Designer Knud E. Hansen has released more information about their latest design, for two customized sisterships, which both have their own distinct look. The two 26 metre yachts are currently under construction at Holland Jachtbouw, as hull number 099 and 100.
The model is designed to be operated by a crew of only two, and will offer luxurious accommodation for up to 12 persons, which can be any mix of crew and passengers.
The reinforced steel hulls and aluminum superstructures will allow the yachts to navigate the Baltic and North Atlantic all year round. They will feature a hybrid propulsion system, which consists of diesel main engines and a series of batteries, which allows the yacht to cruise without any engine noise or emissions.
Knud E. Hansen tells SuperYachtTimes.com that the designs will be available for repeat constructions of similar yachts, at different shipyards. The design- and IP-rights belong to newly established Danish company Poseidon Shipbuilding ApS, who have signed a sales and marketing agreement with DBC Marine ApS, Denmark for the world market.
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