Dutch shipyard Heesen Yachts is preparing to welcome their largest yacht to date dubbed ‘Project Vesta’ for now. At 75 meters, Project Vesta is even larger than the award winning 70m Galactica Super Nova which was delivered back in May. This comes at a time when Heesen just completed their new 85m dry dock and its 90m construction hall at the Oss shipyard.

Project Vesta uses an aluminium Fast Displacement Hull Form and is capable of doing a maximum speed of 22 knots coupled with an effective range of 4,500 nautical miles while cruising at 14 knots. The vessel has an overall beam of 12.5 meters and a draft of 3.2 meters. She will comfortably accommodate 12 guests in her full beam owner’s stateroom, VIP cabin and four double guest cabins.

The use of extendable zero-speed stabilisers by Quantum ensures onboard comfort in the yacht at all times, whether docked or cruising.

We will provide more information about Project Vista soon as Heesen Yachts begin to document her build process including delivery, design, launch and any awards that await her.

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