Holland Yacht Experience, the joint venture of a number of leading Dutch yacht companies based at Port Canto on the Côte d'Azur has announced a new addition to the group, Hogenelst SuperYacht Interiors, who have made interiors for more than 40 Superyachts.
Hogenelst SuperYacht Interiors can trace its roots back to 1916 when the company started out making handmade cabinets. Over the last three decades they specialised in the engineering, production and installation of yacht interiors for custom-made new builds and refit projects. Hogenelst SuperYacht Interiors works in unique and dedicated partnership with leading naval architects, interior designers and top yacht builders. The company operates from two locations in the centre and the north of the Netherlands, employing around 75 expert craftsmen, including a team with refit specialists who travel the world. It is for them that the Holland Yacht Experience office on Port Canto will be their Côte d’Azur home base.
Says Jacob Rienstra: "For Hogenelst the HYE provides an excellent vehicle to maintain close contact with our Mediterranean customer base, owners and captains alike."
The already existing partners of the Holland Yacht Experience, including Balk Shipyard, Wajer & Wajer, Mulder Shipyard, Van der Vliet Quality Yachts and Arie de Boom Marine are thrilled with the addition of this stable and renowned company.
Says Alex de Boom, co-founder of HYE : "We consider Hogenelst a perfect addition to the HYE portfolio, as this company enhances the diversity of our group and obviously aspires the same values of quality and continuity"