Van der Valk presents 32m raised pilothouse project



Dutch yard Van der Valk has unveiled the 32m raised pilothouse yacht project.

The styling is the work of Nick Top and Guido de Groot, while naval architecture was developed in-house. The new vessel will be able to accommodate eight guests in four double cabins, including the owner's suite. Crew quarters allows for a staff of six people.


Power will be provided by two MTU 12V 2000 M96L diesel engines that will push the Van der Valk yacht to a top speed of 18 knots. The hull and superstructure are made from aluminum.


“This innovative yacht will meet highly demanding owner’s wishes and comes with a contemporary overall profile harmonized by understated classic elements.”, said the yard in a statement.