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7 new superyachts to look out for in 2017

7 new superyachts to look out for in 2017

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Kleven 370

116.15 metres

This is only the second superyacht built by Kleven, which is better known for commercial offshore vessels, and both of them have been for the same client: New Zealand billionaire Graeme Hart. As the first, Ulysses, was completed only in 2015, the build of the two boats overlapped.

Many of the statistics regarding Hart’s two Kleven-built yachts are remarkably similar: same beam, draught, max speed (16.4 knots) and range (8,500 nautical miles). Meanwhile the extra length (8.75 metres) and GT (925) of Project 370 provide accommodation for, among other things, eight more crew.

When asked about the thinking behind the larger vessel, Hart said: “There’s a lot of people that don’t have the appetite for a build project. It’s a long process and it’s not without tears. I happen to really enjoy it.”

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