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Holterman Shipyard's 33m in-build yacht X-105

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Elodie Behravan

Dutch ship builder Holterman Shipyard has unveiled new details about the 32.65-metre superyacht known as the ‘X-Treme’ X-105. The steel and aluminium X-105 yacht features Diana Yacht Design naval architecture and a robust exterior designed by Bernd Weel, while Trimm Design completed her interior designs. The first hull from the X-105 range is already in-build and expected to be delivered in July 2021. Holterman X-Treme 105 yacht renderingPhoto: Holterman ShipyardThe X-105 yacht will be equipped with the latest technical equipment, including the 4 Waveless STAB electric and ultracompact stabilisers by CMC Marine; Argo, an integrated steering and stabiliser fin control system; and Directa 120, the fully electric steering gear system. Additionally, the X-105 will be equipped with a wet launch system suitable for a 10-metre RIB, which features an integrated five-metre swimming pool with a moveable bottom that allows for the depth to be adjusted.

The in-build X-105 yacht will accommodate guests in four double staterooms located on the lower deck, all of which will feature ensuite facilities. The crew area is also located on the lower deck and is comprised of two double cabins, of which one features a bunk bed configuration. Holterman X-Treme 105 yacht renderingPhoto: Holterman ShipyardThe 199 GT vessel has been designed to allow for a smooth integration of interior and exterior spaces, which is evident in the outdoor deck design which seamlessly flows into the saloon and galley area. The wheelhouse, located above the owner’s cabin, will also provide for a less enclosed feel thanks to the open connection to the saloon. 

Guests will have the option to enjoy the outdoors on the flybridge or the beach club in the rear aft deck. Located amidship, a dedicated garage will offer sufficient space for numerous water sport toys including two jet skis and a RIB of up to 3.45 metres. X-Treme 105 yacht exterior designPhoto: Holterman ShipyardEquipped with two Volvo D16MH engines with 551 kW each, the X-105 yacht will be able to reach a maximum speed of 15 knots and cruise at 10 knots, at which speed she is expected to have a transatlantic range of 2,400 nautical miles. 

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