Heesen Yachts announced the sale of a new, revolutionary 65-metre all-aluminium motor yacht based on the Fast Displacement Hull Form (FDHF).

Developed by Dutch naval architects Van Oossanen & Associates, the Heesen 6500 FDHF is an innovative concept that increases the overall performance of the yacht.

Tank tests have shown that in comparison with traditional hard chine and round bilge hulls, FDHF improves the efficiency of the vessel by around 30%.

Heesen 65m yachts exterior was designed by Omega Architects. She is able to accommodate up to 12 guests in 6 beautiful cabins and has a crew of 13.

Notable design features include a touch-and-go helipad forward and a semi-shaded area surrounding the swimming poolon the main deck.

On the lower deck is a vast beach club area, whose design incorporates bar, sauna and hammam.

In addition to the large transom platform, there is a side balcony that opens from the hull to the port side to provide the owner and his guests with an even closer connection to the sea.

Another interesting feature of the Heesen 65 megayacht design is the glass bottom of swimming-pool located on the main deck.

This feature allows the natural light to glimmer through through the water to the bar area beneath.

The Heesen 65 m Fast Displacement Yacht is powered by 2 x MTU 20V4000M93L engines to a maximum speed of 27 knots.

The vessel can comfortably cruise at 24 knots at approx 75% engine power output. Her range at 14 knots is of 4,500 nautical miles.

Source: Charterworld

Source link