Heesen Yachts has delivered MySky, a 167-foot custom build that was designed for long-range cruising. Her full-displacement hull is about 600 gross tons, and her range is 5,400 nautical miles at 10 knots.
Frank Laupman of Omega Architects penned her exterior lines, including flush-mounted and tinted windows that are thermo-bonded to the superstructure, giving the appearance of a “wall of glass.”
Heesen Yachts MySky
Erick van Egeraat was tapped for the interior décor, which is described as ultra-contemporary and contrasting monochrome. It features white leather along with dark, high-gloss Makassar woodwork and patterned, backlit white onyx within a black marble base.
Accommodations are for 12 guests in five staterooms. The master is full-beam on the main deck with a walk-in closet and steam shower.
Design features include a circular dining table aft on the main deck near a lounge and bar area that connects to the aft deck, creating an indoor-outdoor entertaining space. The upper deck has a rotating circular white leather seating area as well as a second dining table for entertaining. On the sundeck, guests will find a gymnasium along with a hot tub surrounded by sun pads.
Forward of the bridge is a touch-and-go helipad that can serve double duty as a sunbathing area for private use when MySky is docked stern-to at the quay.
“MySky is a very important achievement for our shipyard,” Mark Cavendish, Heesen’s sales and marketing director, stated in a press release. “Working with Erick van Egeraat and his team — who are new to yachting but are a very talented team of architects — pushed Heesen to overcome its boundaries.”
More information is at www.heesenyachts.com.