One of the yachts at Boot 2015 in Dusseldorf is The Flyer 33, built by Flyer Yachts. She is a premium daysailer/weekender with great performance and considerable comfort. Designed with a modern plumb bow, classic stern and a gracious, low freeboard she is a head turning beauty. Jeroen de Vos from Dykstra Naval Architects: “The Flyer 33 is a true gentlemen’s yacht with an attractive design typically seen on Super Yachts”.
Her sail wardrobe features a North Sails furling jib, battened mainsail and an optional 65m2 gennaker to enhance downwind performance. During the first test sails she managed to hit 10 knots under gennaker. She offers significant comfort to spend a weekend aboard. Below deck there is a spacious V-berth plus two additional berths to accommodate four comfortably. The compact galley has a sink and large (40L) fridge to keep drinks cold. The heads can be enclosed with a privacy curtain. The Flyer 33 can be visited at stand no. 15/ D38.
In Hall 7A, KM Yachtbuilders will have a stand with information, scale models and images of the Dykstra Naval Architects custom and semi-custom designed Bestevaers and Bestewinds, a proven success as over 30 of these designs have been built till now. At stand no. 7A/ B08, they invite you to come and check possibilities and give you a feel of the yard.
Royal Huisman and Dykstra Naval Architects announced their new 56 meter Ketch Aquarius yacht project in December 2014. At stand no. 7A/G19, Royal Huisman will be exhibiting their yachts and projects, visit their stand to see the grand list of Dykstra Naval Architects designed yachts (sailing yacht Pumula, superyacht Kamaxitha, luxury yacht Hanuman, charter yacht Meteor, mega yacht Athena, Borkumriff IV yacht and JK4 charter yacht Endeavour), already built at Royal Huisman in Vollenhove.
Below is a choice of the stylish charter yachts with design by Dykstra Naval Architects.