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Project Neptune Comes Together

Heesen joins hull and superstructure on 184-foot superyacht.

December 11, 2017
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Project Neptune
Project Neptune is 184 feet LOA. Dick Holthuis

Dutch shipyard Heesen recently completed attaching of the hull and superstructure of its 184-foot superyacht Project Neptune at its Oss shipyard.

Her layout includes a 915-square-foot master stateroom, accommodations for eight guests in four staterooms, and an 11-foot, 5-inch swim platform. Each guest stateroom has a king-sized berth and en suite head. There’s also space for 13 crew.

The full-beam master stateroom, which Heesen calls the “owner’s apartment,” is located on the main deck forward and has a gym with steam room, office, bathroom and his and her’s walk-in closets.

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Project Neptune
The hull and superstructure of Project Neptune were joined on Saturday, November 25, 2017. Dick Holthuis

Her interior design comes from England-based firm Reymond Langton — known for massive superyacht designs such as Ann G and Aviva. Project Neptune’s exterior is design by H2, another England-based firm, which worked on Project Jupiter and Ulysses.

Going the distance: Powered by twin MTU 8V 4000 M63 engines, Project Neptune will have a reported cruising range of 4,300 nm at 13 knots.

Project Neptune
Project Neptune has a reported cruising range of 4,300 nm at 13 knots. Dick Holthuis
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