With its new 50-metre superyacht Home, formerly known Project Nova, Heesen Yachts has built one of the quietest luxury yachts ever. This unique vessel is packed with an ingenious hybrid propulsion system and based on Van Oossanen Naval Architects’ reliable and efficient Fast Displacement Hull Form. Now, our blog will explore a little bit more about the extraordinary features of this vessel, which by the way is a complete home run for the yacht builder.
Focusing on creating a noise-free vessel, Heesen opted to use diesel and electric power in tandem for a more reliable and extended use of hybrid power’s benefits. Sound levels in the master suite forward on the main deck read forty-six decibels; equivalent to the sound generated by soft falling rain.
Home is defined by a strong profile with several graceful touches. Heesen also focused on incorporating glass surfaces on each deck. Her silhouette lines lead the eye to the sundeck where a relaxing escape is tucked away under the curvy T-top. The vessel also features an impressive grand central staircase leading down to the water-level deck.
The interiors were designed by Cristiano Gatto and benefit from the fresh and contemporary Heesen style. They customized with various colors and art details picked by the owner. Furthermore, the bright master suite is not only the most tranquil suite but by far the largest equipped with a glamorous en-suite bathroom and a private study area while the massive upper saloon feels more like a striking beach club.
Home is capable of running a top speed 15.7 knots through the use of her efficient diesel engines which also act as generators.
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Source: SuperYacht Times