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The Heesen Yard Reveals The Stylish Ann G Superyacht

By Victor Baker


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After being put through one of the most rigorous sea trials of any custom superyacht we remember, Heesen’s new Ann G superyacht has been finally introduced to the world. The beautiful, 164-foot, steel-hulled yacht features a Clifford Denn-designed exterior , showing off a powerful and aggressive overall profile.

The stunning curved aluminum superstructure instantly tells you we’re dealing with a sport yacht here, while the twin MTU M63 diesel engines seem to match the appearance; as such, the Ann G will easily reach a top speed of 15.6 knots.

English firm Reymond Langton designed Ann G’s cabins, in art-deco styling that would just complement the powerful statement of the exterior’s aesthetics. The London-based firm used strong-grained Macassar ebony paneling, accented with stainless steel, as well as backlit white onyx and leather to inspire and impress all those who come aboard.

A large art deco–inspired chandelier framed by open-tread stairs seems to hint towards that the minute you get in this marvelous vessel. The art deco theme carries through the four guest cabins, which feature Macassar, stainless steel, and fine leather finishes, not to mention unique color palettes.

The spacious owner’s suite is filled with original art, with walls decorated by using fabric artworks and an intricate deco motif. The full-beam suite also brags with an office, his and her dressing rooms, and a large bathroom with geometric stone artwork.

The social areas on Ann G include a main saloon boasting a seating area next to the bar, an elegant dining area, and the skylounge on the bridge deck, benefiting from large windows and incredible views of the sea. Next, the transom beach club was designed for working out or relaxing in the steam room, bar and external seating area – just in case chilling out isn’t your thing.

The sky deck, on the other hand, is probably the best place to experience the elements, with open spaces both fore and aft, and a walk through enclosure overhead. In the end, we could say that the Ann G superyacht looks exactly like an adventure, no matter how you look at it – or, from what angle.


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About Victor Baker

Victor is our go-to associate editor for anything with four wheels – and more! With over a decade of experience in automotive journalism, his expertise spans from classic cars to the latest in electric vehicle technology. Beyond vehicles, he has broadened his editorial reach to cover a wide range of topics, from technology and travel to lifestyle and environmental issues. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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