The renowned Dutch shipyard Heesen has almost unveiled a brand new superyacht project – a 57m long aluminum boat called Akira…
This enchanting yacht comes with the hull of the FDHF type, with exterior lines made by the esteemed Dutch studio Omega Architects, while the interior is taken care of by the London studio Harrison Eidsgaard Limited.
Akira 780 GT yacht is designed to be fast, with sleek lines and extremely spacious interiors. It has an elongated profile with interestingly shaped forage, which gives it a sporty yet sophisticated look. The aggressiveness of its corners is balanced by the elongated profile of the boat, which makes it look incredibly elegant when on the water. But that’s not all.
Heesen Akira yacht is powered by twin MTU 16V 4000 M65L engines, each with 2,560 kW, which makes it easy to accelerate up to 22 knots. The new Heesen 5700 Aluminum boat is designed to connect with the environment, not as a hiding place. The interior features floor-to-ceiling windows, creating the impression of open space and soothing atmosphere. The interior design can be customized depending on the needs and wishes of the future owner.
When it comes to the fun aspect, Akira will not disappoint you either, as it has a spacious sun deck and alfresco setting for dining, sun loungers and jacuzzi. The bridge comes with another alfresco dining area, and there is a beach club with a seating area, a bar and a large swim platform.
Akira offers ample room for up to twelve people, offering incredible comfort in five guest cabins, while the owner will have their own part with a private bathroom and a freestanding bathtub.