Unveiled to the public at this week’s Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, Project Nina is a new creation by Holland-based Heesen Yachts, an outstanding example dedicated to American yachtsmen. A 124-foot aluminum motoryacht contains a great variety of specially selected opportunities that can be adapted to future owners. The last part comes with the options of adjustments depending on the user’s negligence ideas, it can be easily converted into a garage for water toys or to enable the enjoyment as a true spa. Easy access to the ocean from the space carefully designed to provide the comfort of a true home on the water – a decision on the future owner, since all desires can be fulfilled.
For Project NIna, Heesen Yachts’ designer team joined forces with Hot Lab in Milan,, adding the spirit of the Italian school of style and fashion that are perfectly integrated into all elements of the yacht. In this case Milan studio has chosen path to a flat and smooth appearance of the whole carcass, which is supplemented with subtle curves, creating an ideal yacht for cruising the vastness of the Caribbean.
The yacht boasts stylish and luxurious spaces, such as the main deck salon and dining area have full-height windows for natural light and water views, and the full-beam master stateroom forward on the main deck is laid out as a mini-apartment with a study and walk-in closet. Below decks are four guest staterooms, plus quarters for six crew far forward.
Power will be 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.