There is another commercial success at Heesen, as they announce the sale of YN 18250 Project Ayla.
This superyacht project differs from the previous one mostly due to shorter deliveries while still maintaining high quality and state-of-the-art technology. Project Ayla was built on speculation and is due for delivery in April 2018. She was designed by Frank Laupman of Omega Architects.
This magnificent performance yacht with a gross tonnage of just under 500GT is powered by two MTU 2,880kW engines, which allows her to reach the speed of 23 knots. She has a range of 3,100 nm at 11 knots.
The interior living spaces feature New Deco styling, yet allowing the owners to choose tones and materials to suit their preferences and tastes. The cozy and calm atmosphere onboard is achieved by using soft fabrics, goss bony, walnut and luxurious upholstery. One of the most exceptional interior decor features is the unique wood carpeting, which is produced by the professional at Heesen’s own interior carpentry shop.
Luxury superyacht Project Ayla can accommodate 12 guests across 6 generous cabins.
Heesen has proven record of building the finest charter superyachts. To find out more, view a selection of charters yachts built by Heesen and contact the friendly brokers at CharterWorld.