Heesen Yachts Project Nina is a 124-foot apartment-style yacht that was designed for the American yachtsman
Heesen Yachts Project Nina’s specs represent a regional package that makes her particularly suitable for cruising in the Caribbean and South Florida. Unveiled at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, the 124-foot superyacht has been developed in partnership with Italian design studio Hot Lab.
Heesen Yachts Project Nina is powered by a pair of MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines generating a top speed of 23 knots. Humphree active interceptors will be standard and owners can choose Naiad Zero-Speed stabilizers. HotLab Yacht & Design granted Nina a truly Italian style. The Milan-based studio created a traditional-looking, raised-pilothouse yacht with a straight hull, but the subtle curves on the pilothouse deck give it an unusual profile.[justified_image_grid preset=18 ids=21338,21339,21340,21341 caption=off]
The all-aluminium, semi-displacement vessel can accommodate up to ten guests in 2 double and 2 twin en-suite cabins located on the lower deck. The owner’s full-beam suite is placed forward on the main deck. The main deck salon and dining area have full-height windows to let plenty of natural light in and open amazing water views. The full-beam master stateroom forward on the main deck is stylized as an apartment with a study and walk-in closet. Belowdecks are four guest staterooms, plus quarters for six crew far forward.
The forward placement of the crew area leaves the lower deck aft open for an 18-foot tender, water toys and a guest day-head with shower. Depending on how owners want to use this lazarette space, there is the option of turning the area into a superyacht-style beach club.
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