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News: Hakvoort 45M Project 'Adur' Starts Construction

Discussion in 'Hakvoort Yacht' started by Yacht News, Sep 29, 2018.

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  1. 45-meter Project 'Adur' Commences Construction At Hakvoort
    Dutch yard Hakvoort Yachts used the 2018 Monaco Yacht Show (MYS) to announce the new build 45-meter codenamed Project 'Adur'. Only one render of the vessel is available at this time so we contrast her with the 61-meter "Just J's". The build is quite different to what we usually see coming from Hakvoort and features an exterior by Frank Laupman of Omega Architects. The yacht is being built for private use for the owners and is not expected to be available for charter.
  2. It is being built with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure and will also feature a composite HULL VANE to improve cruising efficiency. Twin MTU 12V 4000 M93L's will power the yacht to a top speed of 26.5-knots and be able to cruise at a continuous 12-knots for 4,000 nautical miles. Four cabins are to be onboard for the owner and guests with three guest cabins on the lower deck and the owner's on the forward main deck with balcony.
  3. The new yacht is expected to be completed in 2021. We are unsure if Adur is just the project name or if she will be christened with that name as well. The owners are involved heavily behind the scenes and they were integral in the design process. Especially so when it came to ensuring their points were met which included a yacht that was fast but still efficient as well as be designed so privacy can be kept. Hakvoort has been slowly moving in a different direction with respect to their designs. They are becoming less traditional looking and taking on a more modern feel. Just J's is a perfect example of this and Project Adur is also very modern and sporty with her design.

    For more information:

    Hakvoort Shipyard
    Havenstraat 22
    1141 AX Monnickendam
    The Netherlands

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