Vripack designs new NED 70' motoryacht
What is most striking when you look at the NED 70 of the Dutch company Ned Yacht is the length/width ratio of 3:1. The slender shape of this stunning new motoryacht is accentuated by the angle of the windows in the wheelhouse and the shape of the stanchions. This brand new motoryacht was designed by the international well-known Vripack Naval Architects according to the so-called ‘LDL-principle’. This means that not the ships volume is essential, but the lines of the ship itself are leading in the design. Of course the completely aluminium NED 70 is provided with all luxury you can image. But also the range of this special ship is stunning. You can cross the Atlantic and pick an anchor bay on Barbados, but also cruise the British east coast or the Dutch ‘Wadden-area’.
The lines of the NED 70 are sharp and angular. These contours make the yacht look slender and a little ‘mean’. Designed according to LDL, in which LDL stands for Low Displacement Length. A modern word, but a principle that is at least one century old. The NED 70 by Vripack has two guest cabins in the back of the ship. The owners cabin is situated in the front. The guest cabins are big, each with its own bathroom with a separated toilet and shower compartiment. All horizontal surfaces – including the floors – are finished in Corian
The superstructure of the NED 70 has slanting lines and is provided with dark windows. Both big windows in the sides of the superstructure are constructed in a way that they also provide space to sit down. In front of the superstructure you will find a big hatch where you can store lines, fenders and all kind of other stuff. Nice details on deck are the aluminium bollards and the black stanchions and rails.
The interior of the NED 70 is fresh and modern. The outside light is filtered by wengé
blinds. The finish of the interior is a combination of white washed oak
details. This finishing gives every piece of furniture in the yacht it’s own final touch. The upper side of the interior is white which intensifies the roomy impression of the inside of this yacht. The ceilings are made of panels with lining. This has a good effect on sound-isolation and is a very nice contrast with the white top-finishing. All seats are covered with grey and white leather
. Colourful cushions provide a sparkling contrast.
LOA: 21.45 m
BOA: 5.49 m
Draft: 0.96 m (half load)
Propulsion: 2x John Deere 6068 SFM 50 M5, 300 hp/2.600 rpm
Cruising speed: 9 knots
Maximum speed: 15 knots
Range: 3,300 Nautical miles at 9 knots cruising speed
Fuel: 8,400 litres
Water: 1,500 litres
Naval Architect: Vripack
Builder: Ned Yacht BV
For more information:
8606 KC Sneek
P.O. Box 334
8600 AH Sneek