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Royal Hakvoort's 61m superyacht Project Asia revealed

2 June 2021• Written by Miranda Blazeby

Project Asia, the 61 metre superyacht currently underway at Royal Hakvoort Shipyard, has been revealed for the first time.

The joined hull and superstructure of the yacht have now arrived at the yard in Monnickendam.

Images: Tom van Oossanen

Designed inside and out by Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design, Project Asia was sold by Moran Yacht & Ship and will be the seventh new build Hakvoort project sold and overseen by the broker.

Also known as Hull YN 253, Project Asia features accommodation for a total of 12 guests, including a master cabin on a private deck, with a stateroom, two bathrooms, a study and skylounge.

The rest of the guest accommodation comprises a full beam VIP suite on the main deck, alongside the lounge and formal dining area. Four additional double cabins sit on the lower deck while the crew quarters of eight ensuite cabins sit on the lower deck.

A swimming pool, bar and sunpads sit on the sundeck while the wheelhouse and gym are found on the upper deck.

Two large tenders will be stored in the garage on the main deck at port and starboard while the lower deck aft will include a massage room and Hammam.

It comes after Royal Hakvoort launched the 61 metre Sinot-designed superyacht Project YN 251.