Heesen has announced the successful launch of its 80m/262.6ft luxury yacht, PROJECT COSMOS (a.k.a. HULL YN 19480), which took place on the 19th of November at its shipyard in Oss.

Heesen Yachts Project Cosmos ready to hit water

The exterior styling from Winch Design features an athletic appearance and clean lines running from bow to stern: The brief from the Owner stressed the desire for a strong and individualised appearance while still remaining recognisable as a true Heesen luxury yacht. Sculptural forms and the extensive use of glass have enhanced her appearance for a futuristic feel – a deserved trait for the world’s largest and fastest all-aluminium yacht at 1,700 GT and a maximum speed of almost 30 knots.

bow with sunbathing area set up

bow with helicopter

bow as cinema

Within, Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design styled the impeccable interiors using a mostly neutral palette with splashes of blue hues. The beach club is the focal point for life on board and entices guests arriving by tender with its back-lit onyx bar at its centre. Fold-down side terraces add even more space beside the water along with the stern platform for a desirable lounge offering sunshine and shade.

Luxury superyacht Project Cosmos by Heesen Yachts

Superyacht PROJECT COSMOS will undergo sea trials in the North Sea in February 2022 ahead of her delivery in April 2022.