Designed, based on the LDL (Low Displacement Length) principle, by Vripack and built by Ned Yacht, the stylish and powerful NED 70 yacht‘s primary focus are her slender lines rather than her volume. At 21.45 metres motoryacht NED 70 provides her guests with utmost in luxury aboard, coupled with an excellent range, bilge keels and stabilisers, for safe and comfortable journey. And to complete the picture, Vripack have unveiled the first design images of her NED 70 TENDER, measuring 3,70 metres. (See images further below)
More about NED 70 yacht
The lines of this elegant vessel can be described as sharp and angular, emphasised by the angle of windows in the wheelhouse and the shape of the stanchions, giving her a slender look with just a right amount of arrogance.
Built entirely in aluminium, the vessel’s amazing range of 3,300 nautical miles at 9 knots cruising speed allows her to cross the Atlantic, anchor in Barbados or cruise the British east coast or the Dutch “Wadden-area”. As mentioned above, the hull is fitted with bilge keels and stabilisers that will eliminate rocking in waves as well as make it possible to let the NED 70 yacht easily dry out in tidal areas.
As per the accommodation, luxury yacht NED 70 boats two guest cabin aft and the owner’s cabin situated in the front. The large guest cabins each feature an en-suite bathroom with a separate toilet and shower compartment. All horizontal surfaces – including floors – are finished in Corian. Furthermore, the comfortable, vast and light saloon and the wheelhouse are both located in the front part of the vessel.
A luxurious and well equipped galley can be found in the saloon, together with a large U-shaped dinette, seating at least six guests. In the cockpit there are two fixed benches and several moveable hockers, so one can change the layout according to his desires and needs.
The particular shape noticeable looking at the transom is designed to keep breaking the waves out of the cockpit and the flybridge features the second helm, surrounded by three benches for additional seating. The mast is stepped at the end of the flybridge, providing space for all kinds of antennas and other navigational and communication equipment.
Part of the mast is utilised as a crane to hoist the new NED 70 Yacht Tender. Although the design is not completely finalised as yet, the tender will measure 3,70 metres in length (12ft) and as seen on the images, will feature nice slender lines reminiscent of those featured by the NED 70 yacht itself.
Additionally, the mast and crane of the yacht can be folded backwards to eliminate the total height of the yacht when required.
The superstructure of the NED 70 yacht has slanting lines and is provided with dark windows. Both big windows in the sides of the superstructure are constructed in a way that they also provide space to sit down. In front of the superstructure you will find a big hatch where one can store lines, fenders and all kind of other stuff. Nice details on deck are the aluminium bollards and the black stanchions and rails.
Interior design of NED70 can be described as fresh and modern, with the outside light filtering though the wengé blinds. The finish of the interior combines white washed oak and wengé details. This finishing gives every piece of furniture in the yacht its own final touch. The upper side of the interior is white, which intensifies the roomy impression of the inside of this yacht.
The ceilings are made of panels with lining. This has a good effect on sound-isolation and is a very nice contrast with the white top-finishing. All seats are covered with grey and white leather. Colourful cushions provide a sparkling contrast.