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Fourth Van Der Valk Continental Three sold and in build

Dutch yard Van Der Valk has revealed that construction has begun on its latest order, the fourth model in its Continental Three series, which is due for delivery in late spring 2017.

This 26 metre aluminium yacht was styled inside and out by Guido De Groot and features naval architecture by Ginton.

Yoeri Bijker from Van Der Valk said: “We are working very closely with the owners to ensure that everything on board reflects their particular preferences. No expense is being spared as we develop a contemporary interior of whitewashed English oak, classic highlights and unique features.”

He added that the large windows on this raised pilothouse model will make for an exceptionally bright interior with clean, straight lines to frame the open spaces.

En-suite accommodation for all eight guests is situated below decks with an owner’s cabin spreading across the entire 6.2 metre beam. Three guest cabins — two doubles and one with bunk beds — complete the layout of this area.

Meanwhile, the spacious superyacht sundeck on the new Van Der Valk Continental Three will feature an outdoor helm station, sunloungers, U-shaped seating, cocktail bar and storage space for a 4.2 metre tender. Other premium features on board include automated sliding doors and a Bowers & Wilkins sound system.

Power will come from a pair of 1,502hp MTU 10V 2000 M93 engines for a top speed of 25 knots, while a Seakeeper 26 gyroscopic stabiliser system will ensure a smooth cruising experience.

Other projects currently under development at the Dutch yard include the 27 metre Anemeli and the 26 metre Forum, both of which are due to be delivered next year.

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