Two new contracts in a week for Heesen Yachts...

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Two new contracts in a week for Heesen Yachts...

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The Dutch semi-custom and custom yachtbuilder says they are for a 50m and 47m.

JUNE 2010

These are the third and the fourth contracts to be signed at Heesen since the beginning of 2010. Heesen’s order book now consists of fourteen yachts from 37-55m (121-180ft) currently at various stages of construction, all of which will be delivered to their owners by the end of 2013.
The recently signed 50m (164ft) one is YN16250, a full-custom semi-displacement motoryacht. With a maximum beam of 10m (33ft), she will be above the 500GT limit. The client came via Monaco-based brokerage house YCO.
The other signing was YN15147, a 47m (154ft) long-range full-displacement vessel, which has seven sisterships. Two of the sisterships have already been recognised at successive World Superyacht Awards in 2009 and ‘10 in the ‘Best Displacement Motor Yacht below 500GT’ category.
Heesen Yachts focus now extends to 65m (213ft) with its latest concept flotation.

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