As one of the world’s leading yacht builders, Heesen is dedicated to one principle: the performance of luxury.
Satori, the first superyacht of the company’s new 50 metre aluminium semi-displacement series, offers the ultimate combination of performance and efficiency. A precisely calculated Heesen hull means that less power is required to achieve a given speed-and less power means less fuel used. This makes Satori not only the fastest yacht of her size and style, but also the most efficient.
Satori is not just about speed, she is also about space, both inside and on deck. The vast 70 square meter sundeck gives the impression of a private beach club. A forward custom-built Jacuzzi is entirely surrounded by sun pads and sun loungers. For those who prefer the shade, a central dining, bar and barbecue area is covered by the radar arch. Three additional deck spaces are included.
The upper deck flows from a huge dining terrace through to the sky lounge. It features a central coffee table bordered by rotating white leather sofas with curved ebony privacy screens that effortlessly slide across 270 degrees of full-height windows.
The full-beam master suite is located on the main deck, and the guest cabins on the lower deck include the unusual combination of two full-beam vip suites, one on each side of two twin cabins. Heesen worked with the finest interior craftsmen from Sinnex and Oortgiese to ensure that every aspect of the build met the incredibly exacting standards of the owner, Rémi Tessier Design, and, of course, Heesen.