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Heesen sells Project Maia

Heesen sells Project Maia

Dutch Shipyard Heesen has sold its premiere 50-metre steel class vessel, Project Maia. Maia has been sold to a serial yacht owner, who was introduced to the vessel by Ocean Independence broker Chris Collins. The yacht is designed by UK

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Heesen reveals Project Maia

Heesen reveals Project Maia

Heesen Yachts has revealed Project Maia, a 50m full-displacement motor yacht below 500GT. Exterior design by Clifford Denn has a technically complex design but still embodies Heesen’s DNA. It consists of a classic car design with old fashioned plate grilles on the main

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Ann G wins Nautilus Trophy

Ann G wins Nautilus Trophy

Heesen Yachts’ Ann G was awarded the Nautilus trophy at the recent Monaco Yacht Show. The awards, held by Top Yacht Design, were held on 24th September 2015. Editor-in-chief Matteo Zaccagnino presented the awards. The Nautilus trophy represents achievements in

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Ann G delivered to owners

Ann G delivered to owners

Heesen Yachts announced today that project YN 17350, Ann G, has been delivered to her owners in international waters. Since her launch in May earlier this year, Ann G has been undergoing sea trials in the North Sea. The 50

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Heesen delivers Azamanta to owners

Heesen delivers Azamanta to owners

Heesen Yachts has announced that following her recent sea trials in the North Sea, YN 17255 Azamanta has been delivered to her owners in international waters. With an overall length of 55 metres, Azamanta is the world’s first Fast Displacement

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Heesen launch YN 17350, Ann G

Heesen launch YN 17350, Ann G

Heesen Yachts have announced that project YN 17350, a 50 metre full-custom motoryacht, was launched at their shipyard today in Oss. The vessel is now named Ann G.  Arcon Yachts, project managers of the construction said “ANN G’s owner is a

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