Two weeks ago Hakvoort shipyard has launched their latest superyacht, Pretty Woman. This 39-metre luxury ocean-going motoryacht with a steel hull and aluminium alloy superstructure was designed by Cor D. Rover and is on schedule for a delivery at the end of July 2010.
The Pretty Woman has naval architecture by Azure Naval Architects. Her interior layout was created by Michela Reverberi.
Her interior will be in a traditional modern style. The full-beam owner’s suite includes a stateroom with a king-size bed and large walk-in wardrobe, plus a study. There are four double guest cabins on the lower deck, each with single beds that can be combined into doubles.
The social areas of the superyacht include an open plan main lounge/dining area arrangement, the bridge deck lounge and spacious sun deck area.
The superyacht offers accommodation for up to 10 guests and will be ideal for chartering. Her twin Caterpillar C-18 DITA engines will give her a top speed of 12.5 knots.
Specification of the Pretty Woman:
L.o.a.: 39.0 m / 128 ft
L.w.l.: 32.9 m / 108 ft
Beam: 8.0 m /26’2″
Draft: 2.45 m / 8’03”
Construction: Steel hull, Aluminium superstructure
Displacement: 360 tons
Main Engines: 2 x Caterpillar engines type C18 DI-TA
Speed: top 12.5 knots and cruise 10.5 knots
Fuel capacity: 45,000 l / 11,889 gal
Fresh water capacity: 10,000 l / 2,642 gal
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