Claasen Jachtbouw launches superyacht Lionheart

24 June 2010 • Written by Malcolm MacLean

Claasen Jachtbouw in Holland recently launched the 44 metre sailing yacht Lionheart.

Lionheart is the first of a new breed of aluminium J-Class sailing yachts being built to a Hoek design at Holland’s Claasen Jachtbouw.

When delivered she’ll be the largest J-Class superyacht in existence, with 17m overhangs on an LOA of 43.4m. ABS classed and MCA compliant, she will be able to accommodate eight guests in four cabins. Lionheart is currently for sale as a joint central agency with Will Bishop at Yachting Partners International and Hoek Brokerage, asking €14.9 million.

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