Georgia Tindale wrote the following for Superyachttimes:
Dutch yard Heesen has kicked off this year's Monaco Yacht Show by announcing the sale of Project SkyFall, a 59-metre all-aluminium FDHF superyacht (hull number YN 19959) which is set for delivery in spring 2023.
With Omega Architects appointed by the owner to design the custom vessel's striking profile, her exterior design features a fishing cockpit at the stern for her owner, who is a keen angler. In addition, her aggressive paint scheme is designed to further the impression of both speed and power given off by the superyacht.
On board, she will accommodate up to 10 guests across four lower-deck guest suites and the bridge deck aft was chosen by the owner as the location for his accommodation. A large aft-facing suite opens on the private terrace which is equipped with a whirlpool and seating area for relaxation.
Moving to the main deck, this features a conversation area and alfresco dining space on the aft terrace with large sliding doors joining together the outdoors with the indoor seating area and bar, located amidships. Further forward, a dining table for 12 can be found, as well as a media room with cinema and games room forward of the deck. Tenders and a variety of water toys are located on the foredeck, allowing the lazarette to serve as a beach club with a wellness area.
Project SkyFall boasts an impressive 22,000 horsepower which will feed four water jets and enable her to reach a top speed of 37 knots in light load conditions, as Heesen's most powerful project to date.