July 6, 2019

New Model: Wim Van der Valk 32M Raised Pilothouse

Wim Van Der Valk is delighted to announce the successful launch of the 32-metre Raised Pilothouse named M/Y Jangada 2. Built for a repeat client of a Wim Van der Valk and a Raised Pilothouse the 24 model, this super yacht is the fifth and at 32 meter the largest to date in the Dutch builder custom aluminium build Raised Pilothouse line.  32M is now being put though her final paces, after which she will head to the Mediterranean for the 2019 summer of cruising along the French Riviera.  The owners of 32M Raised Pilothouse made the most of all their experiences on their first 24.99M Raised Pilothouse to have their new yacht even more customized to their requirements. Working in close partnership with Nick Top and Guido de Groot, they designed some very specific details, ensuring that the VIP suite bathroom on the main deck closes off for use by guests during the day, adding to the crew accommodations and creating an even more spacious galley by optimizing the functional area under the pilothouse.  This kind of smart thinking typifies the genuinely bespoke nature of a yacht that reinforces why our Raised Pilothouse line has been such a hit. And there are many more ways in which Jangada 2 makes a clear statement of her own. She has a minimalist interior style that is based primarily on whitewashed European oak. The flybridge deck has an outdoor dining area, a sunbathing space with plenty of loose sunbeds, an all-aluminium hardtop providing ample shade and a smart wet bar.  The main deck aft is spacious with curved glass sliding doors to the lounge, while a VIP suite forward offers fine views. The full-beam owner’s stateroom is on the lower deck and includes large his and her wardrobes and a dedicated office area. There are three other cabins sleeping seven adults and children, bringing the possible guest total to eleven.  
Technical Data:
LOA - 32 m (104.9ft)
Waterline Length - 26.2 m
Beam - 7.05 m
Draft - 2 m
Displacement - 127 t
Fuel Capacity - 10000 l
Water Capacity - 2500 l
Accommodation - eleven guests in five cabins, six crew in three cabins
Engines - 2 x MTU 12V2000 M96L 1920hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 24 knots max 18 knots cruise
Hull Shape - medium-V with hard chine and bulbous bow
Construction - Aluminium H321 for hull, H111 for super structure
Project - Nick Top and Guido de Groot for exterior, Van Oossanen for hull shape
Certification - RINA Cross of Malta, Mach Y class 

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