Hakvoort's designs custom yachts
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Hakvoort Shipyard | Company Information
Hakvoort Shipyard -
Semi-Custom Yacht Designs
A century of boat building experience, the latest technologies,
finest equipment and traditional values of craftsmanship.
Hakvoort Shipyard has established itself Albert Klzn Hakvoort as a brand to be trusted. Beginning life in 1919, when Mr Albert Klzn Hakvoort purchased a small shipyard in Monnickendam, in the Netherlands, Albert set about making wooden and eventually steel fishing vessels. As the decades passed and the fishing industry waned, Hakvoort Shipyard saw a niche in the pleasure sailing market and the very first custom designed Hakvoort was built in the early 1980s.
A Family owned Company
Over the years the company has passed from father to son several times, being now in its fourth generation of ownership. Even its employees have worked with the brand generation after generation, with entire families of craftsmen working within its team. Of its over 60 staff members, 20 of them are engineers that have worked with the company for many years, initially taking some four to five years to train within the company. Dr Albert Hakvoort, the Great Grandson of its founder, said: "Finding new quality staff is one of our biggest challenges. "
And it's a challenge that the company is in the process of facing as we speak, with the recent expansion of facilities meaning that the company now has two working slipways, the newest of which is able to handle vessels and luxory yachts up to 63m in length.
designs custom yachts
Each and every one of the yachts that leaves it's slipway is one of a kind and has been designed with the attention to detail that is expected from its well established name.
The floating interior of its unique and custom vessels comes directly from its own brand, Unlimited Interiors; while every other aspect of the boat is built at the shipyard itself.
One particular feature that sets these large boats apart from many others on the market is the design of the internal piping throughout. Dr Hakvoort explained: "All piping is floating throughout the boat, so there are almost no vibrations in the interior. This makes the boat very quiet."
It's one of the many reasons that customers return time after time, some for a new yacht, some for a simple redesign of their existing Hakvoort yacht but either way, the company can boast customers that have been returning to them for some ten years.
1141 AX Monnickendam
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JeMaSa Yacht by Hakvoort Shipyard, Monnickendam.
JeMaSa built by Hakvoort Shipyardis a motor yacht that offers everything. She easily accommodates up to 12 guests in luxury, and offers a comfortable living area for 10 crew members in 6 cabins. The motor yacht "JeMaSa" Naval architecture by Diana Yacht Design Company, and launched on January 2006. TheJeMaSa is an attractive and practical 50 meter luxury motor yacht, with aluminum superstructure and steel hull .
In sea operation the JeMaSa is an extremely quiet yacht and she handles very well in close quarters. She has since the day she was launched, sailed around the world for over 3 times.
The main salon and dining area are still in the pleasant brown and beige tones, and the owners stateroom is still finished with teak.
The only thing that the crew has changed are the some pipes and colors in
the engine room of the power yacht. JeMaSa is optimized for owner
privacy and for chartering.
The dining area in the yacht which easily handles up to 12 persons and main salon are on the aft of the main deck. The dining room easily accommodates up to ten guests. A dumb waiter reaches all the above decks and ensures that food can very easily and quickly be served at any of the dining spaces onboard of JeMaSa Yacht.
The JeMaSa side decks features comfortable seating areas and hot and cold buffets. The main deck comprises a lobby and galley with a full beam owners area forward, this area features a king-size bed, a dressing room and a beautiful full-width bathroom with his and hers shower space.
According to the season air blowers above the seating keep the area hot or chilled and the wind from the side decks can be closed off with sliding glass screens.
The lower deck comprises five cabins. Two "VIP suites" offer generous spaces with luxury bathrooms. The five double crew member cabins and crew mess are also on the lower deck but they have their own stairway leading up to the main deck.
The open forward space includes an impressive widescreen and a settee that can be converted into a wide bed and that is not all.
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