A busy boat show season for Heesen!

6 september 2022

Heesen Yachts is delighted to confirm its attendance at the key Boat Shows this Fall. The season will kick off with the annual press and influencer breakfast at the Hotel Hermitage. Arthur Brouwer, our CEO, will share his view on the current market situation and give an update on the shipyard's evolution. Heesen's popular chat show, YachtTalk, will be live from the press conference stage. Charlotte Kan, our host, will discuss with Friso Visser, our CCO, Heesen's unique commercial- proposition and present a new design concept. "We look forward to meeting with clients, brokers, captains and press to share the energy and excitement of the boat shows in both Monaco and Fort Lauderdale. Yachting is a people industry, and we can't wait to celebrate our new ventures, as well as share the current course of our company, during this milestone year for Heesen." comments Arthur Brouwer. Since 2021, Heesen's new stand is located at the heart of the Monaco Yacht Show, on the Appontement Jules Soccal JS09, the area dedicated to the Superyacht Builders Association (SYBASS). From 28 September to 2 October, the 60m full custom MY Lusine's presence will grace the dock in front of the stand. She will be a showstopper with exterior lines by Frank Laupman of Omeg Architects and interiors by Sinot Yacht Design and Architecture. YN 19360, MY Lusine is the largest steel yacht built by Heesen to date and has the most intricate interior ever crafted by our in‐house team of fine‐cabinet makers. "This very large and complex project was both a challenge and an inspiration." Commented shipyard CCO Friso Visser. "The market is evolving, and we are ready to meet that demand. Lusine beautifully exemplifies how Heesen meets the requests of experienced clients who want to create a statement yacht." On 26‐30 October, at the 67th edition of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show, Heesen will display the latest in the 50m Steel displacement Series, the magnificent YN 19650 Project Aura with exterior lines by Clifford Denn and interior design by Reymond Langton.