Heesen Yachts’ new 65m FDHF Superyacht
Heesen Yachts has unveiled their latest 65m Fast Displacement (FDHF) superyacht concept which creates a “terrace on the sea” to diminish the boundaries between the yacht and the sea. The exterior of this new super yacht was designed by Omega Architects and the aluminum hull and superstructure were designed by Van Oossanen and naval architects from Hesen Yachts.
The 65m yacht features space for up to 12 guests in six wonderful cabins and also room for a crew of 13 members. On the main and lower decks the yacht features a duplex beach club with a 10 square meter side balcony on the port side and a 22 square meter swimming pool platform.
The lower deck of this superyacht comes with a sauna, shower room, day head and a fully equipped bar but the highlight of this beautiful yacht is the glass bottom of the swimming pool located on the main deck which creates an exciting effect of natural light shimmering through the water on the bar area beneath.
The fore deck of this yacht has a large sunbathing area that can be transformed into a touch and go helipad and beneath this foredeck garages with gull wing doors are located. The new 65m superyacht from Heesen Yachts has a top speed of 27 knots, with a cruise speed of 24 knots using around 75% of the engine power output.