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Heesen Electra is the Rolls-Royce of superyachts

The era of the hybrid superyacht has now officially begun. Electra is the second one that Dutch shipbuilder Heesen has made – and given their relative efficiency and quietness, we’re hoping it won’t be the last

Heesen Electra

If Riva is the Ferrari of the sea, then Heesen is its Rolls-Royce.

It’s difficult to accurately communicate build quality in photographs, but if you’re ever lucky enough to go aboard one, you’ll know what we mean.

Electra is the latest launch from the Dutch shipbuilder. Her sleek, sharp exteriors have been designed by Frank Laupman – the founder of Omega Architects and a legend in the business.

Inside, Electra has a contemporary flowing layout full of the all-important floor-to-ceiling windows that allow you to enjoy those ever-changing views.

Electra has room for 12 guests in six staterooms all with private en-suite bathrooms.

The full-beam master stateroom includes an office and a vanity area (seems fitting).

There’s also a gym with sauna, and a an outdoor sundeck with Jacuzzi.

Crucially, it’s more fuel efficient than many of its peers thanks to a hybrid engine.

This also means it can cruise in quiet mode at speeds of up to nine knots. 

She's Electra – and we're huge fans. 

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For more information: heesenyachts.com

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