Van der Valk Custom

COMING SOON: PROJECT 111.11

Shared vision

What happens when the bespoke ideas of knowledgeable owners who’ve enjoyed decades on the water join forces with the creative talents of exterior designer Guido de Groot and interior designer Carla Guilhem on a full custom yacht based on the proven hull design of MY Lady Lene. The answer is the powerful Project 111.11, a full-displacement 34-metre superyacht with twin Volvo Penta 750 hp continuous duty engines and a top speed of 14.4 knots. All  four decks have been designed to meet specific needs on a yacht with a fold-out platform aft and a lazarette for jet-skis that will be a superb relaxation area in its own right. In fact, everything about Project 111.11 revolves around entertaining large groups of people in style on a compact boat with lots of volume.

Specifications

LOA 34.13m
Top speed 14.50 knots
Beam 7.80m
Fuel tank 24620l
Engine 2x Volvo D16-MH 750hp / 551kW
Water tank 5540l

Year
Under Construction: 2024
Hull no
WV0144
LWL
31.82m
Draft
2.00m
Gross tonnage
295 GT
Hull material
Aluminium (AlMg4.5Mn – H321)

Superstructure material
Aluminium (AlMg4.5Mn – H321)
Hull Shape
Round bilged, Full displacement
Classification
RINA C✠HULL • MACH; Ych – Short Range – Red Ensign Yacht code – Part A
Engine brand & type
2x Volvo D16-MH 750hp / 551kW
Cruising speed
13.54 knots

Shaft & Propellor
Stainless steel water lubr. duplex ø=100mm, VEEM Ultraskew 5-bladed propellers Ø TBD
Generators
2 x 55kW Köhler 55EOZDJ55kW 120/208 Volts 0.8 PF3 Phase 1800 RPM 60 Hertz
Holding tank capacity
2800l

Cabins
1 owner, 4 guests
Naval architect
Diana Yacht Design and Ginton Naval Architects
Exterior design
Guido de Groot Design
Interior design
Carla Guilhem Design
Owner’s repr.
Confidential

General Arrangement

Smart synergies

Using the engineering packages and cutting files from a successful Van der Valk generates major cost synergies while allowing for the entirely different look & feel we see on Project 111.11. The owners have made the most of this efficient way of building that provides exceptional freedom to customise a yacht above the waterline. The exterior design showcases their fondness for straight lines, with all angles pointing in the same direction going forward and the fashion plates aft rising to the hardtop in a continuous line. Note, too, the large floor-to-ceiling windows in the salon with doors that open aft and to the portside dining area, plus the expansive al fresco seating areas.

Carte blanche

Another custom idea is an asymmetrical sky lounge on the bridge deck which generates an extra beam for a better flow in that area. Other highlights include a master suite with a large walk-in wardrobe and a lower deck laundry station with a large washer/drier capacity. A walk-through from the laundry into the guest corridor is facilitated by a watertight bulkhead door fitted for damage stability. Enormous attention has been paid to storage, with all spaces under sunbeds and sofas utilised and a large refrigerated area within the foredeck. Carla Guilhem has been given carte blanche to create a unique interior style.