March 28, 2020

New Model: Heysea Atlantic 115

Chinese yard Heysea Yachts has launched the first hull of its Atlantic 115. The first of a new Atlantic series, construction officially began in March 2018 after the keel was laid in September 2017.  Built to MCA and RINA standards, this raised pilothouse super yacht was developed in collaboration with Jure Bukavec of Uniellè Yacht Design. The interior has been developed by H2 Yacht Design, features accommodation for up to twelve guests split across five staterooms and a convertible Cabana-style beach club. The main-deck master cabin is undoubtedly the pick of the bunch as it benefits from 270-degree panoramic views out to sea. Other key features include an Opacmare Transformer swim platform, a spacious sundeck and crew accommodation for a staff of up to five people. The Heysea Atlantic 115 is powered by twin 1925hp Caterpillar engines for a top speed of 24 knots and a cruising range of 2000 nautical miles at ten knots.
Technical Data:
LOA - 35.2 m (115.4ft)
Beam - 8.38 m
Draft - 1.72 m
Fuel Capacity - 20596 l
Water Capacity - 4497 l
Accommodation - twelve guests in five cabins, five crew in three cabins
Engines - 2 x Cats C32 Acert 1925hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 24 knots max 10 knots economic cruise
Range - 2000 nm at 10 knots
Project - Jure Bukavec of Unielle Yacht Design exterior, H2 interior
Certification - MCA, Rina C hull Mach Y short range

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