned by Clifford Denn, which was inspired by classic automotive design.
The Main Saloon
The 50 metre Heesen superyacht Project Triton features contemporary interiors styled by Reymond Langton.
The Dining Area
The main saloon features a sitting area and main dining area forward fully equipped for 10 to 12 guests.
The Owner's Stateroom
Forward of the main deck sits the full beam master stateroom, complete with a study, dressing room and ensuite.
The Owner's Bathroom
The master ensuite features twin marble sinks and a marble shower.
Total accommodation on board Triton is for ten guests in five suites, with the four remaining guest cabins situated on the lower deck.
The upper deck skylounge sits below the 98-square-metre sun deck, which features a Jacuzzi, al fresco dining area and sun loungers.
The Beach Club
The elegant beach club, complete with a dedicated wellness area and bar, sits on the lower deck next to the water's edge.