June 6, 2023

New Model: Van Den Hoven Voyager 50 Coupe

In early December 2022 Van Den Hoven delivered the first Voyager 50 CoupĂ© to her delighted owners. This new smallest model in the Voyager series comes from a design by RenĂ© van der Velden, with the sport yacht performing superbly in combination with elegance, space and comfort. The Voyager 50 Coupe has a sporty look that appeals to a younger crowd, along with a stylish and modern feel, and can also cruise into many European rivers and waters with lower bridges thanks to its lower profile. A single-level layout and low step make for easy accessibility, further enhanced by the aft deck, saloon, galley and steering position all being located on the same deck. The Voyager 50 Coupe is also a highly manoeuvrable yacht that is simple to sail, and operate with a high attention to detail thanks to a finishing of the highest level. The Voyager 50 Coupe is also equipped with fixed fin stabilisers that keep roll to an absolute minimum.  Van den Hoven Voyager 50 Coupe welcomes guests into the aft deck with a dinette offering the perfect sport for lounging or dining for up to six people which converts into a large sunbed for two. The stern features a large storage space with an electrically operated hatch to store bicycles and the like. The up and down hydraulic swimming platform can accommodate a tender of up to 3.85 metres. Wide and safe passage-ways lead to the foredeck where there is a sunbed and a forward looking seating area.  The Voyager 50 has an interior and can accommodates six persons in three cabins, all located on the lower deck with the master room located forward.  The Van den Hoven Voyager 50 Coupe is powered by twin Volvo 480hp with line shaft propulsion which give a top speed up to 22 knots,  As all Van Den Hoven Voyagers the 50 Coupe is built in aluminium, and for this can easy be customized to clients requests. 
Technical Data:
LOA - 15 m (49.2ft)
Beam - 4.80 m
Draft - 1.15 m
Displacement - 26 t
Fuel Capacity - 3000 l
Water Capacity - 1000 l
Accommodation - six berths in three cabins
Engines - 2 x Volvo D6 480hp
Propulsion - line shaft
Speed - 22 knots max, seventeen cruise
Project - Rene van der Velden
Construction - aluminium

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