Van der Valk Raised Pilothouse

Helga

COMMING SOON

The fifth Raised Pilothouse model has been created as a family superyacht for the owners and their adult children. Like all boats in this range the layout and interior are fully customised to the client’s specific preferences and requirements.

Specifications

LOA 27.30m
Top speed 27 knots
Beam 6.25m
Fuel tank 8500l
Engines 1920hp / 1432kW
Water tank 1900l

Year
2021
Hull no
WV0126
LWL
20.68m
Draft
1.80m
Displacement
73t
Hull material
Aluminium (AlMg4.5Mn – H321)

Superstructure material
Aluminium (AlMg4.5Mn – H111)
Hull Shape
Hard chine, moderate V
Classification
MCA-MGN-280 Vessel Op.Cat. 2
Engine brand & type
2x MTU 12V/2000M96L 12 cil.
Cruising speed
23 knots
Shaft & Propeller
2x NiAlBr propeller, Veem Ultraskew 42″; 2x stainless steel 1.4462 propeller shaft

Gearbox
Reduction 3.00:1
Bow/stern Thruster
45hp hydraulic proportional bow thruster
35hp  hydraulic proportional  stern thruster
Generators
26kW Northern Lights PX332K2 230/400 Volts
26kW Northern Lights PX332K2 230/400 Volts
Holding tank capacity
2000l

Cabins
1 owner, 1 VIP, 1 twin guest, 1 bunk guest
Crew
3 person crew, 2 cabins
Naval architect
Van der Valk shipyard
Exterior design
Guido de Groot Design
Interior design
Guido de Groot Design
Owner’s repr.
Confidential

General Arrangement

CLOSE COOPERATION

The great relationship with the owners have been at the heart of this project, which has taken our Raised Pilothouse to new heights of sophistication. The all-new interior for Helga revolves around their choice for a layout with a spacious main salon and large seating area in the wheelhouse, with a galley forward. The decision to place the dining facilities in the wheelhouse frees up space in the saloon for the sofas and chairs, enhancing the cosy family lounge feel.

PROPULSION POWER

Another choice that owners have with the Raised Pilothouse is between a Volvo Penta IPS system with counter-rotating forward-facing propellers or a shaft-driven propulsion system. The owners of Helga have opted for twin 12-cylinder MTU engines, giving an estimated top speed of 27 knots.