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News: Hakvoort Launches 63.75M Flagship "SCOUT"

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  1. 63.75-meter Flagship "SCOUT" Launches At Hakvoort
    The 61-meter "Just J's" has been knocked off her Hakvoort flagship pedestal by a new comer. The new flagship of Dutch yard Hakvoort is a 63.75-meter superyacht called "SCOUT" previously referred to as Project 'Brio'. This new yacht has had a storied existence even before it could be launched. The vessel changed ownership while under construction and had different designers. The new owner changed her exterior appears quite a bit to suit their needs. Part of the new brief was to have a yacht that look like it was converted from a commercial vessel despite being new.
  2. SCOUT's design (external and internal) was handled by H2 Yacht Design with Naval Architecture from Diana Yacht Design. She was built with a steel hull and and aluminium superstructure. The exterior lines are hard and crisp and they added forward sloping windows to the forward end of the superstructure. The two main tenders are not concealed as you might expect on a vessel of this LOA. The designers put them on the bow in the cut-out area between the touch-and-go helipad and the superstructure.
  3. Onboard SCOUT will be hosting her guests in four cabins on the main deck while the upper deck belongs to the owner. Crew should have more spacious areas on the lower deck. Power is supplied via a pair of CAT 3512C marine diesels with the ability to run SCOUT to a top speed of 14.8-knots. The yacht still needs to be fitted with essential parts like her propellers, rudders, stabilizers, radar mast etc so she will leave the Hakvoort yard to have them fitted in Amsterdam. SCOUT is expected to be completed by the Spring of 2019.

    For more information:

    Hakvoort Shipyard
    Havenstraat 22
    1141 AX Monnickendam
    The Netherlands
    www.hakvoort.com

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