Sunday, December 16, 2012

Heesen Yachts Join Project "Azuro"

The construction of YN 16650, project 'Azuro' is progressing on schedule and is due for delivery in the spring of 2014. Her hull and superstructure were joined together on Saturday the 1st of December at the Heesen facility in Oss, the Netherlands. Project Azuro is the fourth in the 50m (164ft) all aluminium class. The first Superyacht in this class was the multi-award winning MY Satori, which was then followed by YN 15850 in 2011 and YN 16050 which is currently under construction and due for delivery in 2013.

Azuro has three out door areas including dining options on both the upper and main decks as well as on the foredeck. Integrated seating and quadruple sunpads provide some great privacy when berthed stern-to in port. Glazed doors between the main saloon and the aft deck open to create a huge 25m entertainment area. On the upper deck, half of the sky lounge is surrounded by glass with doors that retract to create an indoor/outdoor lounge and dining terrace. She will be able to accommodate up to ten guests in a full beam master suite and study on the main deck, a full beam VIP cabin, two double and two twin cabins on the lower deck.

In the next seventeen months the interior by Francesco Paszkowski will be fitted and we will bring you more details as they come in.


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