Ventura is a 50 meter (164 foot) yacht created by Heesen Yachts after the design of Frank Laupman from Omega Yachts. Crafted mainly from aluminum, it is the third vessel in its class (of 164 foot yachts), but its configuration is different than that of its siblings. The owners wanted two suites on the Ventura: a “passage cabin” situated forward on the main deck, and another one on the bridge deck aft, boasting 280 degree views and a romantic ambiance.
For an elegant appearance, the owners also chose a contrasting exterior color scheme. They went for a light metallic grey color for the superstructure, while the hull received a dark metallic grey paintjob. The same principle of elegance through contrast was followed for the interior design. Here whitened oak paneling looks great next to polished ebony parquet floors.
The chic vessel can accommodate up to 12 people in six luxe cabins. Aside from the two aforementioned master suites, there are also two double cabins, one twin and a full-beam VIP cabin on the lower deck. Passengers will enjoy top notch amenities and minimalist but welcoming interiors throughout. Small design touches, such as controlled ambient lighting and the owners’ sculptures and art works give extra appeal to the yacht.
Finally, the outdoor areas are also wonderful, offering a variety of living, entertaining and relaxing options. Dining is possible on the bridge deck aft and on the in deck, but our favorite area is the sundeck. This 753 square foot area features removable furnishings, which permits an easy transformation from classic sundeck to vast open plan party zone.