Heesen Yachts has revealed the first pictures of its new 83m superyacht concept, Project Maximus.
The revolutionary superyacht will be Heesen’s largest yacht to date, designed by Clifford Denn.
At 83m, the steel hull offers accommodation for up to five guests, including the option for two VIP suites and one guest room, as well as an expansive owner’s suite.
Her almost vertical bow enables an extended waterline length allowing the crash bulkhead to move forward, gaining interior space and volume.
Outside Project Maximus has a private deck for the owners and guests, which almost stretches across the full length of the ship.
Other external features include an impressive pool area, stunning waterfall features and a large bathing platform.
Project Maximus has been inspired by Denn’s previous designs for commercial passenger vessels.
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