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First 32.65 Metre X-105 Superyacht Underway at Holterman Shipyard

First 32.65 Metre X-105 Superyacht Underway at Holterman Shipyard

Dutch builder Holterman Shipyard has begun construction on the first 32.65 metre crossover X-105 superyacht.

Recently sold, the first X-105 is part of the yard’s new X-Treme range and is scheduled for delivery in July 2021. The new range will also include the smaller models of the X-Treme 90 and X-Treme 78, which are currently under development.

With a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, the X-105 features a “robust exterior” designed by Bernd Weel with naval architecture by Diana Yacht Design.

The “stylish interior” was penned by Trimm Design and features accommodation for a total of 10 guests.

The guest accommodation comprises four double cabins on the lower deck while the owner’s ensuite cabin sits on the main deck. The crew quarters, which allows for a staff of four, also sits on the lower deck.

The outdoor decks flow into the spacious saloon and galley while the wheelhouse is located above the owner’s cabin.

Elsewhere, the X-105 features a wet launch system for a 10 metre RIB aft thanks to the five metre integrated swimming pool. Equipped with a moveable bottom, the pool has an adjustable depth.

The garage amidships opens up on either side of the yacht and has plenty of storage for a range of water toys such as two Jet Skis and a RIB of up to 3.45 metres. The X-105 will also be equipped with bow and stern thrusters, stabilisers and watermakers.

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