Hakvoort Shipyard has recently launched its largest motor chat so far. Its named Scout, a ship that saw the day of light outside of the build shed for the first time on the 1st of January of this year.
This ship was launched in the town of own of Monnickendam, located beside Amsterdam in the Netherlands. She is set to be delivered on the spring of the following year to its experienced owners.
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This is a design project by H2 Yacht Design. The company was tasked with the redesign of this vessel after having been acquired by her current owners while she was being built. The naval architecture, however, was by the hand of Diana Yacht Design, a company that has worked with Hakvoort in the past on their previous largest yacht, Just J’s.
The project went through several re-stylings during the time the ship was being built, some of them being implemented after its original owner decided to put the project for sale while it was still in the build shed. The most notable changes to point to Scout out are the crisp distinctive lines as well as the integrated forward sloping windows. The tenders were placed at the bow of the ship in order to add to the aesthetic of the ship.
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Scout has the necessary space to accommodate around ten guests in five cabins, as well as in one Master cabin and four double cabins. On the lower deck, the accommodations for the crew are located, as well as other areas reserved for technical factors.