Amore Mio and Galactica Super Nova finalists at the ShowBoats Design Awards 2017!

We are honoured that Amore Mio 45m semi-displacement and Galactica Super Nova 70m Fast Displacement are finalists in the prestigious ShowBoats Design Awards, the most important design competition in our industry.
This accolade celebrates the creative minds behind the most innovative, stylish and inspiring new yacht designs from the world’s leading design studios.
Amore Mio is finalist in the category Best Exterior Design & Styling – Motor Yacht Below 48m .
Congratulations to Omega Architects for yet another successful and very iconic design. Over the years Omega Architects were able to evolve with our brand and keep delivering exciting exterior designs that represent our values and aspirations.
Galactica Super Nova is finalist in no less than six categories!
Best Exterior Design & Styling – Motor Yacht Above 48m
Best Interior Layout & Design – Motor Yacht Above 500GT
Best Naval Architecture – Displacement Motor Yacht
Most Innovative motor yacht
Best lighting design
Best Recreational Lifestyle Design Feature
Congratulations to Espen Oeino for the head-turning profile, to van Oossanen Naval Architects for yet another high-performance hull form, and Sander Sinot for the stunning interior design.
At Heesen we are proud to build innovative and progressive designs: we truly enjoy making aesthetic or technical challenges work in reality. For us there is no such thing as ‘mission impossible’: overcoming challenges has always driven our spirit of innovation!

Date: 
Thursday, December 15, 2016

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