Previously known under the project name Heysea Vista 140, Yu Feng Zhe 1 features naval architecture and exterior styling penned in-house.
Key features include a steel hull and fibreglass superstructure while power comes from twin Volvo 725HP engines for a top speed of 15 knots.
The yacht’s “champagne gold” twin hulls provide “luxurious onboard space,” the yard said, with spacious living areas.
The Horizontal Design-penned interior is described as “simplistic but sleek”, boasts “calm and tranquillity in a minimalistic space”.
Founded by a group of experienced naval architects and engineers in 2007, Heysea is China’s leading manufacturer of custom and production yachts in the mid-to-large range. Combining Chinese manufacturing experience and the western culture of yachting, Heysea is defying the Chinese product stereotypes priding itself in high quality and product flexibility.
Located in China’s Pearl River Delta near Hong Kong, Heysea’s shipyard allows for the simultaneous construction of more than ten yachts and a maximum length exceeding 142ft. Following the introduction of Heysea’s first model Heysea 75 in 2007 the company has now successfully developed and sold many new models in composite and steel. As a direct result, the company climbed nine places since 2015 and ranked 16th in the 2018 Global Order Book published by Boat International, being the only PRC based yacht builder to be named as top 20 in the list.