Today, in the midst of a sunny and beautiful day in Monnickendam, Netherlands, the Hakvoort shipyard introduced their biggest superyacht to date, the sixty-one meter Just J’s. Diana Yacht Design has been responsible for this naval architecture that slipped into water.
Earlier known as project Golden Age, Just J’s offers a significant point in Hakvoort’s timeline, as she is a straight result of the yard’s top expansion operations that was undertaken in the year 2012 whereby their primary shed was broadened to 65 meters. Just J’s has an interior architecture by Sinot Yacht Design.
The yacht will fit up to fourteen guests over seven luxurious cabins, which makes it perfect for Croatian Yacht Charters. Amongst the several features on board will be a devoted owner’s deck above the primary deck with huge skylight in the deckhead above. Other installations on board include a dedicated massage place, steam shower, a hammam, a large pool on the sundeck as well as the ability to introduce two large tenders from both port as well as starboard.
The vessel has now been taken to a place outside Amsterdam where she would have her mast checked, and final end-works done before the sea trials will commence. However, Hakvoort is not slowing down, and provisions for the receiving of a 63 meter project, Zeus, are already on the go. The completed hull as well as the superstructure is anticipated to be moved inside the main shed in the following weeks.