After gone through some of the most rigorous tests for superyachts, Heesen’s new motoryacht Ann G finally saw the holiness of the day. Ann G is a fully displacement 50 meter yacht with a steel hull with 499 GRT, designed by naval architects Van Oossanen and Heesen engineering team as an individual customized project. She is a result of more than three years of effective cooperation of the famous Dutch shipyard and brokerage company Arcon Yachts, which carried out all the comprehensive maintenance and management of the project at all stages of design and construction.
The exterior design of the yacht, created by Clifford Denn is absolutely unique because of almost complete customization and thoughtful attention of the Owner and designers to the smallest details: starting from the shape of the mast and the soft contours of the hull, and ending up with a special form of handrails. The general style of the yacht Ann G is both classical and classy, elegant and brutal.
There are 5 guest cabins on board of the yacht Ann G: 4 cabins on the lower deck are for guests, and then upper on the main deck there is the Owner’s suite. One of the most distinctive features of Heesen 50 m project is a very large beach club with a bar, a hammam and fitness equipment in the stern of the vessel, as well as non-standard storage location for tender and water toys in the garage and in the forward part of the main deck.
The hull of the new 50 meter yacht project is painted in customized Dark Night Blue color, designed specifically for this yacht.
If you try to describe in a few words the interior aesthetics designed and realized by famous designer bureau Raymond Langton Design, this ambitious new displacement yacht project is a smart and subtle reinterpretation of Art Deco style. She is decorated with countless stone mosaics, exquisite selection of marbles, with all guest areas fully finished in walnut and Macassar ebony. There are diverse art elements throughout the yacht, including a huge chandelier over the dining table on the main deck, luxurious panels on the lower deck and huge sculpture, towering in the stairwell from the lower deck to the top.
Moreover, technical solutions applied on the yacht, such as extra-wide doorways and stairwells, traditionally used on the yachts of a much larger size, create a feeling of astonishing spaciousness and comfort on board.
Ann G is powered by two MTU 8V 4000 M63 diesel engines, so the new vessel will be able to reach a maximum speed of 15 knots and make an autonomous navigation range of 4,000 nautical miles at a speed of 12 knots.