Launched in the Netherlands in 1978, Heesen Yachts has established itself as one of the most respected shipyards in the world of luxury yachts. Innovative and modern in design and construction, Heesen’s superior craftsmanship provides truly quality semi custom Dutch yachts. Each Heesen yacht is catered to the buyer’s individual needs utilising in-house expertise, meaning no two yachts from Hessen are ever the same. Heesen luxury yachts are built using the latest in modern technology, state of the art technical equipment and luxury and comfort in mind. It’s no wonder that Heesen continues to win superyacht awards almost annually for their innovative designs.
Having worked with over 100 clients, Heesen yachts are mostly know for their ‘quality’. They ensure that attention has been provided to every detail achieving perfect results every time. With their semi custom Dutch yachts from 30-50m, they have an impressive range of further yachts between 38-51m ready for construction. Ever growing and becoming recognised for their yacht reliability and modern innovation Heesen Yachts is a renowned World leader in the superyacht industry.
Award winning shipyard Heesen has produced many semi custom Dutch yachts since 1978. While all are different they all share the signature characteristics of the Heesen approach – high-quality, craftsmanship and outstanding design. One great example of Heesen’s work is 47m MY SECRET, which features a Bannerberg/Rowell interior, a full beam sky lounge and is Lloyd’s Class LY2. LADY PETRA, also from the renowned shipyard, is 47m, is wheelchair accessible, and was custom built for the founder of Heesen. She offers large common areas and is a fine Dutch masterpiece. Currently for sale with Fraser, LADY AZUL is a 39.4m Heesen yacht boasting a large garage and swim platform.
Fraser has a long history of successfully selling Heesen yachts, a selection of yachts for sale built by Heesen is shown below. PROJECT ASTER
is the latest in Heesen's successful 5000 aluminium class.
Thanks to Heesen’s experience acquired from building six yachts in this class, ASTER’s interior has been perfectly engineered by the shipyard’s technical office, and the production process optimised. Nothing has been left to the chance, with the smallest of details fine-tuned and all aesthetic and practical points well-conceived over time. From the mounting of panels to the bespoke cabinetry, the execution has been mastered over time, and is now faultless.