The design of yachts has evolved in the recent years to reduce the boundaries between the yacht and the sea. The idea is not transportation but to live on the sea and be as close to it as possible. Fold-out cockpit and side platforms for easy access to the sea are some of the innovative ways to bring you closer to the sea and enjoy it fully. Going yachting makes sense only if you can enjoy the sea. Otherwise you can always have a better organized party on the land.
Heesen Yacht has recently unveiled their latest offering which is a 65m Fast Displacement (FDHF) super yacht concept to create a “terrace on the sea.” The exterior of the yacht is designed by Omega Architects. It has six beautiful cabins for 12 guests and has facility for 13 crew members. The yacht features a 10sq meter side balcony, duplex beach club and 22 square meter swimming pool platform.
The aluminum hull and superstructure are designed by Van Oossanen and Heesen Yachts Naval Architects. The lower deck features a sauna, hammam, shower room, day head and a fully equipped bar. The swimming pool on top has a glass bottom that allows the natural light to shimmer through the water to the bar area beneath.