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32m raised pilothouse yacht Jangada 2 nears completion at Van der Valk

32m raised pilothouse yacht Jangada 2 nears completion at Van der Valk

Dutch yard Van Der Valk is nearing completion on its 32 metre custom series superyacht named Jangada 2.

The yacht, which is due for delivery in May this year, is the fifth biggest superyacht from the yard’s custom series line and the second largest overall after the 36.8 metre Santa Maria T.

The design and styling were created by Nick Top and Guido De Groot to a "very specific brief", while the naval architecture was developed in-house with a moderate-V hard chine hull shape.

When delivered, Jangada 2 will sport a number of custom features chosen by the owner. These include a flybridge deck with an outdoor helm station, al fresco dining and sunbathing area, as well as a wet bar.

There is also an 800kg crane for deploying and retrieving tenders and toys and curved glass sliding doors leading to the saloon. Inside, Jangada 2 features a minimalist interior in whitewashed European oak.

Accommodation is for up to nine guests split across four cabins including a main deck owner’s suite. On the lower deck, the VIP cabin would stretch across the entire 7.05 metre beam, while a third double cabin and a twin cabin with a Pullman berth would complete the guest area layout. Meanwhile, the crew quarters on the 32 metre Van Der Valk raised pilothouse yacht will be suitable for a staff of up to six people.

Designer Nick Top said: "It’s a real pleasure to work with an experienced owner and create a functional GA that meets the requirements of the owner, even taking into account any future grandchildren.”

Power will come from a pair of MTU 12V2000 M96L engines capable of pushing the Van Der Valk 32M RPH to an estimated top speed of 18 knots.

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