The new Heesen 50-metre steel-hulled, displacement yacht combines timeless elegance with the refinement and speed to travel the globe and explore new horizons.

Also known as Project Triton, this new Heesen yacht blends practicality with luxurious details. The design has been studied to optimise at the best the volumes, still remaining under the 500GT threshold. Her steel hull designed by Heesen’s in-house team of naval architects and engineers. The engines are 2 x MTU 8V4000 M63, providing a top speed of 15 knots. She boasts a range of 3,800 nautical miles at a cruising speed of 13 knots.

Built upon Heesen’s proven technical platform, Clifford Denn has imagined a sophisticated exterior design that is paired with generous outdoor deck space. A 98-square-metre sun deck complete with Jacuzzi, al fresco dining area and sun loungers promise the best of the yachting lifestyle. For entertaining, the guests are welcomed to the 74-square-metre aft deck, an area complemented by the part-enclosed sky lounge.


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    Builder :
    Year :
    Interior Designer :
    Reymond Langton Design
    Exterior Designer :
    Clifford Denn Design
    Length :
    49.9 meters
    Beam :
    9.0 meters
    Cabins :
    Cruising Speed :
    13 knots
    Max Speed :
    15 knots
    Draft :
    2.75 meters
    Engines :
    2 x MTU 8V 4000 M63
    Fresh Water Capacity :
    20.000 liters
    Fuel Capacity :
    60.000 liters
    Generators :
    2 x Zenoro, each 125kW, 50 Hertz
    Hull Material :
    Model :
    YN18850 Triton Project
    Range :
    3.800 nautical miles
    Crew :

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