With the build progressing ahead of schedule, the 38m fast dayboat in build at Danish Yacht’s superyacht yard in Skagen will soon be turned over for final interior and exterior hull lamination. Once this work has been completed, the hull will be turned back to commence work on the internal structures.
Weight is rigidly controlled on the construction and assembly fittings to ensure that the dayboat will perform to her tank test predictions of 51 knots. All of the engineering systems for the sophisticated mechanisms for this unique motoryacht are now completed, along with the majority of the below sole piping installation for the fuel system.
In-house specialists at Danish Yacht are now starting work on production of exterior fairleads and railings, having already completed the engineering for the tender launching system, passerelle and side-boarding ladder. Jonathan McDonnell, Senior Technical Salesman said, “We are delighted with progress so far with build 116 and are on track for Spring 2010 launch. The Danish Yacht joiners and systems engineers are now working around the clock to make sure that we meet all the construction deadlines on this unique and exciting project.”