Pretty Woman: An Ideal Yacht For Chartering

By on January 15, 2010

Pretty Woman

Hakvoort shipyard, the famous Dutch shipyard with 80 years old history, will soon launch the new project – Pretty Woman, a 39 metre motor yacht.

For this project, Hakvoort shipyard has worked closely with the Dutch studios of Cor D. Rover for the exterior styling, Azure Naval Architects for the naval architecture and engineering, and the Italian designer Michela Reverberi for the interiors.

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The interiors of the yacht are designed in a traditional modern style. Pretty Woman will offer accommodation for up to 12 guests.

Pretty Woman

There are four double guest cabins on the lower deck, each with single beds that can be combined into doubles. In addition, the aft two cabins are separated by a sliding wall, offering the option of creating a single VIP stateroom.

Pretty Woman

There is a full-beam owner’s suite on the main deck which includes a stateroom with a king-size bed, large walk-in wardrobe, a coffee table with armchairs, a private living area with a sofa and writing table plus bookshelf and a particularly spacious bathroom with a large Jacuzzi.

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The propulsion system of the yacht consists of two modern and reliable C18 DiTA Caterpillar diesel marine engines, each accredited with an impressive maximum continuous rating of nearly 450 kilowatts.

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The sun deck will feature plenty of open space for sunbathing. The main lounge will contain two sofas in an open plan arrangement with the dining area, which will centre on a table for 10 guests.

Pretty Woman is an ideal yacht for chartering.


Specification of the Pretty Woman motor yacht:

Length Overall (m): 39.00
Beam (m): 8.00
Hull Material: Steel
Engine Manufacturer: Caterpillar Inc
Number of Engines: 2
HP: 600
Total HP: 1,200
Max Speed: 13.5
Fuel Capacity (Liters): 45,000
Water Capacity (Liters): 10,000
Naval Architect: Azure Naval Architects
Exterior Designer: Cor D. Rover Design
Interior Designer: Michela Reverberi

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Related links:
Azure Naval Architects
Cor D. Rover Design
Michela Reverberi