Executive 2100 finished in the summer

Executive 2100 finished in the summer

The owners of the new Executive 2100 are eagerly awaiting the launch of their new motoryacht. Understandably so as the development of this very special boat has revolved around two concepts: space and comfort. And, as every sailor knows, these are indispensable features on a yacht that is intended to be used often and with pleasure. A special feature of the Executive 2100 is its single, super-spacious master suite and bathroom. As she will be used for long trips, the yacht also dedicates lots of space forward to storage. If there turns out to be a need, this space can later be converted into a second cabin. You can see the construction video here. It shows, among other things, a so-called ‘spud pole’, a steel rod that runs through a vessel and can be pulled up or dropped down to fix a boat to the bottom. In other words, it replaces mooring ropes or an anchor.

Executive 2100 finished in the summer

The owner of the 2100 opted for this solution in order to be able to berth in the marina in the centre of Ghent, which only has short jetties. The new yacht will be able to moor with its aft section adjoining the jetty while lowering and fixing her spud pole forward. This is the best way to berth a 21-metre boat in the centre of Ghent. (You can see how a spud pole works here) Most sailors using the spud pole concept opt for two poles, allowing them to moor anywhere. As the only reason for one on the 2100 is to have the capacity to use the quiet port of Ghent, a single pole is sufficient.

New owner lined up for Executive 1700 Mk1

Until the new 2100 is delivered this summer, her owners will continue to use their trusted Executive 1700 Mk1 from 2013. This yacht has already been sold to new owners, who will take her over when the 2100 is delivered. The 1700 Mk1 will then undergo a number of adjustments, including the placement of a wine cooler.