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Heesen Yachts’ 80-metre Project Cosmos sold

Project Cosmos
Project Cosmos
Project Cosmos’ sketch by Heesen Yachts

Project Cosmos, an 80.07-metre all-aluminium FDHF motor yacht by Heesen Yacht, has recently been sold and is expected for delivery in April 2022.

This is already the second contract in 2018 for the Dutch shipyard, which had collected six contracts only last year. Project Cosmos is the largest yacht to date to be built by Heesen, following on from the yard’s successful projects in the 60-metre plus market, such as the 65-metre Galactica Star in 2013, the 70-metre Galactica Super Nova in 2016, and the recent 60-metre Project Falcon.

At 80.07 metres, 1,700GT and with a top speed of 29 knots, Project Cosmos will be the world’s largest and fastest full-aluminium motor yacht with conventional propeller propulsion system. Featuring the revolutionary FDHF by van Oossanen and four MTU 20V diesel engines, Project Cosmos will boast state-of-the-art technology, outstanding performance and a distinctive design.

The owners have chosen Winch Design studio for the development of the yacht’s design, asking for a streamlined and innovative profile yet retaining Heesen traditional muscular sportiness and timeless elegance. The extensive use of glass and the combination of soft and sculpted shapes make Project Cosmos a charming contemporary yacht.

Among the remarkable features expected on board Project Cosmos, there will be a fully-rated helicopter landing pad for a Eurocopter EC135, convertible into an outdoor cinema, a generous seven-metre pool with contra-jets for swimming, waterfall and glass bottom, a luxurious beach club with a sunken walk-around bar and large transom and side platforms, a full-custom limousine tender by Winch Design.

Twelve guests will be comfortably accommodated across four guest suites located on the lower deck, a VIP with an adjacent private studio on the bridge deck, and the master stateroom on the main deck forward. A crew of nineteen will also be hosted onboard in eleven cabins.