Project Antares is a 55 metre superyacht with a steel hull type FDHF (Fast Displacement Hull Form), which only four weeks ago, has found its owner, an experienced yachtsman from America. May 14 at the shipyard Heesen Yachts in the Dutch town of OSS, the hull was connected to the superstructure and installed in the engine room with two MTU engine 8V4000 M63.
The super yacht will have a number of specific features that will allow it to serve as a floating base for sports fishing fleet owner. For example, refueling with fuel and recharging the batteries of the two vessels for sport fishing, which will make possible their presence in the sea for several days.
Another difference from Antares super yachts of the same type – area of the apartment owner, which is 80 m2. The gross capacity of the vessel is approximately 740 gross tone.
Yacht 55 m Anatares under construction (left) and hybrid yacht 50 m Home (right)
Over the individualization of interior of super-yachts in close contact with the owner and his team work with Italian designers Francesco Paszkowski and Margherita Casprini.
“After meeting with the client, with whom we immediately established complete rapport, we started to work with the existing interior design of internal premises in order to improve the 80-metre owner’s Suite, the lobby and interior of the upper deck and bring them into full compliance with the lifestyle and taste of the customer,” – says Francesco Paszkowski. “We’re going to propose some changes to the layout, new materials and finishes. To do this, we plan to examine in detail certain materials, which will bring the interior an abundance of luxury and elegance. We have no doubt that the talented specialists in different fields of Heesen Yachts Interiors can once again skillfully translate our designs”.
Project Antares is ready to be handed over to the owner in November 2018.