Heesen Yachts, the world leaders in aluminum construction, have been bringing dreams to life and crafting the finest yachts with the highest standards of engineering since 1978. Today they proudly present the first yacht in their newest designs of the 5000 Aluminum Class, Aquamarine, which will be available for delivery in January 2021.
Aquamarine is the newest fast-cruising, all-aluminum motor yacht that features a brand new hull designed by their in-house naval architects. The team worked closely with renowned hydrodynamicists Van Oossanen Naval Architects.
The newly optimized hull design has enabled an efficiency gain of 12%. This important result was achieved by raising the transom and making it sleeker, and in addition, propeller tunnels were incorporated in the hull. This means that the 5000 Aluminium class features raised propellers, which in turn has decreased the draft to just 2.15 meters. Such a shallow draft makes Aquamarine the perfect yacht for cruising in the Bahamas as well as in the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean. A pair of interceptors will guarantee optimal dynamic trim at high speeds.
In line with Heesen’s philosophy, the new 5000 Aluminum Class reduces the carbon footprint without compromising speed or performance, and the installation of soot filters on the generators completes the package.
The modern design by Omega Architects creates the perfect wrapping for this technological masterpiece. The raised aft deck – completed by sun pads – allows for a full height multi-purpose tender garage that doubles as a luxury beach club connecting to the flush swim platform, bringing guests close to the water. To maintain a clean profile line, the rescue tender is conveniently stored under a hatch in front of the wheelhouse.
AQUAMARINE – YN 18950
Length: 50.0m / 164.0′
Beam: 9m / 29.5′
Hull Type: Semi-displacement
Materials: Alu / Alu
Max Speed: 23 knots
Range at 11 knots: 3,100 nautical miles
Guests: 12 in 5 cabins
Delivery: 31 January 2021
Price: EUR 35.9m
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