Dutch shipyard Van der Valk has released details on its latest superyacht concept, a 32m/105ft raised pilothouse yacht designed in conjunction with Nick Top and Guido de Groot.
The concept features a large open-plan lounge and a VIP cabin on the main deck forward. The pilothouse is located in the centre and connects to the flybridge above. As well as the VIP stateroom, accommodation is located on the lower deck and consists of the Master suite, a double cabin and two cabins with bunks. The lower deck also has a large garage in the stern able to house two tenders.
The main deck aft has an informal outdoor lounge suited to conversation over drinks, while the Portuguese deck on the bow will seat guests for an alfresco meal taking in sweeping views.
On the flybridge, there is room for storing a tender along the stern, forward of which is space two sun loungers, and arm chair, a lounge and a bar.
The hull is designed to meet RINA C class and HULL, MACH ; Y class standards and 2x MTU 12V2000M96L produce a top speed of 24 knots, a cruising speed of 18 knots.
If constructed, the 32m raised pilothouse yacht would be built from an aluminium hull and superstructure and become the second largest superyacht built by the yard, bested by 37m/121ft luxury yacht SANTA MARIA T.