The ides of March witnessed latest super yacht launch from Heesen
Maia hits Dutch waters
Stretching up to 50m in length, YN 18350 or better known as Project Maia hit the Dutch waters for the first time. The 15th of March laid witness to this latest super yacht launch which has been beautifully carved out by the proficient hands of Clifford Denn.
Design talks –
Denn’s love for automobile design reflects through the classic and contemporary touch to its exterior lines that transcends from Maia’s main deck aft. Appreciation goes to the traditional Pelicon bow; which is precisely integrated into the curvilinear mast to give a sporty yet timeless look to this Heesen yacht.
The alfresco is proficiently designed to exploit the poise between Maia’s interior and exterior cosmoses. As a result, 250 square meters of deck space is made available to the travelers of this magnificent vessel.
In the words of Hessen’s CEO “Denn has made us extremely proud and pleased by creating something bracingly new, preserving the heritage and legacy of Heesen designs.”
Interior glimpses –
Interiors of this exotic aqua beauty have come from the artifacts of the iconic Reymond Langton design. Accommodation comes in the form of 5 lavishly furnished staterooms that can encompass up to 10 guests. The main deck of this latest super yacht adorns its master suit which has its private terrace.
Interior furnishing includes maple wood flooring of premium quality that encompasses the deck as well as its private terrace.
Engine specs –
This Heesen yacht will come to life with a couple of MTU 1,341 HP engines. 15 knots is its top speed with a cruising range of 3,800 nautical miles if one steers it at 12 knots. Fuel consumption rates see stark difference; stands at 95 L/h at 10 knots while 390 L/h at 15 knots.
Heesen’s latest super yacht will soon open its doors to the masses. Although currently not available for sale, such prospect may emerge as well very shortly.