The 55m Heesen superyacht, Project Apollo has been sold. The sale marks Heesen’s fifth of 2021, rounding out an already hugely successful year for the shipyard.
Key features of Apollo include a fuel-efficient Fast Displacement Hull design, ocean-crossing range, huge interior volumes and a timeless profile. These impressive features paired with Heseen’s renowned build quality are what led to the buyers’ purchase of the superyacht.
“2021 has been a very successful year for Heesen. Our semi-custom yachts, which are available on short delivery schedules, are making waves all over the world,” stated Friso Visser, Heesen CCO.
An external design by Omega Architects incorporates expansive floor-to-ceiling windows to bring a sense of sea and sky inside. Also, horizontal lines that increase the optical length of the yacht whilst reducing perceived height are in place to give Apollo extra visual impact.
The interior design of Apollo comes courtesy of Luca Dini Design & Architecture. With an interior characterised by light and warm tones, as well as contrasts in texture, Apollo creates a warm and inviting atmosphere for the owner and their guests. The vessel accommodates twelve guests in six staterooms, all of which are en-suite.
Heesen Project Apollo is due for delivery in Autumn 2023.
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