Heysea Yachts reveals a new 18-metre sailing catamaran featuring design by renowned naval architect Bill Dixon

28 OCTOBER 2020


28 October 2020

Written by Ocean Magazine




Heysea Yachts has introduced a catamaran sailing yacht, the Seaview 56. Her exterior designer Bill Dixon used the slim lines to create her style and “shape a stereoscopic sense,” according to the yard.

As a sailing catamaran, the Seaview 56 expands the living space by 30 percent compared to a conventional yacht.

Her luxurious interior space is the work of a renowned designer Paolo Dose from Venetian Yacht Design.

The Seaview 56 has an overall length of 18-metres, and a beam of 8.8-metres.

Seaview 56’s interior layout is available to be modified according to clients’ tastes.

For charters, five guest cabins were located on the lower deck to satisfy a sea vacation and a larger salon for parties or family gatherings.

For owners, a fully equipped galley was put on the main deck to serve their favourite delights. The U-shaped galley has different configurations options available.



Other features include panoramic windows and easily accessible external areas, designed for extending cruising.

“We have an exceptional hull from proven pedigree of design, an interior to rival 100ft yachts and good old fashion boat building techniques and proven engineering,” said the shipyard.

Heysea unveiled the Seaview 56  at the SMC International Yacht Show on the Shenzhen Coast, held from 15-18 October.