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Van der Valk Continental Yachts delivers blue hulled luxury yacht Selena

Dutch builder Van der Valk Continental Yachts has delivered 24.86 metre Selena, a luxury yacht that stands out with her on-trend blue hull colour. She can be spotted cruising the Adriatic this summer.

Impressively, Selena marks the 17th delivery in six years in Van der Valk’s Continental Two series of yachts. Constructed entirely in aluminium, exterior design and naval architecture comes from Van der Valk – Continental Yachts’ in-house team.

She features a hard-chine, semi-displacement hull form, and fitted with the latest Volvo Penta IPS-800 engines – three in total – she promises a swift ride, reaching speeds of 24 knots.

Luxury yacht Selena offers two helm stations so she can be steered from the sun deck as well. The sun deck also boats a bar and a L-shaped sofa and settee, primed for al fresco dining. The foredeck offers another outdoor entertaining spot with a sun bed and lounge seating for four.

The hydraulically operated swim platform can hoist a tender or personal watercraft with an up to 1,000kg capacity, lowering for easy launching and boarding.

The modern interior is a study in earth tones, highlighted with stainless steel details, natural acrylic stone countertops, black walnut joinery and Peonia mosaics.

Selena welcomes eight guests in three double guest cabins and a twin, each with its own en suite saloon. Three crew are accommodated in quarters in the bow, which also has a crew mess.

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