She is the yacht everyone notices: The seafoam green, 2 masted catamaran sailing by your summer home in the Hamptons, your NYC office, and your villa on St Barth…
Heron was designed by world-renowned multihull designer Chris White, who called her the Concept 63; the only one of her kind. Not your typical charter yacht; she was created for a family to sail around the world. She was built in an aircraft hangar in Dayton, Ohio and then trucked to the Great Lakes, where she continued on her journey to the Eastern Seaboard.
Heron arrived in the Hamptons in the summer of 2012. Word spread about her super-chic, French Riviera style, making her the most sought after boat on the East End. Heron was the first Inspected catamaran to offer private charters in the Hamptons, and continues to reign today over the local fleet.
While her centralized cockpit allows for uncharacteristically spacious living quarters, it generates a unique layout quite conducive to hosting large gatherings. With ample space below decks as well as topside, guests mingle safely and comfortably, without feeling confined.
One of a kind, indeed. Heron is a rare beauty.