Dutch shipyard Heesen has recently announced the delivery of the 51 metre superyacht MySky, a full displacement long-range motor yacht. Designed by Frank Laupman of Omega Architects, her exteriors feature flush-mounted tinted windows thermo-bonded to the superstructure to create a continuous wall of glass.
Her contemporary, sophisticated interiors are the work of Erick van Egeraat, who has created a monochromatic theme throughout with a combination of crisp white leather, dark high-gloss Makassar wood, backlit white onyx inlaid and black marble. She accommodates up to 12 guests over five luxurious cabins, including a full beam master suite located on the main deck forward which boasts an elaborate bathroom and a spacious walk in closet. The remaining four guest cabins are located on the lower deck.
A seamless sense of indoor/outdoor living is evident throughout MySky, with the main saloon aft with a large, circular dining table, lounge and bar area connecting to the main deck aft, with built-in settees and seats around two low coffee tables.
The upper deck lounge boasts a 270-degree view and rotating, circular, white leather seating area which opens onto the aft terrace, accommodating a large dining table ideal for entertainment and al fresco dining.
Above, the Sundeck’s large Jacuzzi surrounded by sun-pads is the ideal environment for ultimate relaxation. A fully equipped gymnasium is also located on the sundeck. Finally, the touch-and-go helicopter pad forward of the bridge can transform into another large sun terrace providing secluded lounging even when the yacht is docked stern-to.
Mark Cavendish, Sales and Marketing Director of Heesen Yachts, comments: “MySky is a very important achievement for our shipyard. Working with Erick van Egeraat and his team – who are new to yachting but are a very talented team of architects – pushed Heesen to overcome its boundaries. I believe that MySky will turn heads!”