Construction is advancing on the 67m Heesen superyacht Sparta, with the joining of her steel hull and aluminium superstructure. This step moves the project further towards her 2023 delivery.
During a three-day-long process, the hull was lowered into the water for the first time before being towed to Oss. Here, Sparta received her two MTU 12V4000 M65R diesel engines and gearboxes. Following this, her hull and superstructure were joined together. She is now awaiting her outfitting and interior fit-out.
Both external and internal designs come courtesy of London-based Winch Design. Distinguished by bold curves, dramatic window shapes, and an inviting stern area, the seamless connection of outdoor and indoor spaces is a haven for relaxation and family life.
The vessel’s layout is a reflection of the lifestyle of the owner and their family. With wellness being a priority, her lower deck is will include a jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and gym. The lower deck will also house crew quarters and the galley. Elsewhere on the superyacht will be four double guest cabins and a full-beam saloon, all located on the main deck. The owner has reserved the upper deck for private use, with suites facing forward and aft.
“The production of full-custom yachts is a challenge we always undertake with great enthusiasm at Heesen,” states Heesen CEO Arthur Brouwer. “Their construction embodies the personality of their owners and offers us the opportunity to demonstrate the incredible levels of excellence our teams can achieve. Working with Winch Design is always a great pleasure, and we look forward to seeing this yacht in all her splendour two years from now.”
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