A stylish 220-foot Explorer Yacht Concept features a three-story owner's suite
The new Heesen XV67 also features a private owner's deck.
Dutch yachting giants Azimut and the prolific London studio have just unveiled a groundbreaking superyacht concept based on a design revealed four years ago.
Xventure, the duo's 187-foot expedition vessel, was introduced in 2018. The new 220-footer is bigger and better. In addition to the good looks and rugged capabilities of the previous craft, the XV67 has "new solutions, new layouts and new appeal."
Aft deck tenders were moved onboard to create more interior space. The garage space that was previously used for parking was converted into guest cabins. This change also allowed the designers to create a three-story owner's stateroom with a private deck. Additionally, the aft deck can accommodate larger tenders and subs than the garage ever could. There are also expandable platforms aft and a bow lounge where you can touch and go to the helipad.
A robust explorer capable of traversing the globe, the XV67 is still stylish enough to cruise the waters of Saint-Tropez and look right at home. Its sleek, avant-garde exterior features bold lines and a strong silhouette. Despite being 33 feet longer than the predecessor, she has the same sturdy steel hull.
The new XV67 remains true to its original design intent: to create an exceptional bluewater voyager that inspires owners to explore new terrain.
According to Heesen and Winch, the XV67 will give clients the opportunity to express their creativity. As a result, the yacht can be customized to meet your preferences. The same applies to engines. All Heesen yachts (including the XV67) are now available with hybrid propulsion systems.
XV67 will continue to be improved.