Project Name: Asteria 126

Date Completed: June 2020

Naval Architect/Exterior Designer: Heysea Yachts

Interior Designer: Oceanus Yacht Design

Shipyard: Heysea Yachts

Asteria 126 is the result of the successful collaboration a between a young and dynamic European design studio and one of the fastest expanding shipyards in the world. Aiming to set new standards in terms of comfort, flexibility and space, Heysea Yachts decided to push boundaries where possible; moving ceilings up and replacing walls with glass – all on the basis of a transoceanic luxury yacht.

The final design boasts interior headroom and a superstructure wrapped in floor-to-ceiling glass redefining spaciousness and openness onboard superyachts. With her expansive glass bulwarks, her long leaning superstructure and a low profile, Asteria 126 features a contemporary and powerful design.

Asteria 126 comes with one of the biggest flybridges seen on yachts of this size. Split into two areas, it features everything from an open bar to a jacuzzi tub, a BBQ to an outdoor TV, and a helm station to a Day Head. Protected partially by a fiberglass hard top and a sun awning system, the flybridge is a remarkable multi-functional entertainment area ideal for dining and relaxing.

Designed as a raised pilothouse yacht, the ship’s main control station is easily accessible from both the flybridge and main lobby. Flooded by natural light through large skylights, it is a perfect blend of technology and luxury making it a comfortable space to watch the yachts performance and plot the course to the next adventure.

The most forward space of the Main Deck is reserved for the Owner. Wrapped in glass the spacious cabin offers a wide clear view to outside. Through a full-height sliding door the Owner has direct access to a foredeck featuring an intimate dining area and a large lounging sunbed – ideal for a romantic evening with the sound of waves underneath and the stars above.