Extremely popular 2010 VanDutch 40 equipped with brand new Volvo Penta D6 440hp engine’s installed at the start of the season. Fastest 40 in existence and no other VanDutch 40 with as few engine hours, only 80 hours. Includes new exterior cushion covers in the colour of the buyer’s choosing. Available now!
The Riva Superamerica has few equals in boatbuilding history and reflects the validity of Riva under all esthetic and
technical points of view. Built in Sarnico, Italy her timeless design offers exceptional seagoing properties. The custom stainless work is extraordinary, and she has a luxurious two stateroom interior, each with adjoining head, with provision for crew in the bow.
We at Arie de Boom have excellent relationships with this renowned Dutch yard and can assist you in discovering everything that Moonen has to offer. For instance, take a look at the video below that shows how hull number one of the Martinique model, part of Moonen Shipyards’ Caribbean Series, is shaping up. Construction started several weeks ago and is expected to be completed by summer 2016. The Martinique megayacht measures 36.3 meters and will feature interior design by the firm Nauta Yachts. If you are interested in the full specifications of this new model, do not hesitate to contact us!
Today, this design is recognized around the world as the Grand Banks Heritage Series, an iconic design built first of wood and then, beginning in 1973, of fiberglass at a new factory in Singapore. The design was so successful, in fact that the general styling of the GB was seized by a score of other builders for fleets of look-alike yachts sold under dozens of names. None, though, could match the quality of construction for which Grand Banks is famed. In 1993, Grand Banks took another traditional boat design – the lobster boat or “Downeast” cruiser – and definitively captured its style and spirit in the launch of the Eastbay Series. With its Ray Hunt design, teak toe rails, dark blue hull with a bright gold stripe – and a powerful pair of diesels underfoot – there was no other boat that combined ageless design and high performance like the Eastbay. In 2001, many Grand Banks owners were ready to step up to a larger and more luxurious vessel, but weren’t prepared to sacrifice quality. The launch of the Aleutian Series of raised pilothouse yachts delivered with a new level of style and sophistication – along with the seaworthiness boaters have come to expect from a Grand Banks.
In each series, Grand Banks has sought to capture the spirit of a nautical ideal – and combine it with state-of-the-art equipment, meticulous craftsmanship, and superior construction techniques. It is the reason Grand Banks yachts have become such icons around the world, and why they continue to meet the high standards of discerning, demanding boaters today.
Every yacht begins with endless drawings. Countless computer simulations. Full-size interior mock-ups. Only after a stringent design process do our craftspeople begin building. The result – distinctive, muscular deep-V hulls, clean flowing lines and fine proportions. They are designed for high-speed cruising. The figure-hugging helm seats are carefully positioned to ensure clear sight lines and maximum visibility. Accurate and responsive wheel and throttle controls are placed within comfortable reach, while clear, logical instrumentation further enhance this ergonomic space.
Above and below decks, inspired and intelligently conceived layouts will meet all your demands. But they don’t stop there. Princess introduces levels of flexibility, so you can customise and define the final layout of your yacht. Everything is designed with you in mind. When creating your interior, they don’t think of it as just a yacht, but as an extension of your lifestyle. And by immersing themselves into the details of your world, they gain a deeper understanding of your requirements and tastes. It’s form and function, combined with unique contemporary finishes.
The company started when Newington bought a series of gravel pits on the River Nene and built the Oundle Marina. In 1967 he launched the first Fairline boat, a 19foot handcrafted glass-reinforced plastic river cruiser. When Newington’s son Sam, a former Royal Air Force pilot and Columbia University MBA graduate, took over in 1971, the company employed 14 people. Sam expanded the company’s sales network overseas to take advantage of the expanding Mediterranean market place – by 1979 the company employed 140 people, with production expanded by the success of 1977’s Fairline 40 model.
The company launched the Fairline Targa 38 in 2006 and it has been one of the fastest-selling models in the Fairline range, winning the prestigious ‘European Powerboat of the Year’ in the 30ft to 40ft category in 2007. In 2002 the 10,000th Fairline was completed, together with new production facilities at the original Oundle site. By 2010, the 12,000th Fairline was completed and shipped, namely a Squadron 55 to a client in Italy.
The core business of Mulder Shipyard is designing and building yachts for a worldwide clientele, making use of unique shapes, complex systems within time and budget. Quality is our priority. To achieve this aim, expertise in every discipline is of essential value.
Mulder Shipyard was established in 1938 by Dirk Mulder Sr. With a Mulder still at the helm, this traditional family business is one of the leading lights in the Dutch yacht building industry. Over the decades, the shipyard acquired a global reputation.
The builders set themselves the challenge to build a fast, light weight yacht with longevity and economical practicality. To achieve such this the latest technologies had to be used. The hull and deck are made with a composite construction of “sandwich” type using the technique of vacuum injection, enhancing the strength and lightness of the boat. Strategic and critical points of the VanDutch are reinforced with Kevlar. A V-drive arrangement of the engines was chosen to induce a sharpened aft to reach the point of the VanDutch’s center of gravity, optimizing speed and reducing fuel consumption.
Free of vibrations and not succumbed by engine sounds, VanDutch boats are uniquely smooth riding while staying discreetly quiet. VanDutch boats are easy to manoeuvre with help from the stern and bow thrusters, as a standard. Moreover, to complete this equipment, they are equipped with an autopilot and a navigation system to stay in control of the boat without any stress. The deck is covered with a teck composite, the Esthec, that gives the luxurious experience of the teak without the drawbacks of maintenance, with a multitude of color combinations available.
Established in 1992 in the village of Heeg in the northern Dutch province of Friesland, Wajer & Wajer Yachts has since profiled itself as a remarkably progressive yacht builder. Since its inception, the yard has made history with five unique models – the Captain’s Launch, the Zeelander and the Wajer Osprey 38, 37 and 34 – each characterized by their elegant design, impeccable sailing performance and excellent durability, with the premium quality that customers expect from the Made in Holland label.
A fanatic in water sports as he was, Wajer Senior spend most of his time on the water. In that period he saw a lot of boats and sloops. Being a perfectionist he always fantasized of improving the existing boats. Wajer senior follows his heart and starts building his own sloops and boats at the Lakes of Loosdrecht in 1992. Wajer junior shares the passion for water sports, his vision and perfectionism with his father. In 1992 they together founded Wajer and Wajer Yachts in Heeg, The Netherlands. After years of stable growth Wajer and Wajer celebrates their 20 year anniversary in 2012.
The Wajer Jachtbouw shipyard is renowned for its Kapiteinssloep, Zeelander and Wajer Osprey. Wajer Jachtbouw produces exclusive ships of a quality unrivalled in its class. Every yacht produced under commission at Wajer Jachtbouw shipyard is designed according to one overarching philosophy: Wajer & Wajer Yachts never makes any compromises in terms of materials and quality. This philosophy is paramount to our organization and is the characteristic for which Wajer & Wajer is most praised by its clientele.
The Riva boatyard was established in 1842 on Lake Iseo, in Sarnico-Italy. This was the place where the first boats designed by Riva were launched and immediately stood out for their unmatched style and personality. Riva rapidly gained great respect and recognition; the boatyard flourished also thanks to the far-sightedness of Ernesto Riva, who had succeeded his father Pietro and introduced internal combustion engines on Riva boats. The era of large cargo and passenger boats operating on the lake thus began. After World War I, Serafino Riva gave Riva products their final imprinting and turned the boatyard’s precious crafts into a real brand, allowing it to take a step into history: production steered from transportation to power boating, which at the time was still dawning.
The 1950s were the years of Carlo Riva; the brand had by then become the synonym of elegance, status and perfection. Selected materials of the highest quality, a painstaking care for the tiniest details, unparalleled, long-standing expertise and craftsmanship. Riva’s creations became the object of desire for the aristocracy, award winning athletes, successful businessmen and movie stars. In the decade of the Italian industrial revolution, dominated by the myth of speed and racing cars, l’Ingegnere, as Carlo Riva is called, sensed the importance of this phenomenon and created a series of wooden yachts. One of them was the Ariston, of which Carlo Riva says it was “designed with love, born pure and strong like a pedigree horse. Unforgettable! It was my Lord of the Sea”. The Tritone followed (the first two-engine yacht), then the Sebino (which marked the beginning of series production), and then the Florida, whose name evokes the American model that was particularly fashionable in those years.
In November 1962 the myth was born: it was named “Aquarama”. Since its presentation, at the third Milan International Boat Show, the Aquarama became the symbol of Riva par excellence, almost “a brand within the brand”. The name of the yacht drew inspiration from the Cinerama system, the American experimental wide screens. The slogan the yacht was launched with contained several key-words: “Sun, sea, joie de vivre!” The prototype was the mythical Lipicar no. 1, the evolution of the Tritone. 8.02 meters in length, 2.62 meters wide, capable of sleeping up to eight people, two berths at the bow, two 185 hp Chris-Craft petrol engines, a speed of 73 km/h. The price: 10 million 800 thousands liras.
The year 1969 was another milestone in the history of the legendary brand: it was then that fiberglass production started. The first two Riva models in composite material were born: the day cruiser Bahia Mar 20’ and the cabin cruiser Sport Fisherman 25’. The new material was first accurately studied by purchasing the hull from the Bertram boatyard. The hull was subsequently redesigned and both models were then finished with wood details, in line with Riva’s tradition. Between the 1970s and the 1990s, more yachts were created, including the St. Tropez – which was produced until 1992 – and the Superamerica, the first large cabin cruiser, which was available on the market for more than 20 years. In spite of the success met by fiberglass, Riva’s production of wooden runabouts continued until 1996, when the last Aquarama Special (hull number 784) was built. In 1991 Riva presented the 58′ Bahamas at Genoa International Boat Show – it was the first yacht designed by Mauro Micheli whom is still with the company today.