X-Mission: Heesen going to storm the market of Explorer

The Dutch shipyard “sparkle” in the Explorer segment with a 57-meter concept X-Venture.

For the first time about the X-Venture began in the framework of the Monaco Yacht Show. And not just talk, and even showed renders. Of course, they do not clarify the picture properly, but something became known. First, build it in collaboration with the London Studio Winch Design. Second, it is designed for long distance travel. Thirdly, X-Venture will be able to carry multiple tenders and will get even a helipad.

More information about the upcoming Internet Explorer sounded from the lips of the Director of sales & marketing, Heesen Mark Cavendish (Mark Cavendish) and senior project Manager Winch Design of James Russell (James Russell).

More specifically, the Alliance with Winch Design is no accident. This is one of the most famous design studios in the yachting world. In addition, Heesen promise to remain faithful to uncompromising luxury, coupled with high-speed characteristics of the boat. And we should not, of course, forget about reliability.

As they say at the shipyard, the new concept combines the endurance of Land Rover and Range Rover chic.

You need evidence that X-Venture will be the epitome of comfort? All three decks will permeate into the Elevator with a transparent body. Don’t forget about the pool with Jacuzzi and (a miracle!) winter garden. However, it’s not that now and wonder to take at least Heesen Irisha.

“It’s the first project for Heesen. We believe now is a great time to develop into Explorer, as the market has grown over the last few years,” admits James Russell.

By the way, why is it assumed that in the glorious history of Heesen was not yet expeditionary boats. Not true! In 2001, the Dutch launched a beautiful AlumerciA (now called Unexpected). Recall that as a kind of “additional equipment” to the boat was… the jeep!

In the camp Heesen hope for a warm reception of the concept, and if interest in the X-Venture would be sufficient, then the first order is not long to wait.

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