Project Grace: A Masterpiece by Heesen Yachts
Project Grace is a 50-metre superyacht, the first of Heesen’s 50m Steel FDHF series. It’s a marvel of modern design and engineering, featuring a fast displacement hull and a sub-500GT volume. This yacht is a testament to Heesen’s commitment to innovation and excellence in the yachting industry.
Exterior Design: Sleek and Elegant
The exterior of Project Grace is inspired by minimalist brands like Range Rover, Rolex and Bang & Olufsen. It features sharp, modern lines that give it a sleek and elegant look. The low bulwarks and long black windows create an optical illusion of length, adding to the yacht’s impressive stature. The yacht can be customized with different colour combinations to suit the owner’s preferences.
Interior Design: Contemporary and Luxurious
The interior is as impressive as its exterior. It’s spacious and filled with natural light, thanks to the full-height windows. The main deck features a beach lounge that seamlessly connects to the aft deck through huge doors, creating a unified indoor-outdoor living space. The yacht offers three different interior styles based on one architectural model, allowing clients to choose a style that suits their taste. Additionally, there’s a flexible fifth cabin that can be customized into a VIP suite, a gym, or a spa.
Sundeck: A Haven for Relaxation and Entertainment
The sundeck is exceptionally large and spacious. It offers various zones for relaxation, entertainment and dining, making it the perfect place to unwind and enjoy the stunning views of the surroundings. The sundeck can accommodate up to 20 guests and features a dedicated bar and pantry for the crew. The sun loungers are stackable, allowing for an open deck space that can be used for parties.
Project Grace is scheduled for a delivery in Q2 2027.
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