YN254 - Описание

We are pleased to announce the signing of a new order for a 65-metre luxury displacement motoryacht, project YN254. This will be the largest project built by Hakvoort to date sold in close cooperation with Fraser for one of Fraser’s very loyal repeat clients.

The interior and exterior will come from the drawing boards of Sinot Yacht Design. Naval architecture, construction and engineering design for this project will be by Diana Yacht Design.

The 65-metre (213’ ft) superyacht with wide beam of 11.6 metre (38’ ft) and volume of 1,435 GT will feature a carefully considered balance of indoor and outdoor spaces and is due for delivery in 2025.

Her features include a large pool on the main deck surrounded by a huge poolside lounge with bar, a large beach club with gym, sundeck with Jacuzzi and a massage room and library on the bridge deck. Accommodation is for 14 guests in a fully private Owner’s deck, four main-deck guest suites and a large family apartment on the lower deck.

Designed and built to go anywhere in the world, Project YN254 has also been conceived to place special attention on waste management and pollution prevention.

“I am very proud and grateful to start another new build project for a long-standing loyal client. We have accumulated 13 years and more than 100,000 nautical miles of yacht experience into one perfectly designed project. It is also a true pleasure to build this family boat in the Netherlands with an all-star Dutch team of Royal Hakvoort, Sinot and Diana Yacht Design.” comments Jan Jaap Minnema, Fraser broker for Project YN254.

Designer Paul Costerus of Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design states: “‘Project YN254 will mark the fifth collaboration between Royal Hakvoort Shipyard and Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design, and will be the second yacht our studio designs for this specific client. We are looking forward to continuing our close working relationship with Fraser, Hakvoort and Diana Yacht Design who is the designated Naval Architect for the project.”

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