Construction continues on Heesen's 50m 5000 Aluminium Class project Aquamarine

Written by Laura Nicholls

Construction of the first in the new 5000 Aluminium Class, project Aquamarine (YN 18950), continues at the Heesen shipyard as the joining of hull and superstructure has been completed. The 50-metre full-aluminium project Aquamarine sports a brand new hull is set to be 12% more efficient thanks to the design work of both Heesen’s in-house naval architects and Van Oossanen Naval Architects. Now in her outfitting phase, the new superyacht is on schedule to be delivered during January 2021. Heesen yacht Project Aquamarine in build in OssPhoto: Dick HolthuisHeesen yacht Project Aquamarine interior design Photo: Heesen YachtsWith an exterior design by Omega Architects, interiors by Cristiano Gatto and 2.15-metre draft, Aquamarine is designed to be 'a versatile cruising yacht ideal for the clear water bays of both the Bahamas and the Mediterranean Sea.' Heesen yacht Project Aquamarine interior design Photo: Heesen YachtsHeesen yacht Project Aquamarine interior design Photo: Heesen YachtsEquipped with MTU’s new green oceanic engines that reduce NOx emissions, Aquamarine will be the world’s first fast-cruising yacht below 500GT to be IMO Tier III compliant.



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