The Dutch shipyard Van der Valk has unveiled a new addition to its Flybridge series at the 2019 Cannes Yachting Festival. This new yacht measures 24 metres and is a modern version of the series launched in 2007 under the name Continental 2.
Meanwhile, the design of the latest model to join the Flybridge series comes from the drawing boards of the Amsterdam-based designer Cor D. Rover.
This new yacht was developed with the intention of complementing, rather than replacing, the more classic Flybridge model, and has been designed for ease of operation and even single-handed cruising.
The spacious new version of the Flybridge series features floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic views of the surrounding areas. The vessel includes four double staterooms with ensuite bathrooms along with quarters for live-aboard crew.
The aluminium-built new modern Flybridge is powered by triple Volvo Penta IPS1050 engines.
The Dutch shipyard also had two of its latest launches, the first BeachClub 660 Flybridge and the custom 32-metre Raised Pilothouse Jangada 2.