We are delighted to report that the construction of our largest steel motor yacht, the 67-metre Project Sparta, continues to proceed on schedule.
On April 29, the completed hull was turned right way up to allow engineering fit-out to begin.
Sparta’s hull was assembled at Talsma in Franeker, the Netherlands, a specialist yard, which has undertaken steel fabrication for Heesen since 2008 as the risk of chemical cross-contamination makes it technically inadvisable to weld both steel and aluminium on the same site. Like Heesen, Talsma operates at the highest levels of efficiency and professionalism, and as a loyal partner to the shipyard has been crucial to Heesen’s continuing success in long-range, steel-hulled yachts.
Project Sparta will be one of the superyacht stories of the year when she is delivered in 2023.
Read more about Project Sparta on our website
A Dutch shipyard dedicated to pushing the boundaries in design, engineering and construction, Heesen is a company that continues to evolve. Since its founding father Frans Heesen acquired the business in 1978, it has been building superyachts in aluminium and steel that offer speed, style and fuel-efficient cruising. Its award-winning vessels continue to match the owner’s exacting demands, and its unrelenting focus on quality, craftsmanship and innovation has created one of the world’s most impressive shipbuilding legacies.
We look for talented people to join our team. Would you like to work with us? Check out the vacancies at https://werkenbij.heesenyachts.com/
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