Holland Jachtbouw is a quality custom superyacht builder which build both sailing yachts and motor yachts in the Netherlands. Holland Jachtbouw (HJB) also refits sailing and motoryachts of the highest calibre. The yachting company was established back in 1990 and is located at the heart of the Dutch yacht building industry close to Amsterdam - just 15 minutes from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport by car.
The shipyard’s 6 metre deepwater location allows yachts to be commissioned right next to the facility. The location is also convenient in having direct access to the North Sea, meaning Holland Jachtbouw yachts can go out for a sea trial in the morning and return the same day.
Holland Jachtbouw’s new and modern production facilities include a state-of-the-art construction hall and a three-story workshop. This large capacity means we are able to economically and efficiently build yachts of up to 65 metres in length. Thanks to a maximum of flexibility in the hall’s design, up to six projects can be simultaneously undertaken: Three builds inside the hall with three other yachts in the preparation stage. The use of the World Class Manufacturing methodology ensures a smooth process at all times.
The management at Holland Jachtbouw is made up of Chris Gongriep, Tako van Ineveld and Arjen Zijlmans. The team is committed to an excellent working environment in which everyone can develop their skill set. The dedication to innovation, quality and cost control is the foundation of the Holland Jachtbouw success in creating worl class private yachts.
"Each new build and refit is an opportunity to deploy our know-how in an innovative way. It would be a pleasure and a privilege to work with you to create a customised yacht like no other." Holland Jachtbouw
HJB offers a Yacht Crew Assist programme that provides maximum support to captains and crew who stay during a new build or refit.
Some of the Holland Jachtbouw Yachts:
Calliope - 2010 - Commissioned by repeat clients, the 42-metre Calliope is an exceptional semi-displacement motoryacht. Athos - 2010 - At 62 metres, Athos is the world’s largest privately owned, modern two-mast schooner and a technical tour de force. YII - 2006 - This fast sloop has an uncluttered, almost minimalist appearance thanks to a low profile deckhouse. Skylge - 2005 - This glorious two-masted aluminium schooner is shaped to catch the eye and heart of a sailor, with a performance to match. Cassiopeia - 2004 - Cassiopeia represented Holland Jachtbouw’s spectacular entrance into the motor yacht market. Whisper - 2003 - Whisper´s hull lines and profile were drawn by Ted Hood, while her splendid classic teak and high gloss finished interior was the brainchild of Andrew Winch. Christoffel´s Lighthouse - 2003 - Christoffels Lightouse is the result of a client making a fearless statement about merging past and future. Windrose - 2001 - This 152-foot schooner made headlines around the world after breaking the Transatlantic crossing record in 2002 and 2005. Emotion - 2001 - A classic sloop with a low freeboard and captive winches, Emotion is designed and equipped for short handed cruising. Corian - 2001. Vliegent Haert - 2000. Skipper - 2000 - the first fully Lloyds-accredited yacht, Skipper is a modern 100-foot aluminium cruising sloop conceived for effortless pushbutton sailing. Groenevecht - 2000. Windrose - 1999 - A truly beautiful classically built dream boat that instinctively looks right from all angles. Palmyre - 1999 - Launched in 2000, Palmyre was the first Truly Classic 80. Belphegor - 1999 - The Truly Classic 56 Belphegor is a charming yacht that is equally suited to family cruising and bluewater expeditions. Duva - 1999. Aeolian - 1998 - With ample freeboards, a long coachroof and grand deckhouse, Aeolian has a surprisingly spacious volume for a slender 90-foot sloop. Zuidwester - 1997. Sapphire - 1996 - Holland Jachtbouw´s first large aluminium yacht. Otter - 1992