In pictures: 61m Project Asia arrives at Royal Hakvoort Shipyard

Written by Francesca Webster

The 61-metre superyacht Project Asia, hull YN 253, has arrived at the Royal Hakvoort Shipyard where she will be prepared for her final outfitting by the Dutch yacht builders.Project Asia yacht hull in transit Photo: Tom van OossanenThe superyacht has been designed by Sinot Yacht Design, both internally and externally, and Moran Yacht & Ship have managed the sale and build in collaboration with Royal Hakvoort. Project Asia yacht hull in transit Photo: Tom van OossanenThe hull, which is in advanced stages of construction, arrived at the shipyard in Monnickendam on Monday after construction was completed at the Gebr. Buijs Scheepsbouw BV. Her naval architecture was designed by Diana Yacht Design.Project Asia yacht hull in transit Photo: Tom van OossanenShe features a full-beam VIP suite on the main deck with his and hers bathrooms, a lounge, dining area, and bar. The owners stateroom is situated on the owners deck with en suite, lounge with an al fresco dining area to aft, with a table to seat as many as 16 guests. There will be additional accommodation for eight guests on the lower deck, with four spacious staterooms, all with en suite bathrooms. There is also accommodation on the lower deck for 16 crew in eight en suite cabins.Project Asia yacht hull in transit Photo: Tom van OossanenThe aft lower deck has an extensive spa with Hammam and entertainment area, while the sundeck features a swimming pool, bar lounge area and sun beds. Project Asia yacht hull in transit Photo: Tom van OossanenThe top deck features the wheelhouse, with a spacious gym and exterior seating to the aft. Two tenders will be launched from the main deck to both the port and starboard side.Project Asia yacht hull in transit Photo: Tom van OossanenPowered by twin Caterpillar 3512E HD diesel engines, she can reach top speeds of 15 knots, a cruising speed of 13 knots, and has a range of 3,800 nautical miles at 12 knots.Project Asia yacht hull in transit Photo: Tom van OossanenCapable of carrying 130,000 litres of fuel and 20,000 litres of fresh water, Project Asia is well-equipped for long voyages.Project Asia yacht hull in transit Photo: Tom van Oossanen

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