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Heesen sells first yacht of the year

Caption: The "Jade" Heesen yacht project

The Dutch shipyard Heesen Yachts is pleased to announce the successful sale of its first yacht this year.

Project “Jade”, with the construction number YN 20.350, is a 50 m long fast cruiser and is an all-aluminum yacht[ds_preview].

The “Jade” project offers space for twelve guests in five cabins, including an owner’s suite on the main deck in the forward area. The remaining guest cabins, two double cabins and two twin cabins are located on the lower deck. There is room for nine crew members on board.

With a top speed of 23 knots, “Jade” has a highly efficient hull design, carefully designed and constructed by Heesen’s in-house naval architects. According to the shipyard, this efficiency is not just about speed but also about creating a seamless, comfortable experience for everyone on board. In addition to the design and performance features, Project “Jade” is also IMO III compliant, reflecting Heesen’s commitment to meeting the highest international safety and environmental standards.

Heesen looks forward to commissioning

As Project “Jade” approaches its launch date, Heesen says it is looking forward to commissioning the systems and rigorous testing in the North Sea before the yacht is delivered to her new owners in the second quarter of 2024. In these challenging times, the sale of Project “Jade” is a positive sign for the industry and underlines Heesen’s strength as a leader in the luxury yacht market, according to the shipyard.

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