Heesen sells the largest superyacht to date: Project Cosmos

Project Cosmos

80m Dutch superyacht

Dutch yard Heesen has announced the sale of the largest yacht to date: the 80m Project Cosmos.

This is the second contract sealed by the Dutch shipyard in 2018, reaffirming the positive trend that began last year with the sale of six yachts. Project Cosmos is the largest yacht to date to be built by Heesen, and follows on from its existing projects in the 60m plus market segment with the 65m Galactica Star in 2013, the 70m Galactica Super Nova in 2016, and its recent accomplishment, 60m Project Falcon.

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At 80.07 meters, 1,700GT and with a top speed of 29 knots, Project Cosmos will be the world’s largest and fastest full-aluminum motoryacht with conventional propeller propulsion system. Thanks to the revolutionary FDHF devised by van Oossanen and four MTU 20V diesel engines, Project Cosmos will surely be a head-turner.

Exterior styling is by Winch Design with a first sketch showing some interesting lines. On the features list, there is a landing pad for a Eurocopter EC135 that transforms into an outdoor cinema, a crystal elevator that services all decks, a large swimming pool with contra-jets, a large beach club and a forward tender garage.

The vessel can accommodate 12 guests in six staterooms. Crew quarters allows for a staff of 19 people.

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