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This Glossy New 164-Foot Superyacht Comes With a Glass-Bottomed Pool and Outside Fireplace Pit

This Glossy New 164-Foot Superyacht Comes With a Glass-Bottomed Pool and Outside Fireplace Pit

Heesen gave one passionate skipper one hell of a Christmas present this year.

The Dutch yard presented a sleek steel superyacht to its new owner on December 22. The vessel was originally known as YN 20150 or Project Oslo24 but has now been christened Cinderella Noel IV.

The newcomer is based on Heesen’s popular 164-foot steel series but was tailored to its owner’s tastes and requirements. This “Smart Custom” design ethos, as the yard calls it, gives the client a proven platform that they can easily tweak without adding too much to the construction time.

The aft decks.

Ruben Griffioen

Penned by Clifford Denn, the exterior is characterized by long, flowing lines and a round-bilge hull. The owner, who is a skilled seafarer, added a second steering position on the flybridge and a foldable mast that allows the vessel to pass beneath bridges. He also opted for a hybrid propulsion system (a first for Heesen) that ensures cleaner cruising and reinforced insulation to keep things cozy even in northern areas.

“Heesen’s Smart Custom solution represented the perfect starting point for an experienced yachtsman to concentrate on the important details for him and his family,” the owner’s representative, Stefan Zucker, said in a statement. “Cinderella Noel IV is a testament to Heesen’s intelligent approach, allowing this family to create their dream machine with the certainty of a result which would have taken considerably more time and cost to build individually without being sufficiently tested.”

Cinderella Noel IV Superyacht

The round-bilge hull.

Ruben Griffioen

The owner worked closely with Luca Dini Design and Architecture and Heesen’s in-house engineering team to create a layout suited to long periods at sea. The living quarters feature his and her working spaces and sliding partitions that create privacy as needed. The décor is the epitome of “quiet luxury,” with subtle white, greige, and taupe furnishings contrasting rich wood flooring. There are pops of deep blues and greens, too, with the colorway reflecting the high-latitude parts of the world Cinderella Noel IV will cruise.

In addition, leather panels crafted by Foglizzo Atelier showcase antique sea charts of the owners’ favorite cruising spots, while the gentle ripples in the woodwork emphasize the yacht’s connection with nature. To top it off, the interior is dotted with elegant pieces of furniture by the likes of Cassina, Paola Lenti, and Toso.

Cinderella Noel IV Superyacht

The propellers.

Ruben Griffioen

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The exterior decks are nothing to sneeze at, either, with a glass-bottomed swimming pool, a fire pit, and multiple lounge and dining areas.

Cinderella Noel IV is imbued in every detail with the owners’ passion and experience,” adds Heesen CCO Mark Cavendish. “The energy they have put into creating a yacht that perfectly suits their lifestyle is impressive.”

Cinderella Noel IV is expected to officially take to the seas in March 2024.

Source: Robb Report

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