The yacht was initially commissioned by the Dutch prince Bernhard, of the Netherlands who had her built as his summer residential cruising yacht. Owing to various circumstances the yacht hasn’t been finished by the prince.
It is designed as a long range displacement yacht, distinctively sturdy and seaworthy. A steal hull and aluminium superstructure make her the ideal cruising yacht for long trips in the Northern hemisphere as well as in the Mediterranean Sea. Designed and engineered with superyacht standard, the yacht is customised and equipped with up to date technique equipment.
Her classic lines make her stand out against common modern yachts of that size, however the yacht is now in the outfitting stage and it can be finished with a further personal touch. The building stage currently comprises the first installation of equipment and machinery, a primed exterior as well as the pre-installation of interior spaces. This gentleman’s cruiser is ready to be taken over by a new owner and at the right stage can be changed in accordance with the owner’s individual wishes concerning the choice of equipment, exterior colours as well as the layout and style of the yacht’s interior.
The yacht is an attractive project for an owner who is looking for a unique new build, but doesn’t have to start from the beginning so he can enjoy it earlier. Odenwald can guide interested clients through the assessment process and provide a detailed surveying according to the owner’s ideas. They allow for a close relationship with the owner in order to produce a detailed structural plan developed for subcontractors, shipyards, timings and budgets.
Depending on the clients criteria’s the yacht can be ready for the summer season 2014.
For more information please visit www.jendrikodenwald.com.