Heesen’s first explorer concept design, Xventure, was launched four years ago. The 57-meter motor yacht boasts dramatic good looks and rugged capability. Following the latest design and technology developments, the yacht builder teamed up with London-based yacht designer Winch Design to revisit the concept and refreshed it with new solutions, new layouts, and thus, to create the XV67.
The XV67 concept is designed for clients who desire to tailor the yacht to suit their needs, lifestyle, and the type of adventure they seek. The platform incorporates Heesen’s performance innovations in a proper superyacht package, not a re-purposed commercial ship. The option of hybrid propulsion is now available on all Heesen yachts.
The new vessel is developed to travel off the beaten track in total safety and comfort. Her robust steel hull remains, but at 67 meters, she is 10 meters longer than her predecessor. This yacht is designed to roam the Galapagos islands or even the Arctic Ocean but still look elegant. The new XV67 remains true to Heesen’s original design goal: to create an exceptionally capable and beautiful bluewater voyager that will inspire owners to venture into new terrain.
The tenders are moved to the open aft deck to free up the garage space for larger guest cabins. The yacht builder also introduces a three-story master stateroom, including a private deck. Bigger tenders or even a personal submarine can be stored on deck.
Thanks to Heesen’s forward planning, the basic engineering of this concept has come to fruition and will help clients save time in creating their future yacht.
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