May 26, 2023

New Model: Holterman X-treme 105

Holteman X-treme 105 was one of the show stoppers for the 2022 Cannes boat show thanks mostly to its large tender storage system on the aft deck, able to accommodate a tender up to eleven meters in length.  Surely a record for a yacht measuring just over thirty meters!  But the records do not stop here, as remove the tender, and then you have an area, which drops down in the water, and fills a twelve squared meters swimming pool making this aft deck an exquisite unique entrainment lounging area. If you think this is over, it  is not!  The X-treme 105 designed by Bernard Weel for exterior and Diana as naval architect is not only about this, with the innovative looking tug from the future inspired super yacht which breaks some yacht design convenience rules, and thanks to this winning two awards by the end of 2022.  The X-treme 105 for example also brings the astern galley layout, so popular in yachts sub twenty meters in a 105 feet size, and also make redundancy its virtue thanks to its double systems, which also includes twin bow and stern thrusters, and four technical; electricity, water makers, generator, battery separate rooms.  Another interesting feature of the X-treme 105 is an easy engine take away system thanks to big hatches which makes a removal job done in a few hours, compared to a day or two of some other yachts.  Beside the aft deck able to accommodate the large ten meter tender, the X-treme 105 also features a side midships located garage with space for a rib tender of three and a half meters, and two jet bikes. That would be another record for tenders stowed in a yacht of 32 meters.  The Holterman X-treme 105 is an impressive machine in both its innovative and technical elements, with the markets noticing this and seven other X-treme units from sixteen to 32 meters being in build. 
Technical Data:
LOA - 32.65 m (107.1ft)
Beam - 7.84 m
Draft - 1.85 m
Displacement - 198.5 t 
Fuel Capacity - 19430 l
Water Capacity - 2100 l
Accommodation - ten guests in five cabins, four crew in two cabins
Engines - 2 x Volvo D16 750hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - fifteen knots max ten knots cruise
Range - 2400 nm at cruise
Construction - steel hull aluminium super structure
Project - Bernd Weel exterior, Diana naval architect
Certification - Lloyds LYC A

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