With a name as appropriate, the task of talking about this boat becomes a challenge. The exterior deserves special attention as its aesthetically use of gray in a large part of the hull of this boat, meets the eye. The outside line is quite aerodynamic and suggestive, the bow is the culmination of narrowing lines forming almost an arrow sailing the seas with ease despite its more than five hundred tons displacement.
The entire exterior is a perfect package for the four decks that comprises this boat. The upper sundeck with an octagonal jacuzzi and there is a gym in the covered area; in the stern sits a couch.
The bridge deck has an outdoor dining room for twelve people, beyond, we find a room inside with a modern twist and a rug, faux zebra skin, which confirm it. Following our steps to bow we find to starboard, a game table. In between, we have an LCD screen. To port there is a furniture carver where a minibar discreetly complements the scene.
Then we enter the captain’s cabin and at the most forward in this deck, we found the bridge that is on its own merit, a place that steals your breath. Impressive distribution, offers the latest technological advances and, as it is so special a place, even has a sofa to watch the sailing from the bridge.
The main deck is, as we can tell from its name, the more spacious and with the special feature that has the most spacious cabin, the only one in this deck, before coming here let us walk from the stern through the whole deck. In the stern, outside, we find a living room with two coffee tables that together make this an ideal area for a pleasant evening with guests. On the inside we are greeted by a crescent-shaped bar with seating for six guests, further we find the living room, an asymmetrical set of sofas. The following is the dining area, a place with special features that make it stand out above all other areas, it particularly seems a very integrated area with its own personality, the table is dark wood contrasting with honey colored leather chairs and a detail that stands out is the bottom wall built with bricks of raw marble that give it the personality to which I referred to earlier.
The master stateroom is obviously the most spacious, the first section is the office of the owner, without further separations and without further ado that hall - located on the starboard side - leads to the cabin that is made with simple details and not much furniture, except a bed. The bathroom is very large given that occupies the entire width of the boat and it has a tub, separate shower and a sink for him and her.
This deck also houses the kitchen, worthy of a ship called SKY, with all the latest appliances and plenty of room to store all raw materials to please the most demanding palate.
In the lower deck, starting at the stern we find the garage for main tender and two jet skis, a small cabin for the crew (2 persons), forward there is the engine room, it is quite large, indeed. Turning the control room begins the guests section, the first two cabins have single beds and a third camp bed if necessary; the next two cabins are larger, have a double bed each transversely positioned , so that it is not aligned with either the keel or to the sides, say are at 45 °. In all cases, the cabins have private facilities.
Finally we find the cabins and the crew area which are the home for the rest of the crew.
This Heesen yacht is closer to heaven being the largest yacht built by the brand to date and leaves no doubt that it is a beauty wherever it is admired from.
2 X MTU 8V 4000 M70
2 X 1577 HP
14.5 nudos (26.85 km/h aprox.)
Text: Edmundo A. Eguiarte ± Photo: Heesen Yachts / Carlo Borlenghi and David Churchill