Heesen’s Hat Trick: Project Ruya is sold
Heesen have been on a roll over the past seven weeks, with 3 of their yachts selling firm and fast out of the world’s renowned Dutch shipyard. The latest yacht to sail into the setting sun is Project Ruya, who was snapped up by an American well versed in the world of yachting.
Heesen’s US representative introduced the client to Project Ruya and the deal was closed in record time thanks to the expertise of the in-house sales team.
Project Ruya is one of those enviable yachts that other shipbuilders are sure to look up to when it comes to Heesen’s strength of commercial strategy. The stunning shipyard never fall short and are able to anticipate with ease the construction of new projects so that customers aren’t left waiting in the wings. The new owners can look forward to a summer of great adventures on the Mediterranean as Project Ruya will be ready for delivery on June 19th. Those keen to catch a glimpse of the latest Heesen offering can check her out at the Monaco Yacht Show or across the Pond at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Project Ruya also calls on the proven design used to build her 12 sister ships. The interior of Project Ruya started as a vision from the Bannenberg & Rowell Studio, an expression of fluid lines, muscular energy and sporty finishes. The aura is fresh with light textiles, subtle marble, and graphics that refer gently to the themes of energy. She was passed to the talented inhouse craftsmen within Heesen Yacht Interiors to make this dream a reality. Project Ruya, being a complete in-house project from Heesen is yet another testament to the company’s success.
Yet Heesen isn’t resting on their laurels, ten yachts are currently under construction in Oss, and delivers are set to be underway well into 2019.