Heesen’s Project Cayman is Ready to Conquer the Bahamas
Project Cayman is a new stunning vessel that has been revealed at the latest edition of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. A full aluminium superyacht developed specifically to operate in the Bahamas, this gorgeous vessel is the brainchild of Heesen Yachts, Omega Architects and the designers from Hot Lab.
With a super lightweight construction, and powered by twin MTU engines, this sleek vessel will be able to offer top speeds of up to 25 knots and the opportunity to sail through shallow waters thanks to a 2.15-meter draft. Some of the yacht’s features will include a beach club, as well as the spacious sky lounge and many other goodies ready to be enjoyed on the seas.
The vessel’s interiors have been strongly inspired by the Caribbean, with colours throughout the yacht reminiscent of the sand, the azure blue water, the textures, and the overall feeling people experience when reaching this beautiful area of the globe. Moreover, this spectacular yacht also benefits from unique furniture created with natural materials also inspired by the Caribbean, such as coconut.
Even though this yacht is relatively small, it shows off spacious interiors and well-lit areas that add to the overall feeling of open spaces. Size isn’t everything, and enjoying the summer cruising around the Bahamas aboard Project Cayman seems like a good way to enjoy life.