Heesendeclaredthat Project Ruya is prepared for the outfitting  level. She is scheduled to be delivered in March 2017.


RUYA or YN 17947 is a complete displacement motor yacht with a whole outside deck area of 180 sqm. Her sun deck consists of an expanse of 85m. A transom is available at the stern which changes into a platform for swimming. There is a tender garage as well with a 65m tender which is stored, as well as a jet ski of 3m.


 Bannenberg & Rowell  fashioned the inside of Ruya. It is possible for twelve visitors to sleep in 5 staterooms on board. The suite of the owner is situated on the key deck at the section infront. The rest of the staterooms are on the deck below and are fitted with bathrooms that are ensuite.


 Dickie Bannenberg states, ‘We obtained the concept of motion as the basis for the latest interior idea for Project Ruya. Therefore, anticipate a tight, manly and smooth design with hi-tech finishing which is sporty. The atmosphere is going to be refreshing and simple, with materials, carpets and pictures subtly depicting messages of advancement, strength and guidance.’


‘We believe this matches Heesen’s modern and advancing brand standards and Project Ruya is going to be a valuable enhancement to the fleet of Heesen. She is the fifth collaboration we have with the yard in its famous 47m class.’


Heesen is going to provide her with a couple of diesel engines that are MTU 8V 4000 for a high pace of 15 knots. At a 12 knots economical pace, she presents a 4,000 nautical miles transatlantic range.


Heseen’s 45 m ‘Amore Mio’  (Project Necto) Makes Preparations


Currently, Heesen’s Project Necto is Motor Yacht Amore Mio which is prepared to venture to the waters of  North Sea to facilitate sea tests.


The design of Amore Mio was meant to favor speed; Heesen’s naval engineers provided her with 30 knots high speed. The outside’s appearance which is chic and sporty, originated fromOmega Architectspens. Cristiano Gatto  together with hisgroup of designers is the third team. 


Heesen built her hull (semi-displacement) in total aluminum and fitted her with a couple of diesel engines of MTU 16V, active interceptors and gyro stabilizers; these are some of Amore Mio’s main features.


There is a fly bridge on the sun deck with the normally modern yacht class such as a lounge section that has arm chairs as well as a chef’s special: Teppanyaki- a design of Japanese cuisine and dining.


Man Overboard (MOB) Rapid Reaction System was created by the build captain. If a person notes a man overboard, the individual is able to press one of the various buttons fixed through the yacht for opening the hatches and throwing life rings inside the water, for setting off the bridge’s alarm and crew sections and to note the card’s situation.


The garage for tender is going to accomodate a mahogany tender of 5.90m by Boesch a Swiss boat manufacturer.