Project Cosmos is Out of World

Project Cosmos

There seems to be no stopping the Dutch based Heesen Yachts who are building bigger and bigger yachts

The latest; Project Cosmos, an 80.07 metre all-aluminium FDHF (Fast Displacement Hull Form) motoryacht, is the largest yacht ever to be built by the Russian owned ship yard.

Due for delivery in April 2022, Project Cosmos is the second contract sealed by the pioneering Dutch shipyard in 2018, reaffirming the positive trend that began last year with the sale of no less than six yachts.

It follows on from the 60-metre plus market segment with the 65-metre Galactica Star in 2013, then the 70-metre Galactica Super Nova in 2016, and the yard’s most recent accomplishment, Project Falcon.

At 80.07 metres, 1,700GT and with a top speed of 29 knots, Project Cosmos will be the world’s largest and fastest full-aluminium motoryacht with conventional propeller propulsion system.

Combining the FDHF devised by van Oossanen with four MTU 20V diesel engines, Project Cosmos will push the boundaries with a head-turning yacht design, smart technology, and outstanding performance.

Winch Design have been appointed by the owners to create a streamlined yacht with innovative design traits using the combination of soft and sculpted shapes while still retaining the muscular sportiness and timeless elegance of the Heesen concept

Project Cosmos will carry a fully-rated helicopter landing pad suitable for a Eurocopter EC135. The pad transforms into an outdoor cinema when not handling aircraft.

The extensive use of glass is obvious with a crystal elevator serving all decks from the lower deck to the sun deck for full accessibility.

A seven-metre pool with contra-jets for swimming, paired with a waterfall and glass bottom together with a sumptuous beach club with a sunken walk-around bar and large transom and side platforms are just two of the stand out features.

Twelve guests will be accommodated in four well-appointed suites on the lower deck, a VIP with adjacent private studio on the bridge deck, and a master stateroom on the main deck forward.

Nineteen crew in eleven cabins will be able to discretely service the guests.