Aussie John Symond’s 73m Superyacht ‘Hasna’ The 239-foot ship is estimated to have cost roughly $100 million.

Last month, Aussie John Symonds launched his brand new 73m Superyacht Hasna at the Feadship shipyard in the Netherlands. The 239-foot ship is estimated to have cost roughly $100 million with accommodation for twelve guests split across six cabins, aided by twenty-one staff.

Hasna Superyacht

Aussie John tasked British studio RWD and De Voogt Naval Architects to design a vessel that would suit his family lifestyle. To achieve this, the studio focussed on keeping areas very spacious, uncluttered, and easily navigable by guests onboard. One such example is the sundeck which, with the inter section’s sliding doors ajar, becomes a 25-metre-long entertainment deck complete with barbeque, Jacuzzi, and sunpads.

Hasna Superyacht

Hasna Superyacht

Hasna also boasts an eight-metre pool with a waterfall on the aft deck, a mid-ship beach club with hull openings on both sides of the yacht, a gym, a cinema room and a dedicated butler’s cabin.

Hasna Superyacht

Hasna Superyacht

RWD studio also designed Hasna’s custom tenders, which were built in Australia by Vikal. The limousine tender was styled to match the mother ship, with stitched upholstery and subtle lighting, reminiscent of some of the world’s finest luxury sports cars.

Hasna Superyacht

Hasna Superyacht
Credit: Vincent’s Drone Photography
Hasna Superyacht
Credit: Patrick Deenik
Superyacht Hasna
Credit: Koos Biesheuvel

Source: Boat International & Superyacht Times