Dutch shipyard Van der Valk has launched the 32-metre superyacht Jangada 2. This is the fifth and the largest one of the Raised Pilothouse custom series so far. The vessel will now go through sea trial paces, ahead of delivery to her repeat owners later in June.
While her sistership had been delivered in 2015, the owner of Jangada 2 ordered the vessel at the end of 2017. All the way through, they worked in a close cooperation with designers Nick Top and Guido de Groot as well as Van der Valk in-house design team; to ensure their new yacht is fully customised to their requirements.
Jaganda 2 is trademarked with specific features; such as VIP suite bathroom on the main deck that could be closed off for use by guests during the day without entering the bedroom itself. Other examples of specific requests on Jangada 2 include a minimalistic interior style based principally on whitewashed European oak.
The flybridge deck will have an outdoor dining area. A sunbathing space with plenty of loose sunbeds and an all-aluminium hardtop providing ample shade; as well as a smart wet bar. Furthermore, there is abundant space for the storage of a tender and/or toys, including a crane with a lifting capacity of 800 kilograms. This deck will also feature a handy outdoor helm station.
The yacht’s main deck features curved glass sliding doors to the lounge, while a VIP suite forward offers fine views. The full-beam mater suite on the lower deck includes large his & her wardrobes and a dedicated office area. Seven more people can be accommodated within three other cabins, raising total guests’ capacity to eleven.
After delivery, Jangada 2 will head to the Mediterranean for a relaxing summer cruise along the Côte d’Azur. She will make her official debut at the Cannes boat show 2019 in September.
As to Van der Valk Shipyard, it is a family-owned business, operating since 1967 and currently employing over 45 craftsmen. The yard is located in Waalwijk, the Netherlands, with the founder; Wim van der Valk, remaining a driving force behind the company. Other recent projects of the yard included the first BeachClub 600 unit with plenty of space on-board and the second hull for 660- series Beachclub.