YN 20655 (Project Venus), the latest addition to Heesen best-selling 55-metre Steel Class, is currently in build at Talsma in Friesland, North of Holland. The studio has been entrusted by Heesen to design Project Venus’ 760 GT interior creating a unique and daring identity that remains friendly and pleasant, thriving on contrasts and providing a unique harmony. The yacht Venus has a strong, daring identity that can be pushed to audacity while remaining deeply friendly and pleasant. It thrives on contrasts and provides a unique harmony.
We have all the materials and special fittings here, and I would like to take this opportunity to go through the images of the various areas, showcasing the excellence of finishes, reflections, and textures.
Project Venus boasts six staterooms and sleeps twelve guests. The 96 sqm owner's quarters are located on the main deck forward and include a study with a large TV screen and sofa, a double dressing room, an elegant full-beam bathroom with Fior di Pesco Carnico floor-to-ceiling marble, and quirky Gessi Venti20 Serie in Black metal. On the lower deck, two double and two twin suites offer ample space for guests. A sixth cabin is located on the bridge deck. The main saloon features a well-proportioned and continuous space traditionally shared by a lounge and a dining area. The sea view floods in through side windows, reflected and amplified by mirrors, guiding the gaze towards the aft
doors. The sky lounge features outdoor furniture by Exteta to emphasise the connection with the aft terrace. The sundeck has a large hot tub connected to the bar and a lounge area ideal for kicking back and soaking up the views and the lifestyle.
Meanwhile, the beach club and bar area on the lower deck offer easy access to the water.
Project Venus is the fifth collaboration between the Dutch Shipyard and the studio.