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Heysea receives order for new 41m superyacht

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Charl van Rooy

Chinese yacht builder Heysea Yachts has confirmed the signing of a new build project measuring 41 metres in length. The new FRP 135 project was sold last month to a client via Australia Distributor of Ensign Ship Brokers.

Unielle Design Studio from Slovenia are behind the project’s exterior lines and VYD’s Paolo Dose was selected as the interior stylist. Coming in at under 500 GT, FRP 135’s generous beam of 8.5 metres provides over 500 square metres of livable interior spaces for her twelve guests. The vessel is designed to reach a top speed of 18 knots and will be able to cover 2,000 nm at a more economical speed.

This will become Heysea Yachts’ second largest project to date when completed, after the 43-metre catamaran motor yacht which is nearing completion at the shipyard, along with three additional 100+ foot projects under construction.

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