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The 38-metre motoryacht Soprano launched by Hakvoort


The Dutch shipyard Hakvoort recently launched its newest 38-metre motoryacht Soprano, also known as project YN 250. The yacht was designed by Diana Yacht Design and features an interior by Felix Buytendijk.

Featuring a displacement-type hull shape, this 38.25 m motoryacht has flared V-sections in the bow, large overhangs, a moderate deadrise amidships and a canoe stern. Suitable for global bluewater cruising,

The main lounge contains two sofas in an open plan arrangement with the dining area, which centres on a table seating 10 guests. The beautiful open aft area has a built-in seating with teak table. A foldout platform located amidships will be recessed into the side the hull giving access to the water for boarding and swimming.

Another lounge is located on the bridge deck, leading out on to an open aft area with al fresco dining table. The aft deck houses the main tender while the fore deck features a laser sailboat and the MOB tender.

The sun deck features plenty of open space for sunbathing as well as another built-in seating with teak table. A large whirlpool bathtub forward can sit four to six people, a BBQ grill will be installed in the bar.

The yacht comfortably accommodates nine guests and seven crew members. The owner’s suite is located on the main deck, while two double guest staterooms and a VIP stateroom are located on the lower deck. Crew quarters include a well-equipped mess, three cabins and smart connections to storage areas and technical spaces.

The yacht is powered by two Caterpillar diesel engines type C18 DITA, MkI, Tier II, each with an MCR of 447 kW at 1800 rpm, providing for a top speed of 13 knots, and a cruising speed of 11 knots.