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Heesen Yachts new contract

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Heesen Yachts has signed a contract to build a custom 231-foot (70m) fast displacement, aluminium motor yacht. The keel was laid in October and the yacht is due for delivery in spring 2016. Espen Oeino International will design the exterior and Sinot Design the interior. A crew of 16 will be accommodated in eight cabins, each with private showers.

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