November 17, 2017

New Model: Van Den Hoven 1850 Executive

Dutch Van den Hoven present the new Executive 1850, an extension of its 1700 series. Both the exterior and interior have been designed by John van Leeuwen in cooperation with yacht designer Arnold de Ruyter. The curvaceous lines give the side view an even more stylish appearance. The 1850 is available both with and without a flybridge. The overall concept is carefully considered: elegant with lots of space, Van den Hoven are build of steel so that all client wishes can be realized. The Executive 1800 leverages on all the benefits and experience of its sister vessels in the Van den Hoven fleet and then goes a step further. A striking example is the capacity to close off the entire aft deck by means of a practical yet luxurious awning set-up so that it can still be used when the weather is less pleasant. The outside decks have a natural walking flow and the flybridge version adds a whole new dimension to the sailing experience. With a small outdoor kitchen, fridge, comfortable settees and an extra steering position, this area is the equivalent of a rooftop terrace. Protection from the sun can be provided by a stylish, practical bimini.  There is a great deal of space on this yacht, as is typical for Van den Hoven, with the engine compartment placed entirely aft. The Executive 1850 features three luxurious cabins, two large bathrooms with toilet and one separate day head, a large living area and a modern galley. The yacht is equipped with twin Volvo 300hp engines and stabilizers. 
Technical Data:
LOA - 18.70 m (61.3ft)
Beam - 5.35 m
Draft - 1.40 m
Displacement - 46 t
Fuel Capacity - 2200 l
Water Capacity - 1500 l
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins
Engines - 2 x Volvo D4 300hp
Propulsion - line shaft 
Speed - 11 knots maximum
Construction - steel
Project - John van Leeuwen exterior and interior, Arnold de Ryter naval architect
Certification - CE A

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