Heesen Yachts has unveiled new plans for a 42m superyacht named Project Cayman which feature a number of high-profile collaborators.
Heesen first unveiled Project Cayman at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show at the beginning of the month. Italian design studio Hot Lab is to collaborate with Heesen on the interior design for the first time, while long-time partner Omega Architects has created the exterior styling, and Van Oossanen Naval Architects developed the fast displacement hull form.
According to Heesen, the full-sized beach club on board is unique among yachts in this class, and features a cocktail bar and large swim platform. The skylounge, located on the bridge deck, features a spa pool with large seating areas, allowing guests to dine al fresco while enjoying a 360-degree sea view.
Accommodation is available for ten guests on board in two double cabins, two twin cabins and an owner’s suite. The owner’s suite is located on the main deck and spans the 8.8m beam of Project Cayman. Crew quarters are located in the bow, with room for up to seven staff members.
The interior design is described by Hot Lab as ‘exotic and modern’, featuring rich ochre and turquoise, inspired by the Bahamas.
Project Cayman is powered by two 2,600hp MTU 16v 2000 M96L engines, with Naiad zero-speed stabilisers.
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