Dutch shipyard Hakvoort’s latest 38.25m motoryacht Soprano has been launched this month. The finished project comes from a collaboration between the Dutch shipyard, naval architects Diana Yacht Design and interior designers Felix Buytendijk Yacht Design.
Intended for bluewater cruising around the globe, the yacht provides accommodation for eight guests and seven crew members.
Designed with a displacement-type hull shape, the yacht features flared V-sections in the bow, large overhangs, a moderate deadrise amidships and a canoe stern.
The owner’s suite on the main deck includes a stateroom with a king-size bed and bathroom forward. The main lounge contains two sofas in an open plan arrangement with the dining area, which centres around a table for 10 guests.
The open aft area has built-in seating with a teak table, and a foldout platform amidships will be recessed into the side of the hull giving access to the water for boarding and swimming.
Another lounge can be found on the bridge deck, which leads on to an open aft area with al fresco dining for 10 guests. The aft deck also stores the main tender, while the foredeck hosts a laser sailboat and the MOB tender.
Accommodation is found on the lower deck, which contains two double guest staterooms and a VIP stateroom. Crew quarters include a well-equipped mess, three cabins and connections to storage areas and technical spaces.
The sun deck features a large open space for sunbathing, as well as further seating with a teak table. A large whirlpool bathtub forward is able to accommodate four to six guests, and a BBQ grill is installed in the bar.
For more information, visit Hakvoort.