Heesen Launches the Fully Custom Crazy Me

Crazy Me is the latest launch from Heesen Yachts, a builder that has made a name for itself by offering a variety of semicustom yachts. From the waterline up to the yacht’s sundeck, and in all of the rooms inside, the 164-foot Crazy Me is designed to meet all of the owner’s specifications. The exterior lines that swoop forward along its profile are the work of Gary Grant Design, which is known for penning decidedly different-looking yachts. Among the other unique design elements are highly stylized side ports, and inside is a music system designed by the owner himself. (www.heesenyachts.nl)

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