This past weekend, Heesen Yachts showed off their newest project at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, which wraps up today. Called Project Nina, the 124-foot motoryacht was apparently designed with American yachtsmen in mind and features work from the Milan-based studio, Hot Lab.
According to Yachting Magazine, the vessel will be powered by “a pair of MTU 16V 2000 M96L engines generating a top speed of 23 knots. Humphree active interceptors will be standard and owners can choose Naiad Zero-Speed stabilizers.” Floor-to-ceiling windows will allow plenty of natural light into the main deck salon and dining area, while the master suite is designed more like an apartment and will include a study and a walk-in closet. Four cabins can be found below deck, as well as enough room for six crewmembers.
Though there is space on the lower deck aft meant for an 18-foot tender and various water toys, Heesen says it can also be used for a beach club-like space.