Heesen Yachts has joined forces with designer Francesco Paszkowski to create this stunning new 58-metre superyacht. The sleek and athletic look of the exterior lines is inspired by automotive and aeronautical elements, and Heesen say that a fast displacement hull created by Van Oossanen Naval Architects will enable her to reach a projected top speed of 23 knots with twin 3,440kW MTUs.

The continuous main-deck side window tapers towards the bow, creating a sense of gathering movement. Aft, the distinctive swim platform has three full-width steps with stairs either side of the sunpad, plus a pair of sculpted openings for mooring lines. The foredeck is huge, and a bimini lifts to reveal and shade an open-air lounge space. Inside are five cabins, with a full-beam master on the main deck and two twins and two doubles for guests below.

The relationship between Heesen and the Italian designer dates back to the 1990s with the creation of the exterior lines of the 35-metre motor yacht Opus II and more recently with the interior design of two yachts in the 50-metre semi-displacement class. “Paszkowski has created a very innovative interpretation of Heesen’s traditional lines.The look of this 58-metre vessel has a family feeling within its strong individuality,” says Fabio Ermetto, Heesen Yachts sales and marketing director. All the technical work has been done and the project is ready to build.

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