Galactica Super Nova
Heesen Yachts new flagship superyacht GALACTICA SUPER NOVA has won the finest new superyacht award and the best exterior design award. At 70 metres, the Galactica Super Nova is the largest Heesen yacht built to date. This aluminium fast displacement yacht is the perfect combination of speed, style and space with a top speed of 30 knots. Galactica Super Nova has an incredible 357 square metres of deck space and guest activities range from sunbathing, dining, spa, jet-pool, Jacuzzis or lounging in the sun or shade.
Sold in December 2013, Galactica Super Nova slender aluminium hull was engineered, built and delivered in just 41 months. The renowned Dutch naval architects van Oossanen devised the revolutionary hull form of the GALACTICA SUPER NOVA in collaboration with the Heesen’s in-house specialists. An extremely thorough pre-design phase, developed during more than 35 years of yacht building experience, resulted in a very efficient construction process.
This Superyacht offers advanced technology with fixed-pitch propellers combined with a Rolls Royce central booster jet and the revolutionary Fast Displacement Hull.
Some of the special features include:
A 6m swim-jet infinity pool with waterfall, glass-panelled bottom and spa jets for a hydro massage.
The Foredeck can be used as a helipad, informal dining, sunbathing or an outdoor cinema.
The shaded sundeck includes sun pads, barbeque, bar, dining area and lounge.
44 square metres space of folding platforms from the 146 square metres beach club.
The upper deck combines with the sky lounge to create an enormous entertainment area of 92 square metres.
Type: Fast Displacement
Length over All: 70.07 Metres / 229 Feet
Beam Over All: 11.90 Metres / 39 Feet
Draft: 3.25 Metres / 10 Feet
Max Speed (50% Load): 29.9 Knots
Range at 12 Knots: 4.000 Nautical Miles
Cabins: Full-Beam Master Suite, One VIP Cabin, Four Double Cabins
2016 Monaco Yacht Show: Best exterior design and finest new Superyacht of the Year
2016 World Yachts Trophies: Best exterior design 2016