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Hartman Yachts breaks into superyacht scene with new Amundsen range

New-Build, Business
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Charl van Rooy

Dutch shipbuilder and merchant maritime expert, Hartman Marine Group have opened a new division of construction under the name Hartman Yachts. The new brand will build motor yachts ranging from 24 to 42 metres in length operating from the town of Urk.

Already having delivered one unit in its yachting range in 2016, the 24-metre motor yacht Livingstone, Hartman Yachts now offer a well developed and diverse range of options that are divided into two different forms of cruising.

The latest range, Amundsen, is named after Norwegian polar explorer Roald Amudsen. True to its name sake, the three Amudsen variants will be built with Polar Class hulls as standard while keeping a fresh elegant design by Kroes & Poortinga. A 26, 35, and 42-metre version is on offer each with a high level of specifications that will enable uninterrupted, self-sustained cruising.

The second range, Livingstone, continues the existing classic 1930s ocean liner style that was first introduced through motor yacht Livingstone. The timeless veneer will be outfitted with futureproof and ultra modern equipment that will make for a truly luxurious experience on board. Hartman Yachts once again worked with Dutch design firm Kroes & Poortinga on the lines and engineering of the project.

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