The 61-metre superyacht Top Five II, formerly known as Project 251, has been delivered to her owner. She has embarked on her maiden voyage and will cross the Atlantic Ocean, with Florida as her final destination. The superyacht was launched in Monnickendam, the Netherlands this past April and completed sea trials in the North Sea this past July.Photo: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht TimesThe owner’s representatives, Monique and Justin Chalain commented, “The owner spent five years researching shipyards to build his new yacht. It was the charm and character of this small bespoke yard in the heart of the historic city of Monnickendam that drew them in, and they decided that this is where they can create something truly unique. The result has exceeded all of our expectations. We are exceptionally proud that Top Five II is the first Royal Hakvoort yacht delivered after receiving its Royal designation. The yacht is a culmination of their 101-year shipbuilding history as well as serving as the springboard for excellence for the next 100 years."Photo: Tom van OossanenTop Five II was built by Royal Hakvoort Shipyard in the Netherlands and features both interior and exterior design by Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design. Her naval architecture was completed by Diana Yacht Design. She is built with an ice-class reinforced hull, providing her with true explorer capabilities. Moran Yacht & Ship oversaw the construction of the superyacht, on behalf of her owner.Photo: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht TimesPaul Costerus, senior designer and partner at Sinot Yacht Architecture & Design remarked, “Her interior is contemporary in style but not minimalistic. Many subtle details make the interior rich and desirable. The neutral material palette, outstanding marble selections and rich fabrics with some Japanese design influences create her character.”Photo: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht TimesOn both the main and owner’s decks, she has an impressive ceiling height of 2.4-metres. The 1,200 GT superyacht accommodates up-to 12 guests across six staterooms, including a designated owner’s deck. The owner’s accommodation features ample natural light from its large windows and skylight and is complete with his-and-hers bathrooms and an alfresco dining are and Jacuzzi on the foredeck.Photo: Tom van OossanenTop Five II has a cinema room situated on the lower deck and a family-style galley. On deck, Top Five II has ample space such as an upper deck swimming pool, an outdoor kitchen and barbecue, multiple lounge and sunbathing areas, and a fire pit on her sundeck.Photo: Charl van Rooy / SuperYacht TimesTop Five II has been built to the latest IMO Tier III emissions standards, with her twin Caterpillar 3512E diesel engines equipped with a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) unit, which serve to reduce nitrous oxide emissions. She is also outfitted with NAIAD zero stabilisers, which further stabilise the vessel. The superyacht has a 4,200 nautical mile range while cruising at 12 knots and can reach a top speed of 15.2 knots.