M/Y Lusine is Heesen’s largest ever steel Fast Displacement motor yacht.
M/Y Lusine is Heesen’s largest ever steel Fast Displacement motor yacht.

For a 60-metre superyacht, Heesen’s M/Y Lusine can push through the waves at a heady 17.5 knots – an impressive number for a vessel with an enclosed volume of 1,079 Gross Tonnes.

Heesen’s renowned Fast Displacement Hull Form (a patented design from the Van Oossanen studio, honed to perfection by Heesen’s naval architects) combined with a pair of MTU 4000 series diesel engines also allow Lusine to cruise comfortably at 13 knots giving her a range of 4,200 nautical miles.


Thanks to Omega Architects, Lusine looks as fast as she performs. Most Heesens are blessed with a sporty look, and Lusine has been given a bold and muscular aesthetic, characterised by Frank Laupman’s sharp edges as seen in the multi-faceted and eye-catching ‘bird wing’ shape that integrates the three decks. Omega’s sleek signature lines are highlighted by the swathes of uninterrupted black thermo-bonded glazing that cut through the superstructure while this vast amount of glass also ensures close and unobstructed views of the surrounding seascape and an interior imbued with natural light.


Although it’s quite normal for Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design to make use of rare wood, precious fabrics, and exquisite leather in the interior design, its artisans created a high level of design detailing when putting it together that set Lusine’s interior apart from her peers. Elegantly lined furnishings, the intricacy of design, and the unique combination of materials work together to create an integrated result, where interior and exterior complement each other and the fluid indoor/outdoor connection remains uninterrupted.

Lusine is the perfect example of what a knowledgeable client can achieve in terms of creating a custom yacht.
LOA 60m
Material Steel
Features Helipad for private use, Owner’s private deck
Exterior Design Omega Architects
Interior Design Sinot Yachts Architecture
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