Heesen Sells Biggest Yacht to Date

The 262-foot Project Cosmos is scheduled for delivery in 2022.

Heesen Project Cosmos
At 262 feet length overall, Project Cosmos is Heesen Yachts’ biggest yacht to date. Heesen Yachts

Heesen Yachts in the Netherlands has sold its biggest yacht to date: the 262-foot Project Cosmos, scheduled for delivery in 2022.

Project Cosmos, with a projected top speed of 29 knots, is expected to become the world’s largest and fastest all-aluminum motoryacht with conventional propeller propulsion. Her Fast Displacement Hull Form by Van Oossanen will be powered by four MTU 20-V engines.

Winch Design has been tapped for design. Features are expected to include a helipad that converts to an outdoor cinema; a “crystal elevator” from the lower deck to the sundeck; a 23-foot pool with a waterfall, glass bottom and contraflow jets for swimming; a beach club with a sunken bar; and a custom limousine tender (also by Winch Design).


Project Cosmos will take 12 guests in four lower-deck staterooms, a bridge-deck VIP stateroom and a main-deck master. There also will be 11 cabins for 19 crew.

Additional news from Heesen: The hull and superstructure have been joined on Project Aster. She’s a 164-foot yacht that’s still available for purchase; delivery is scheduled in June 2019.


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