The Hakvoort is a 63.72-meter yacht that has just been delivered to the owners. The explorer yacht started its journey to the United States on the 17th of April, from the Netherlands where it was the flagship of the yard.
It follows Scout, which was launched at the end of 2018, designed to resemble a conversion of the commercial vessel. Scout, built in aluminium and steel was designed by the H2 Yacht Design company, while Diana Yacht Design did the naval architecture.
Inspiration Taken form 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Built and designed uniquely to the specifications of its experienced owner, the yacht design is inspired by the legendary 1950s film called 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. The result is authentic to the vision of the new owner and the yacht has a unique vintage maritime aesthetic.
H2 Yacht Design describes Yacht Design as Ian Fleming meets Jules Verne meets Fritz Lang
Main Deck Features Four Staterooms
With a draft of 3.25 meters and a beam of 11.6 meters, the Scout can accommodate eight guests. It features a main deck, four staterooms as well as a deck dedicated to the owner. A specific seafaring design was selected for each of the cabins, while the lower deck is used for the crew’s accommodation.
The interesting range of key features also includes the expansive sundeck, helideck and observation lounge. A twin Caterpillar 3512C engine powers the Scout to provide a top speed of 14.8 knots. The cruising speed of the Scout is 12.5 knots and it has a nautical mile’s range of 4.800.
Stargazer Chase Boat
Stargazer was yet another impressively designed chase boat launched in April. The design is described as both classic and timeless. A 6.6-metre beam is what makes the Stargazer unique and it will soon be used for transporting guests to and from the mothership.
At the same time, the countdown has started to the Superyacht Show Palma of 2019. This year it takes place form the 27th of April and ends on the 1st of May. It is the seventh year of the show that originally started in 2013. This year the greater percentage of the show is the motor yachts display and following the success of previous years the show area is extended. Daily performances are also part of the show program and Port Adriano sponsors the FunFair. The main focus of the show is to bring yachting to new clients and providing them with all that yachting entails.