Since its establishment in 1985, Claasen Shipyards has constructed a number of luxury yachts for clients all over the world. The Dutch builder’s no-nonsense approach, flexibility as well as quality have led plenty of owners to place repeat orders over the years. With four luxury yachts from its fleet, the company will be well represented at the upcoming Superyacht Cup in Palma de Mallorca. To run from 19 to 22 June, this world-class event will boast a total of sixteen yachts from top shipyards.
The yachts built by Claasen Shipyards are the 27.50-metre charter yacht Atalante, the 23.80-metre Heartbeat yacht, the 35.20-metre F-class Racer sailing yacht Firefly and the renowned J-class yacht Lionheart, which recently came second in St Barths Bucket Regatta. Having four of its fleet at the event was one of the reasons why Claasen Shipyards decided to become one of the main sponsors. In addition, the yard will field a team to the Superyacht Cup in Palma to report directly via the yard’s website, newsletter and various social media channels.
The dynamism of Claasen Shipyards is apparent in other ways too, including the fact that it recently joined the Holland Yachting Group. The yard will also have its own stand at the upcoming Monaco Yacht Show, which will take place from 25 to 28 September this year (DarseNord / Holland Pavilion).