Since their change of management in the Spring of 2006 Danish Yacht are forging ahead and are building on their successes to expand different areas of the business.
Danish Yacht have recently completed a number of exciting and varied new build projects including six vessels for the Danish Navy, which are to be used for marine environmental surveys, naval exercises and cadet training, a Bluebay 130 fast cruising sailing catamaran and Aventura a 33m sailing yacht.
The latest craft to be completed in November 2006 was a modern, hi-tech carbon/epoxy open dayboat. This craft featured stunning performance with a 7500hp engine and top speed of 45 knots (80kph).
A new order has been confirmed for another 115ft (35m) motor yacht with a similar high grade, personalised specification. Designed by Espen Øino, the boat is to be built and fully equiped at Danish Yacht in Skagen. This new yacht is expected to be delivered in 2 years and guarantees work for the yard’s 75 employees and a further 40 sub-contractors.
As a development from the naval vessel build project, Danish Yacht is to start building a semi-custom motor yacht to an owner’s specification for interior and deck layout in Spring 2007. It is intended that the vessel will operate within a 2100 nautical mile range at 12 knots and will be specified with custom systems and different engines.
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