Heesen 50m steel is a series of Superyacht 164ft/49.9m superyachts built in
in Netherlands by Heesen.
3 Heesen 50m steel yachts were delivered so far, with the first of these series, motor yacht SKY YN 14750 in 2010, followed by 2020 Triton YN 18850, 2018 Omaha Maia YN 18350.
Created to a design of Clifford Denn design, 50m steel has a Displacement Steel hull and Aluminium superstructure driven by 2 x MTU 8V 4000 M63 engines to a maximum speed of 15 knots while comfortably cruising at 13 knots. The fuel tank has a capacity of 60000l/13187gal what allows a yacht to cover 3800 nautical miles without the need to refuel. Heesen 50m steel has a beam of 9.0m/30ft. The gross tonnage of this Superyacht Heesen is 499 gross tons. That shows exactly how much interior space this yacht has.
Heesen 50m steel can accommodate up to 10-12 people in 5 elegant staterooms to be assisted by a total of 9 crew members with 5 cabins for crew members.
Heesen 50 metre project ‘Triton’ is a displacement yacht that combines timeless elegance with the refinement and speed to travel the oceans and reach new horizons. Heesen 50 M Steel is a proven platform; with several sister ships built on the same technological solution. This time Heesen decided to make this 50 Meter to look different, 50 meter ’Triton’ was designed by world’s renowned superyacht designer Clifford Denn, who made the largest volume but kept the yacht under the 500GT. Heesen 50 M is a true blue-water motor yacht, featuring a displacement steel hull designed by Heesen’s in-house team of naval architects and engineers. Its cutting-edge design features a bulbous bow which allows her to glide through the water with ease.
Two MTU 8V4000 M63 engines provide a max speed of 15 knots. Heesen 50 Metre Steel superyacht boasts a range of 3,800 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 13 knots what is more than enough to cross Atlantic ocean. Working with Heesen, Clifford Denn took inspiration from classic automobile design creating this outstanding yacht. Heesen 50 M’s pelican bow with a reversed sheer line is incorporated into her profile, while a military-style wheelhouse shows how serious this machine is. Another big name in superyacht design worked on the interior of Heesen 50 -Reymond Langton. Thus, this Heesen yacht has a timeless appeal with modern furniture and art pieces, underpinned by LED lighting in all living areas. Fendi tables sit alongside unique resin wall panels crafted by Officina Coppola, whilst acrylic glass panels with metallic accents draw the eye. Floor-to-ceiling windows and glass panel doors ensure bright and clear spaces, creating the ideal indoor/outdoor flow.
The main saloon is a sophisticated yet casual affair. Reymond Langton has played with contrasting materials for a striking setting, exploiting light Tanganyika veneer on the walls and dark walnut flooring. It centres a comfortable seating arrangement for friends and family around a bespoke coffee table. The owner’s stateroom on the main deck has a private study with the desk that leads to the spacious full-beam bedroom. Large windows flood the area with natural light while panoramic views provide a perfect setting in which to wake and greet the day. The four lower deck guest suites are bright and supremely comfortable. Taupe and dark Carvalho furniture complement the warm colour scheme of the yacht, offering an inviting retreat. Clifford Denn moved two tenders to the bow what creates space for a huge beach club. It features the stunning bar, a sauna, a comfortable seating area and a vast swim platform. Heesen 50 metre project ‘Triton’ is offered for sale now through Romeo United Yachts and will be delivered on February 2020, which is perfect for upcoming yachting season.