Superyacht Julem I launched by Vicem
by Raphael Montigneaux
Built in composite and designed by Frank Mulder like her previous sisters, this new 38.38m RINA classed semi-displacement motor yacht offers large volume for her size.
The interior, designed by Art-Line, accommodates 12 guests in six cabins. Two full-beam masters are on the bridge deck and the main deck. The other guest cabins are on the lower deck, including a full-beam VIP, two doubles and two twins.
Frank Pieterse and Marilyn de Vaal, designers at Art-Line, commented, 'We established an organic flow between the levels of the indoor and outdoor living spaces, thus generating a sense of space that belies the size of the yacht. In the rest of the public spaces we created a very light, dramatic look, with a repeating signature running through the interior bringing the interior and exterior interaction into a continuous focus. With details of the interior that were inspired by the woodworking and wooden boatbuilding heritage of Vicem Yachts, integrated with the contemporary art and architecture we are committed to, we aspired to generate a sense of holiday fun with a hint of formality, beautifully crafted with the finest materials.'
Powered by twin 1,490kW MTU engines, Julem I achieves a top speed of 20 knots, a cruising speed of 16 knots and a range of 1,200 nautical miles at 12 knots.
Julem I will be delivered later this year.