On 22 December, the launch and christening of Project Oslo24 took place at Heesen Yachts. The yacht is now named Cinderella Noel IV and is a 50-metre, round-bilge steel motor yacht. Delivery is planned for March 2024.

As a “Smart Custom” solution, the yacht is based on the design of Heesen‘s award-winning 50-metre steel series, with flowing lines by Clifford Denn, Project Oslo24 is the individualised implementation of its owners’ yachting knowledge and experience. They selected the proven design as the foundation for a yacht that reflects their lifestyle, taste and intended use.

The yacht features a second steering position on the Fly, installing a flight of stairs to facilitate the transition from the flybridge to the wheelhouse as well as reinforced insulation for operating in northern areas, a separate crew outdoor deck area, heated floors, winter tents and mosquito nets.

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The steel yacht features a hybrid propulsion system, a first-time installation for Heesen, alongside a foldable mast for navigating bridge passages and channel navigation lights for planned canal and lock passages.

Luca Dini Design and Architecture and Heesen’s engineering team created the layout, which includes sliding partitions to offer more space or privacy for guests as required.

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Specifications of the Cinderella Noel IV | YN 20150

  • 50-metre Steel – proven design platform
  • Hybrid propulsion
  • Exterior lines by Clifford Denn
  • Interior design by Luca Dini Design & Architecture
  • Additional steering position on the flybridge
  • Glass-bottomed pool
  • Outdoor fire pit
  • Delivery March 2024

Picture by Heesen Yachts.

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