All yachts

4You
Motor yacht
Heesen | 47 m | 2009
Agram
Motor yacht
Heesen | 44 m | 2008
Ari
Motor yacht
Heesen | 46.7 m | 2010
Alive
Motor yacht
€ 18,500,000
Heesen | 42.4 m | 2014
Unexpected
Motor yacht
Heesen | 38 m | 2001
Amigo
Motor yacht
€ 2,250,000
Heesen | 30 m | 2003
Man of Steel
Motor yacht
Heesen | 36.9 m | 2005
Ann G
Motor yacht
Heesen | 49.6 m | 2015
Crystalady
Motor yacht
Heesen | 46.68 m | 2011
Asya
Motor yacht
Heesen | 47 m | 2015
At Last
Motor yacht
Heesen | 44.17 m | 1990
Como
Motor yacht
Heesen | 46.7 m | 2012
Aurelia
Motor yacht
Heesen | 37 m | 2011
Azamanta
Motor yacht
Heesen | 55 m | 2015
Big Mak
Motor yacht
Heesen | 47 m | 1998
Bilmar
Motor yacht
Heesen | 44 m | 2004
Bliss
Motor yacht
€ 12,500,000
Heesen | 44.17 m | 2007
Brazil
Motor yacht
€ 6,300,000
Heesen | 40 m | 1993
Perle Noire
Motor yacht
€ 7,250,000
Heesen | 37.3 m | 2010
Crazy Me
Motor yacht
Heesen | 50 m | 2013
Enigma Astralis
Motor yacht
Heesen | 28 m | 1993
G-Force
Motor yacht
€ 6,950,000
Heesen | 37.3 m | 2006
Red Sapphire
Motor yacht
Heesen | 50 m | 2007
Galactica Star
Motor yacht
$ 42,000,000
Heesen | 65 m | 2013
Harbour Moon
Motor yacht
Heesen | 43.13 m | 1996
Rocket
Motor yacht
Heesen | 49.9 m | 2011
Inception
Motor yacht
$ 29,500,000
Heesen | 50 m | 2008
Lady Lara
Motor yacht
Heesen | 44 m | 2009
Kijo
Motor yacht
€ 9,950,000
Heesen | 44 m | 2003
Lady L
Motor yacht
Heesen | 44.6 m | 2012
Let It Be
Motor yacht
Heesen | 47.8 m | 2007
Li-Lien
Motor yacht
Heesen | 36.88 m | 2005
Life Saga
Motor yacht
Heesen | 42 m | 1994
Lionshare
Motor yacht
Heesen | 39.62 m | 1987
Happy T
Motor yacht
Heesen | 40 m | 2001
Mon Plaisir
Motor yacht
Heesen | 47 m | 2008
Hayken
Motor yacht
Heesen | 49.8 m | 2014
MySky
Motor yacht
Heesen | 51 m | 2014
Octopussy
Motor yacht
Heesen | 44 m | 1988
Pokrov II
Motor yacht
Heesen | 30.7 m | 2000
Quite Essential
Motor yacht
€ 29,500,000
Heesen | 55 m | 2011
Raasta
Motor yacht
€ 16,750,000
Heesen | 46.8 m | 2008
Elena
Motor yacht
Heesen | 47 m | 2014
Red Sapphire
Motor yacht
Heesen | 39.1 m | 1999
San Bernardo
Motor yacht
€ 16,900,000
Heesen | 44 m | 2010
Celestial Hope
Motor yacht
Heesen | 47 m | 2008
Sedation
Motor yacht
Heesen | 44 m | 2007
Septimus
Motor yacht
€ 23,250,000
Heesen | 49.8 m | 2011
Abbracci
Motor yacht
Heesen | 55 m | 2012
Seven Sins
Motor yacht
Heesen | 44 m | 2005
Sibelle
Motor yacht
Heesen | 50 m | 2015
Sirocco
Motor yacht
Heesen | 47 m | 2006
Sky
Motor yacht
Sky
Heesen | 50.5 m | 2010
Sun Ark
Motor yacht
Heesen | 36.8 m | 1995
King Louis
Motor yacht
Heesen | 46 m | 2003
The Flying Dutchman
Motor yacht
$ 1,595,000
Heesen | 28.6 m | 1985
Taurica
Motor yacht
Heesen | 40 m | 2014
My Loyalty
Motor yacht
Heesen | 50 m | 2016
You & Me
Motor yacht
Heesen | 45.86 m | 1999
G3
Motor yacht
G3
Heesen | 44 m | 2008
Galactica Super Nova
Motor yacht
Heesen | 70.07 m | 2016
Amore Mio
Motor yacht
Heesen | 45 m | 2016
Alcor
Motor yacht
Heesen | 35 m | 2000
Ladyship
Motor yacht
Heesen | 41 m | 1994
My Secret
Motor yacht
Heesen | 46.71 m | 2012
Lady Arlene
Motor yacht
Heesen | 32.18 m | 1988
Pandion
Motor yacht
Heesen | 37 m | 1995
Duke Town
Motor yacht
€ 6,900,000
Heesen | 36.5 m | 2002
Mac Brew
Motor yacht
€ 5,495,000
Heesen | 39.4 m | 2002
Let it Be M
Motor yacht
Heesen | 36.79 m | 2005
Ventura
Motor yacht
Heesen | 49.8 m | 2013
Heartbeat of Life
Motor yacht
Heesen | 28.2 m | 1989
L'Equinox
Motor yacht
Heesen | 36.8 m | 2006
Mirage
Motor yacht
Heesen | 40.26 m | 1991
Magix
Motor yacht
Heesen | 37 m | 1992
Yalla
Motor yacht
Heesen | 46.7 m | 2004
Opus II
Motor yacht
Heesen | 35.97 m | 1997
Printemps
Motor yacht
Heesen | 34.14 m | 1987
Destiny
Motor yacht
Heesen | 37.3 m | 2007
Galactica Plus
Motor yacht
Heesen | 34.8 m | 2012
Brio
Motor yacht
Heesen | 38.1 m | 1986
Lady Azul
Motor yacht
Heesen | 39.4 m | 2001
Ohana
Motor yacht
€ 6,750,000
Heesen | 43.65 m | 1997
Clia
Motor yacht
Heesen | 36.3 m | 2004
Ammoun Of London
Motor yacht
Heesen | 30.65 m | 2000
Blind Date
Motor yacht
Heesen | 47 m | 2009
Buka U
Motor yacht
Heesen | 36.79 m | 2006
Serenity D
Motor yacht
Heesen | 34.14 m | 2002
Jems
Motor yacht
Heesen | 44 m | 2009
Obsessions
Motor yacht
Heesen | 38.34 m | 1996
Home
Motor yacht
Heesen | 49.8 m | 2017
Vida
Motor yacht
Heesen | 55 m | 2018
Laurentia
Motor yacht
Heesen | 55 m | 2017
Irisha
Motor yacht
Heesen | 51 m | 2018
Book Ends
Motor yacht
€ 29,900,000
Heesen | 47 m | 2017
White
Motor yacht
Heesen | 49.8 m | 2018
VanTom
Motor yacht
Heesen | 49.8 m | 2018
Omaha
Motor yacht
Heesen | 49.4 m | 2018
Boreas
Motor yacht
Heesen | 49.8 m | 2019
Falcon
Motor yacht
Heesen | 60 m | 2021
Project Castor
Motor yacht
Heesen | 55 m | 2020

About Heesen

Heesen
Rijnstraat 2, 5347 KL, Oss The Netherlands
+31 412 66 55 44
Heesen Yachts is a Dutch ship building company that specializes in custom built superyachts. Founded in 1978, it has launched more than 170 yachts since its inception, many of which have gone on to win awards. It is considered one of the world leaders in the design, construction and engineering of all-aluminum yachts.

Yachts for sale

Alive
Motor yacht
€ 18,500,000
Heesen | 42.4 m | 2014
Amigo
Motor yacht
€ 2,250,000
Heesen | 30 m | 2003
Bliss
Motor yacht
€ 12,500,000
Heesen | 44.17 m | 2007
Brazil
Motor yacht
€ 6,300,000
Heesen | 40 m | 1993
Perle Noire
Motor yacht
€ 7,250,000
Heesen | 37.3 m | 2010
G-Force
Motor yacht
€ 6,950,000
Heesen | 37.3 m | 2006
Galactica Star
Motor yacht
$ 42,000,000
Heesen | 65 m | 2013
Inception
Motor yacht
$ 29,500,000
Heesen | 50 m | 2008
Kijo
Motor yacht
€ 9,950,000
Heesen | 44 m | 2003
Quite Essential
Motor yacht
€ 29,500,000
Heesen | 55 m | 2011
Raasta
Motor yacht
€ 16,750,000
Heesen | 46.8 m | 2008
San Bernardo
Motor yacht
€ 16,900,000
Heesen | 44 m | 2010
Septimus
Motor yacht
€ 23,250,000
Heesen | 49.8 m | 2011
The Flying Dutchman
Motor yacht
$ 1,595,000
Heesen | 28.6 m | 1985
Duke Town
Motor yacht
€ 6,900,000
Heesen | 36.5 m | 2002
Mac Brew
Motor yacht
€ 5,495,000
Heesen | 39.4 m | 2002
Ohana
Motor yacht
€ 6,750,000
Heesen | 43.65 m | 1997
Book Ends
Motor yacht
€ 29,900,000
Heesen | 47 m | 2017

Yachts for charter

Agram
Motor yacht
Heesen | 44 m | 2008
Asya
Motor yacht
Heesen | 47 m | 2015
Aurelia
Motor yacht
Heesen | 37 m | 2011
G-Force
Motor yacht
€ 6,950,000
Heesen | 37.3 m | 2006
Inception
Motor yacht
$ 29,500,000
Heesen | 50 m | 2008
Lionshare
Motor yacht
Heesen | 39.62 m | 1987
G3
Motor yacht
G3
Heesen | 44 m | 2008
Alcor
Motor yacht
Heesen | 35 m | 2000
Ladyship
Motor yacht
Heesen | 41 m | 1994
My Secret
Motor yacht
Heesen | 46.71 m | 2012
Pandion
Motor yacht
Heesen | 37 m | 1995
Mac Brew
Motor yacht
€ 5,495,000
Heesen | 39.4 m | 2002
Destiny
Motor yacht
Heesen | 37.3 m | 2007
Irisha
Motor yacht
Heesen | 51 m | 2018

Latest News

Royal Huisman to exploit former Holland Jachtbouw shipyard in Amsterdam
On 14th May 2019, the Port of Amsterdam finalised the acquisition of the former Holland Jachtbouw shipyard in Zaandamm. Subsequently, Dutch builder Royal Huisman has moved into the facilities on a long-term agreement, strengthening its business position in Amsterdam.Jan Timmerman, CEO of Royal Huisman highlights: Extending our facilities in the Amsterdam region, we will be able to properly meet the growing demand among current and new customers. This second shipyard will, over a longer period of time, serve as an excellent addition to our existing site in Vollenhove, both for new builds and for refits.The new facility will add extra 12,000 sqm to 58,000 sqm of new build and refit space, combined together to 70,000 square metres under the Huisfit brand. The company aims to generate high-quality jobs in, as well as bring innovation and craftsmanship to the Amsterdam region.Koen Overtoom, CEO at the Port of Amsterdam, explained to Superyachtnews:Our acquisition of the shipyard and the decision to lease it to Royal Huisman is a boost to the manufacturing industry, which adds significant value to our port. The arrival of Royal Huisman to the Amsterdam port region is one step further towards fulfilling our goal of becoming a superyacht hub. The Amsterdam area is highly sought-after by yacht manufacturers owing to its highly skilled workforce, international airport and the celebrated Dutch sense of enterprise.Meanwhile, the port of Amsterdam is gradually enhancing the region as a superyacht hub, with not only Royal Huisman, but also Feadship officially opening new facilities in Amsterdam earlier this month.The Amsterdam location will become the third one operated by Royal Huisman, alongside its facilities in Vollenhove and Emden. The recent projects by Royal Huisman included the refit of two of the world’s largest sailing yachts, Eos and Athena, with 93m EOA relaunched earlier this year.
Princess launches F50 yacht with high speed and compact design
Last week, British builder Princess Yachts launched the new 15.5-metre F50 flybridge yacht, the fifth one in the F Class line. The F Class range is conceived by the builder as vessels with innovative use of space, alongside with focus on design, manufacturing quality, stellar performance and sea-keeping.The yacht designed by Princess Design Studio and the builder’s long-time collaborator, naval architect Bernard Olesinski, will feature a top speed of 36 knots thanks to two Volvo IPS 800 engines.The design concept was developed with on-deck living in mind, allowing guests move easily between exterior and interior areas. The yacht offers accommodation for up to six guests below deck, within a full-beam en-suite master stateroom, a forward en-suite cabin and a twin. Natural light fills all of them from the sweeping hull glazing. The F50 is trademarked with spacious cockpit seating area connected to the aft galley. Forward of the galley, there lays the saloon with a U-shaped sofa and a dining table for six. The latter can also convert to a comfortable berth in the dining area when needed. The F50’ spacious foredeck boasts a luxurious sunpad, perfect for reclining and relaxing in a secluded bay. Techno wise, the dual-station instrumentation and latest Volvo-Garmin navigation and control systems enable helming the yacht from both the main deck and flybridge for precision manoeuvring. Princess X95The F50 joins the F45, F55, F62 and F70 in the all-new line-up of Princess Yachts’ F Class. The line will soon also be joined by the brand’s newest concept X95, the so called "luxury SUV of the seas".
Millennial superyacht owners: how they are shaping the yachting world
Millennial superyacht owners are on the rise, reports Business Insider. They have already caused a shift in most industries, and the world of yachting is not an exception. In order to cater the younger generation needs, yacht brokers will have to adapt to their preferences and lifestyle, while those who stick to the traditional ways of yachting will be inevitably left behind. Image courtesy: Kuznetcov_Konstantin/Shutterstock via Business Insider#1. The yacht owners will get 10-15 years younger in the next 20 years.Of the top 100 billionaires worldwide, 20% are below age 50, while superyacht owners are 10 to 15 years younger compared to 20 years ago, according to a new research by shipyard Rossinavi and the International University of Monaco. Furthermore, they are expected to get even younger — within the next 20 years, the median age of superyacht owners will decrease from the 45 to 55 range to the 35 to 45 range, according to Business Insider.#2. The mindset is changing, with the trend towards chartering over ownership.This new group of superyacht owners views yachting as "an occasional pastime rather than an enduring passion," according to the Monaco Yacht Show media packet. Still developing their business interests, self-made millennials consider a yacht as only one component of their fast-moving lifestyle.Instead of materialistic attributes of luxury lifestyle, millennial superyacht owners prioritise adventure, water sports and exterior space. For them, life experiences take priority over material possessions.For Millennials, travel is no longer a planned venture to be prepared and booked well in advance. The younger crowd prefers the freedom of chartering as it allows them to jump from one yacht in Monaco to another in Santorini without being tied to a physical boat. It is definitely a different concept from the traditional two-week summer cruise.Erwin Bamps, CEO of Emirates-based shipyard Gulf Craft expresses his opinion as follows:We are going to see a time when the traditional idea of yacht ownership starts to follow the same path as car sharing services; more convenient than a traditional taxi, and a real alternative to owning a car. The same principle will easily apply to luxury yachts. Imagine a global, technology-driven service that delivers the yacht you want, at the location you want, at the time you want, and can arrange a private jet to fly you there.#3. The Millennials' different preferences may change yachting in terms of design and selling tactics.The way people consume superyachts has changed, also reflecting in yacht design. According to the MYS packet, formal dining rooms and salons will be less evident as yacht designers turn to gyms, spa, water sports and spaces that enable open-air socialising to accommodate millennials' desires.And those who custom order superyachts are no longer requesting offices on-board, according to Business Insider. They prefer to be able to relax during their yachting cruises instead.With this upcoming wave of superyacht owners preferring to charter, yachting companies will likely have to shift their tactics of yachts selling. Most likely, they will need to make contacts with potential buyers through social media for a more immediate, personal form of communication.However, in general, all the changes should be understood as an evolution rather than a drastic change. The MYS packet stated:According to the study, millennials are going to do things differently and the product will have to be re-packaged, but the yachts will not change that much and the ownership concept will not go away anytime soon. They will want their own product like the rest of us. Things change, but human nature stays the same.
Mondomarine reveals new Classic line inspired by Ferrari and Lamborghini Gran Turismo
Mondomarine shipyard, recently acquired by the Palumbo Group, has introduced a brand-new Classic line. The new line is conceived as a revisited version of the distinctive historic Mondomarine’ style.The Classic line models will initially range between 43, 50 and 63 metre, all with semi-displacement hull and low draft to access the most exclusive beaches and shallow waters, among others, the Caribbean.The first project out of the new line, the Classic 50 metres, will be developed by Luca Dini Design Studio, also entrusted by the yard for the new ‘Discovery' line.Luca Dini, for whom the 60-metre M/Y Sarastar delivered by Mondomarine in 2017 became a starting point, explains: Speaking of external lines, our target was an evolution, yes, but without distorting the original design of that boat characterised by a sporty and elegant footprint with a combination of corners and curves, sinuous shapes and angles that, far from being strident, was quite harmonious. In short, a creative review that, paradoxical as it may seem, translates into a Modern Classic.Remaining true to the distinctive Italian tradition, the new line bestows a contrast between sharp edges and sinuous lines, soft and pronounced curves, reaching an overall coherent and elegant look.Various aesthetic details and engravings have been added both to the hull and the superstructure, creating a play of light and shadows when in the sun. Those elements recall the typical design of classic Italian cars, as Luca Dini drew inspiration from the Ferrari and Lamborghini Gran Turismo models.The Classic 50 metres will offer accommodation for up to 10 people within four guest rooms on the lower deck and a spacious master suite with two private balconies on the main deck. The crew area is designed to house up to 10 people.Prior to financial difficulties, that lead to the company’s acquisition by Palumbo Superyachts, Mondomarine had been a significant player on the Italian yacht stage, delivering in excess of 30 yachts during a 25-year period. Some of the most recent ones have been the 60-meter Sarastar delivered in 2017 and the red-coloured 50m Ipanema launched in 2016.
Course towards ecology: CCN launches a 31m environmentally efficient superyacht Vanadis
Italian builder Cerri Cantieri Navali (CCN) has launch its latest superyacht, the 31.2-metre Vanadis at their facility in Avanza, Carrara. 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margin-bottom:0; margin-top:8px; overflow:hidden; padding:8px 0 7px; text-align:center; text-overflow:ellipsis; white-space:nowrap;"><a href="https://www.instagram.com/p/Bxg8bdnIaYL/" style=" color:#c9c8cd; font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; font-style:normal; font-weight:normal; line-height:17px; text-decoration:none;" target="_blank">Публикация от CCN - Cerri Cantieri Navali (@ccn_yachts)</a> <time style=" font-family:Arial,sans-serif; font-size:14px; line-height:17px;" datetime="2019-05-16T07:18:18+00:00">16 Май 2019 в 12:18 PDT</time></p></div></blockquote> <script async src="//www.instagram.com/embed.js"></script>Vanadis is named after a goddess from the Norse mythology, standing for war, death, love, beauty, fertility and gold. Described as 'truly European project’, the yacht features fully-aluminium construction, with both exteriors and interiors developed by Dutch studio Guido de Groot, along with naval architecture by the Dutch studio Ginton Naval Architects. Furthermore, the technical on-board solutions employ work by Siemens and Schottel. The yacht offers accommodation to up to six guests within a master suite and two guest doubles on the lower deck. The crew capacity on-board makes 4 people.The indoor areas of the main deck include a spacious salon furnished with a large L-shaped sofa, a dining area and an open galley behind the wheelhouse. Two comfortable lounge areas both forward and aft lay on the main deck, as well. On the flybridge, there is the second pilot station with sun loungers, a bar area and a dining area, designed for outdoor relaxation.Equipped with two Schottel STP 150 FP azimuth thrusters, the yacht is driven by a hybrid system. The system deploys traditional diesel engines along with an electric engine supplied by generators or batteries. That ensures low diesel consumption and limits environmental impact, as well as increases comfort on-board through reduced noise and vibrations both at anchor and while cruising. Furthermore, the yacht also comes equipped with both gyroscope- and fin- anti-rolling stabilising systems.The launch of Vanadis demonstrates the Italian boatbuilder's move towards building more environmentally efficient, lower consumption superyachts as the motor yacht is the first vessel in CCN's new 'E-Prop' line of hybrid propulsion crafts.CCN’s CEO Diego Michele Deprati explains:The Vanadis opens up a new era for CCN. We want to be pioneers in promoting a cultural revolution that we deem essential to truly respecting our planet.He highlights:Green technology' is the way ahead our shipyard has chosen for the future. The new “E-Prop” range has been born with a view to widening and deepening current research on innovative technological devices and solutions, with the final goal of safeguarding the Earth, which has now become an imperative.Thanks to her double CAT C9.3 B engines, Vanadis reaches the top speed at 12.5 knots and cruises at 8 knots under electric mode. She is also fitted with a set of AKASOL lithium-ion batteries (175 kWh), allowing her to remain at anchor at zero emissions for up to 17 hours in a row and to cruise at limited speed for up to 120 minutes, depending on the power load. The launch of Vanadis demonstrates the Italian builder's course towards more environmentally efficient, lower consumption superyachts, as Vanadis is the first vessel in CCN's new 'E-Prop' line of hybrid propulsion crafts.The general move towards eco-efficient yacht production has been recently on trend, for instance, with Dutch builder Feadship, opening new eco-friendly facility in Amsterdam or introducing new 65m concept Silence with plastic removal system on-board.