The success of the previous Open Days at the Van den Hoven yard is something we are looking forward to reliving again this year. The next Open Day is planned for Saturday 11 April and from 12.00 onwards you are welcome to join us for delicious drinks & snacks and to see the very latest developments at Van den Hoven.
Voyager 61 hull
For instance, the Voyager 61 has now been moved to the finishing hall and is ready for your inspection. Her impressive aluminium hull is looking great, and you’ll also have the chance to walk around in, on and around the yacht to experience the remarkable sense of space offered by the Voyager 61.
Like to know more about this fast and fabulous motoryacht? Click here for a great video that really captures her spirit.
New 1700 Mk2 nearly finished
The third new Executive 1700 Mk2 is also nearly finished and ready for you to admire on the Open Day. But if you’d like to be on the water yourself this spring and don’t want to wait until 11 April, make an appointment with Bart or Michelle so they can show you around this stunning yacht in person. We also welcome any questions about the Executive 1700 Mk2 via this email address, and Bart or Michelle can be reached by phone on 31 416 319 183.
Start of 1850 Flybridge
With the Voyager 61 moved to the finishing hall a start has been made on the new Executive 1850 Flybridge, commissioned by a client at the end of last year. During the Open Day we can tell you all about this unique yacht, which will mainly cruise the European coastal waters. We expect to deliver the Executive 1850 Flybridge to her owners in the summer of 2021.
The flybridge on the Executive 1850 has a very large roof, which serves as an entirely new living space and can accommodate an extra steering position and sun beds. There are more lounging options on the foredeck and the yacht also includes an hydraulic swim platform with tender and an outdoor galley.
The new 1850 Flybridge will have three spacious and comfortable cabins and two bathrooms, with the rest of the layout being largely similar to that of the first 1850. Click here for information, a video and photos of sister yacht Rio Grande.