The Dutch shipyard Van der Valk has launched the latest model from its Continental Two collection, 27m Anemeli.
Anemeli is reportedly the largest model in this series to date, with construction having begun in January 2016. She was developed in partnership with Ginton Naval Architects, and both her exterior and interior designs were completed by the studio Guido de Groot.
Anemeli is an all-aluminium yacht, and one of the first with a fast displacement hull; her owner requested a bulbous bow at her hull, in order to maximise fuel efficiency and performance. She features a U-shaped foredeck with seating for guests, with retractable bimini. Other features include a large bathing platform able to store tenders, and a substantial sundeck for dining and relaxing outdoors.
She is powered by two 1,400hp MAN V12 engines, new to the market in the last couple of years. She also features a VEEM VG120 gyro stabilisation system, allowing for comfortable cruising when the owner and guests are on board.
Anemeli is able to accommodate up to eight guests in a master suite, VIP cabin and two twin cabins.
Van der Valk currently also has a 24m explorer yacht and 26m currently in construction, both of which are due to launch before the end of 2017.
For more information, visit Van Der Valk.