Heesen Yachts reflects back on a successful 2021 and outlines its plans for the year ahead.
The start of a new year is a time of assessment for all of us, and that is no different at Heesen Yachts.
The Dutch shipyard has reviewed the year that has passed, acknowledging the achievements of both delivering four yachts and selling five amidst the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Looking forward to 2022 Heesen is excited about the upcoming delivery of their flagship build Project Cosmos.
At 80m the superyacht is the largest and fastest all-aluminium yacht in the world with an impressive top speed of almost 30 knots.
Though this build might be a sign of dipping their toes outside of their usual 50-57m range, the shipyard has 14 yachts under construction, many of which will be of the size in which they are most au fait with constructing.
2021 saw Heesen launch their more eco-conscious programme, BlueNautech, at the Monaco Yacht Show.
The coming year will see it continue its partnership with the Water Revolution Foundation, a science-driven NGO that works to neutralise the superyacht industry’s ecological footprint.