Heesen has announced the joining together of Project Triton’s steel hull and aluminium superstructure at its facility in Oss, Netherlands.Photo: Dick Holthuis / HeesenProject Triton is a 50-metre Steel Class which includes a full displacement round bilge hull with a bulbous bow and will be built to Lloyd’s Register. Clifford Denn styled the exterior of the superyacht with a bold yet elegant profile, while designer Reymond Langton is set to fashion the interior spaces. With four staterooms, one of which is a full beam forward-facing master on the main deck, Triton will be able to accommodate up to ten overnight guests.Photo: Dick Holthuis / HeesenPhoto: Dick Holthuis / HeesenPhoto: Dick Holthuis / HeesenTwo MTU 8V4000 M63 diesel engines will power the superyacht giving her a top speed of 15 knots. At 13 knots, the superyacht has a bluewater range of 3,800 nm. Photo: Dick Holthuis / HeesenCurrently, Project Triton is in the outfitting phase and will be available for delivery on the 28th of February 2020.
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