The very first hull of the Holterman X-Treme 105 expedition yacht LADY FLEUR, has been photographed on sea trials ahead of delivery.
Constructed with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, luxury yacht FLEUR features naval architecture from Diana Yacht Design, exterior styling by Bernd Weel Design and interiors from Trimm Design. A slate grey hardtop and matching windows join into a cream-coloured superstructure and champagne hull.
The most unique feature of this 32.65m/107ft pocket explorer is the spacious and versatile main deck aft: The deck lifts up so that the tender can be driven onboard into a flooded tender garage, for the tender garage can be flooded and used as a saltwater swimming pool. Alternatively, the swimming pool can be covered to lie flush with the rest of the main deck so that the entire area can be used for sunbathing and socialising.
A Jacuzzi and sunbeds line the sundeck aft, and the hardtop shelters a wet bar and alfresco dining area. An additional sunbathing area can be found on the bow.
The interior provides a large open-plan living area on the main deck, where the galley and wet bar occupy the starboard side of the room with the formal dining area forward, and the cosy salon to port.
The overnight accommodation sleeps a total of 10 guests over 5 en-suite cabins: 1 Master suite on the main deck forward and 4 further guest cabins on the lower deck. There are also 2 crew cabins to sleep a crew of 4.
A pair of Volvo Penta engines produce a top speed of 15 knots and a cruising speed of 10 knots, at which she has a range of 2,400 nautical miles. A draft of just 1.85m/6ft allows M/Y FLEUR access to tranquil bays and coves that larger, heavier explorer yachts cannot reach.