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Heesen’s Project SkyFall Launched and Christened Ultra G
Heesen has launched the Project SkyFall at its facility in Oss on January 27 and christened M/Y Ultra G. This is the shipyard's first launch of 2023. Ultra G’s layout is conceived to welcome friends aboard for sociable fishing adventures while allowing the master apartment to maintain a necessary level of privacy, peace and quiet on the bridge deck with its private terrace. A hot tub, a large walk-in wardrobe and an ample bathroom with a central oval bath and separate shower stall provide all the home comforts.Entertaining family and friends is the raison d’être of all social areas, indoors and out. A custom wine fridge, with discrete sections at different temperatures, takes pride of place in the main saloon. The media room, home to a Samsung The Wall screen 1814mm by 8063mm and an elegant games table on the main deck forward, is undoubtedly the pièce de résistance. The sundeck, with its infinity pool facing aft, is ideal for receptions and musical entertainments.Canine guests are well taken care of too, thanks to a series of carefully thought-out details to make their life at sea as safe and stress-free as possible. Among several features, the most notable is certainly the 'relief area', a self-flushing area of the side deck finished in synthetic grass, complete with sensors, cameras and sprinklers.13 crew will be on hand to take care of 10 guests, with discreet separate routing allowing them to seamlessly service every area of the yacht.Ultra G's thunder will come from 22,000 horsepower generated by four MTU 20V 4000 engines, driving four Kongsberg S90 waterjets. The outer engines, compliant with the latest Tier III environmental regulations, drive steerable jets, while the center engines operate fixed booster units. With less back-pressure and a slightly higher power output, the center engines will be used solely for the highest speeds. Waterjet drives lower the yacht's draft to less than three meters and reduce vibration by 40 per cent compared with traditional shafts and propellers.Thanks to its lightweight aluminum Fast Displacement Hull Form, complete with course fins, gyro stabilizers and interceptor trim plates, MY Ultra G will reach a top speed of 37 knots in light load conditions. Her efficient FDHF hull will also deliver a much smoother, flatter ride compared to a conventional semi-displacement shape, while its extra volume offers plenty of space for equipment and amenities. Three gyro-stabilizers will keep the yacht comfortable at low speeds.Ultra G is now undergoing system commissioning testing before leaving Oss for intensive trials in the North Sea.Heesen Yachts is a Dutch ship building company that specializes in custom-built superyachts in aluminum and steel from 30m to 70m in size. Founded in 1978, it has launched more than 170 yachts since its inception.Credits: Heesen Yachts
First 88M 3D-Printed Pegasus Revealed by Jozeph Forakis
After the world premiere of his award-winning CLX96 design (exterior and interior) at FLIBS 2022, international designer Jozeph Forakis presents the visionary Pegasus envisioned for introduction in 2030. The futuristic yacht was conceived on a beach in Koufonissi island, Greece. "I was inspired to create a yacht as close to the sea and nature as possible, made of clouds floating above the waterline," Forakis says, "I wanted to honor nature by blending into it, becoming virtually invisible." This desire for "invisibility" drove Forakis to develop a true zero emissions yacht that is "invisible both in design and in her environmental impact." Jozeph ForakisWith characteristic in-depth research, Forakis and his team composed a symphony of selected advanced technologies (existing and currently in development) to achieve unprecedented levels of sustainably, range, and structural integrity. The 88m superyacht's construction uses robotic 3D printing to create a mesh framework integrating both hull and superstructure. The result is an extraordinarily strong and lightweight structure that can be produced using less energy, material, waste, space, and time compared to conventional construction. The exterior design starts with a low, linear hull with a plumb bow and silvery metallic finish, which blends chameleon-like with the water's colors and movements. This foundation at the waterline supports the superstructure with multi-tiered, ephemeral glass wings that reflect the clouds and the sky. The centerpiece of the futuristic interior design is the multi-level "Tree of Life" – a living, breathing monument to mother nature and the nucleus of the hydroponic garden providing fresh food and air purification. The base of the tree emerges from a reflecting pool on the lower deck and is surrounded by the hydroponic + meditation Zen Garden. The tree extends vertically through all four levels accompanied by a sculptural spiral staircase. The spacious guest lounges showcase the harmonious balance of minimalist design and living nature, both inside with living greenery and rich appointments skillfully integrated throughout, as well outside with uninterrupted views in all directions and copious daylight penetrating to the core.The top level is exclusive to the owner, with a forward facing master-suite featuring a large private terrace.The forward pool club has an aquarium-style lap pool and expansive horizontal windows that transform into open balconies on both port and starboard. When closed, the pool cover functions as the helipad. At the aft of the ship, the open beach club with an oversized hot tub and fold-down balconies transforms into an enclosed solarium with sliding glass panels across the ceiling and down the transom bulkhead.Solar energy converts seawater into hydrogen, producing zero emissions and infinite range. In operation Pegasus will produce zero carbon emissions and will have a virtually unlimited range. Solar energy is used to convert seawater into hydrogen which is stored for longer periods. “Now is the time for courageous leaps toward our collective sustainable future. Pegasus is a bold but achievable vision for the near future of the superyacht industry, where man and machine live in harmony with nature rather than competing or compromising it,” said Jozeph Forakis.Credits: Jozeph Forakis
Royal Huisman’s Project 405 Nilaya Left Construction Hall
Panamax sloop Nilaya has departed from her construction hall at the builder’s Vollenhove facility in preparation for the installation of her towering rig in Amsterdam. Nilaya’s racy, low profile with its straight bow, wide transom, and twin rudders, echoes the look of her owners’ previous highly successful maxi-racer of the same name. Not surprisingly, she is from the boards of the same naval architecture and design firms, Reichel / Pugh and Nauta, both firms with impressive reputations for high-performance sailing yachts. Exploring all the options for a luxurious performance cruiser also capable of podium finishes at superyacht regattas, the team made full design studies for the yacht in both carbon and aluminum using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) to optimize hull shape and balance. Royal Huisman’s Featherlight™ method, an evolution of nearly 60 years of aluminum yacht-building experience melded with the latest carbon technology, provides her owners the best of both materials for a no-compromise yacht. Nauta Design’s Mario Pedol noted that the choice of primary hull material did not fundamentally change the yacht’s layout or total weight. “With Reichel / Pugh, we set the target weight. Royal Huisman really embraced the concept. It was a very good process, good collaboration.” The Featherlight™ process makes use of Finite Element Analysis (FEA), a design methodology rooted in spacecraft technology. FEA modeling enabled selecting various construction materials and varied Alustar aluminum plate thicknesses and frame spacing to maximize hull stiffness while minimizing total displacement. With engineering and weight management brought in-house, the approach was comprehensive, extending to lighting, insulation, and all mechanical systems. The interior, too, benefited from careful weight analysis. All interior structural members utilize lightweight foam coring. Capturing the carbon fiber expertise of its sister company Rondal, Royal Huisman’s engineering team used this synergy to analyze and predict which structural components would be best made of composites or aluminum. For example, the entire 17.5m / 57-foot curvaceous coachroof and guest cockpit structure are carbon composite. Likewise, the recessed tender well on the foredeck (that transforms to a seating area for cruising or a flush deck for racing) is also carbon composite as are a watertight bulkhead, crew entrance, twin rudders, the keel trunk and a cockpit bimini hardtop.Project 405 is also the first yacht of this size range designed to take advantage of structured luff sail design pioneered by Doyle Sails, a choice that allowed the entire Rondal mast, rig, and components to be lighter — a key point considering her Panamax air draft. To take advantage of the very narrow headsail sheeting angles possible, Rondal created a radical new curved carbon fiber spreader design that is both shorter and more aerodynamic than anything previously available. Rondal also supplied new generation hybrid (carbon and aluminum) captive winches, hatches and various sail handling gear. Most deck hardware is titanium. "The success of the innovations with Project 405 paves the way to use this bold new approach for future builds. I am proud of the investment we have made in advanced engineering and of the way teams from Royal Huisman and Rondal advanced new solutions to meet the brief from very knowledgeable clients and designers. The owners as well deserved congratulations for pushing everyone to achieve just a little bit more and for encouraging innovation at every step. Nilaya will be the world’s lightest aluminum sailing superyacht for her length: she rewrites the script for high-performance superyachts,” says Jan Timmerman, Royal Huisman CEO.The 46.8-meter Project 405 Nilaya will be delivered to her owners in the coming months.Royal Huisman is a Dutch shipyard established in 1884 in Ronduite, building and refitting custom luxury sailing and motor yachts at its shipyard in Vollenhove, the Netherlands.Credits: Tom van Oossanen/Royal Huisman
42m Feadship Synthesis 66 Joins the Market
The 41.8m classic Feadship Synthesis 66 is now available for sale with Northrop & Johnson Yacht Broker Ed Dickinson. Photo by Guillaume PlissonAfter a recent extensive refit from 2020 through to Spring 2023 at Monaco Marine, Synthesis 66 saw a full rebuild of her bridge deck aft, a full repaint, all new teak decking, an overhaul of all her mechanical systems. Her interior was also rebuilt under the supervision of Boutsen, Monaco. Photo by Guillaume PlissonThe redesign retained many of her original elements, including her beautiful woodwork. Her interiors are elegant, timeless and classic throughout, with light neutrals and clever pops of color. She can comfortably accommodate up to 10 guests across five cabins, with a further five cabins for a total of nine crew. Photo by Guillaume PlissonThe superyacht has ocean cruising capabilities with a range of 3,500 nautical miles thanks to her two Caterpillar engines.With a very successful charter history, Synthesis 66 is asking for EUR23,000,000.Feadship was formed as a group in 1949 as a marketing partnership between six Dutch shipyards, de Vries Lentch, Van de Stadt, Witsen & Vis, Akerboom, De Vries Scheepsbouw and Van Lent Shipyard, and De Voogt Naval Architects. Feadship is well-known as one of the Netherlands’ most elite yacht builders and delivers superyachts from 50–100+ meters in length.Credits: Monaco Marine by Guillaume Plisson
Sunreef 80 Eco and 60 Sunreef Power to Participate in Dubai Yacht Show
At the Dubai International Yacht Show, Sunreef Yachts will present the all-electric Sunreef 80 Eco, as well as one of the best-selling 60 Sunreef Power catamaran models. They will be on display throughout the event, from March 1st to 5th at Dubai Harbor Marina.Sunreef 80 EcoThe Sunreef 80 Eco has distinguishing features including a revolutionary solar panel system integrated into the composite, with photocells built into the hull, superstructure, bimini and catamaran mast. This award-winning electric superyacht is also capable of generating clean energy while under sail thanks to a state-of-the-art hydro-generation system.60 Sunreef PowerThe 60 Sunreef Power is a versatile and modern motor yacht offering exceptional comfort, seaworthiness and complete freedom of customization. Boasting vast living spaces, including a superyacht flybridge and large main saloon with panoramic windows, this unrivaled vessel is the epitome of power catamaran excellence.Sunreef Yachts was founded by Francis Lapp in 2002 in Gdansk, Poland. Since then, the shipyard has been designing and manufacturing luxury sailing and power multihulls. Credits: Sunreef Yachts

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