60-metre Steel Project Falcon hull and superstructure have now been joined together
Following the laying of the keel in September 2018, 60m Steel FDHF Project Falcon is taking shape and remains on track to meet its scheduled delivery in 2021.
Hull and superstructure of the largest displacement yacht build by Heesen to date, were joined together at the shipyard in Oss on Saturday 28 September.
Exterior designer Frank Laupman of Omega Architects worked closely with the Owners and their team to further refine and enhance the lines of Project Falcon. Lighting plays a prominent role in the design of Project Falcon as it underlines and emphasises the design and architecture of the yacht. Magnificent underwater lights will illuminate the boat at night producing a splendid glow.
The Owners appointed Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design to create Project Falcon’s interior decor, which has elegant lines and features intricate design details. Sinot and Omega are working together closely to create a holistic result, where interior and exterior complement each other and the fluid indoor/outdoor connection remains uninterrupted.
YN 19360 Project Falcon is an exciting new addition to Heesen’s fast-growing fleet, and raises the already high bar for quality, detail and complex construction.
With 12 yachts currently under construction and deliveries that span through 2023, Heesen confirms its leading role in the superyacht industry.