BY APB Staff on 25 Sep 2019

The all-aluminium 59m motoryacht features an aggressive paint scheme exuding speed and power, and a fishing cockpit for the owner

Monaco Yacht Show (September 25-28) kicked off the boat show season for Heesen Yachts with with the sale of its most powerful project to date – the fully custom 59m Project SkyFall (YN 19959).

Heesen Announces Sale Of Project Skyfall
(Image: Heesen Yachts)

SkyFall will come with 22,000 horsepower, feeding four water jets that will drive it at 37 knots in light load conditions – an impressive feat, particularly when considering the significant 900GT volume. The fast-displacement, all-aluminium motoryacht is set for delivery in spring 2023.

The owner appointed Omega Architects to design the striking profile of his yacht. SkyFall exudes power and speed in every single detail. The exterior design includes a fishing cockpit located at the stern for its owner, who is a keen angler. The aggressive paint scheme serves to further highlight its speed and power, characteristics that make this project so unique.

SkyFall’s layout is tailored to perfectly suit the lifestyle of its discerning owner. Ten guests will be accommodated in four suites on the lower deck, while the owner has reserved for himself the bridge deck aft as the owner’s deck. A large suite facing aft opens on the private terrace equipped with a whirlpool and seating area ideal for relaxation. The main deck features a conversation area and alfresco dining on the aft terrace. Large sliding doors connect the outdoors with the indoor seating area and the large bar amidships. Further forward the formal dining set up seats up to twelve guests around an elegant oval table. Forward, the media room features a cinema and a games table. With tenders and a wide range of watertoys conveniently located on the fore deck, the lazarette is set as a luxurious beach club with wellness area.

Heesen operates a bold, short-delivery programme, which is key to its commercial success. Twelve yachts are currently under construction with deliveries that span through to 2023. In addition to the semi-custom yachts built on a proven engineering platform, Heesen is registering an increasing interest in full-custom yachts. The order book includes 60m Project Falcon, due for delivery in 2021 and the 80m full-aluminium 29-knot Project Cosmos, scheduled for delivery in 2022.