SVEA a Claasen Jachtbouw J-Class Superyacht finished by Vitters
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The J-Class yacht Svea by Hoek Design is a 43,60m J-Class sloop, built by the Dutch manufacturer Claasen Shipyards and finished by Vitters. Superyacht Svea is a replica of the well known Torre Holm design and is one of the most impressive J-designs around.
|Type/Year:||a Claasen Jachtbouw J-Class Superyacht finished by Vitters|
|Builder/Designer:||Claasen Jachtbouw Bv, Hoek, Hoek Design, Hoek Design Naval Architects, Pieter Beeldsnijder, Vitters|
Sailing yacht Svea carries the sail number JS1 in honour of her Swedish roots, as well as representing the fact that she has three Swedish and three Dutch Owners.
S/Y Svea's hull is one of the fastest upwind of all the J-class hulls. She features minimalist interior by Pieter Beeldsnijder, making her one of the top contenders on boat speed and handicap.
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“Sailing yachts have long combined nature with manmade beauty.” - ED DUBOIS “I think that one of the best things about Vitters is a conscious effort to make each yacht better than the last one. And better, you can have a long discussion about what better means, but better really in terms of quality. They have achieved that. And the finished project always batted my expectation.” - NIGEL INGRAM