First day out

Heesen Yachts second 50-metre Steel Class superyacht has left the outfitting shed in preparation for sea trials in the North Sea.

At 50 metres, Project Triton is a superyacht with a traditional full-displacement steel hull below the 500GT threshold, designed and engineered by Heesen’s in-house team.

Project Triton is defined by a flared and bulbous bow, and an easily driven hull form. Powered by twin MTU 8V4000 M63 engines she will reach a top speed of 15 knots and have a transoceanic range of 3,800 nautical miles at the cruising speed of 12 knots.

This 50-metre Steel Class is characterised by an elegant profile characterised by flowing curves with elements inspired by classic car design.

With tender and toys conveniently stored on the fore deck, Triton offers an elegant beach club with wellness area.

Blending practicality with luxurious detail, the layout of Project Triton has been optimised to deliver the largest possible volume while remaining under the 500GT threshold. Ten guests sleep in five large suites, with the master on the main deck forward and the four guest cabins on the lower deck.

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British studio Reymond Langton have created a contemporary interior defined by a linear and clean environment. The sophisticated yet casual design makes Triton the ideal yacht for enjoying the excitement of the outdoor life at sea, combined with the tranquillity of a peaceful retreat to unwind and relax.

Triton’s construction is on schedule and she is available for sale and ready for delivery at the end of February 2020.

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