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Catalogue excerpts

JEMASA JeMaSa Photo courtesy of Hakvoort Shipyard taken by Stef Bravin S t r i k i ng D es i gn & E x cept i onal Co m f or t J EMA SA 2 | S u p e r Ya c h t I n d u s t r y | J anuar y 2007 BUILDER NAVAL ARCHITECT EXTERIOR DESIGN INTERIOR DESIGN Hakvoort Shipyards Diana Yacht Design Espen Oeino Michela Reverberi & Barbara Barry

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GRIFFIOEN A century of shipbuilding experience, traditional values of craftsmanship, the latest technology and the nest equipment and ttings… these are the elements that make JeMaSa so special. The 50-metre yacht represents another impressive achievement by Hakvoort Shipyards. The new build yacht is a oating showcase, comprising an abundance of comfortable features and ingenious design details. One of the unique particulars about Hakvoort is that most aspects of the design, engineering and construction processes are kept in-house. Today the yard has an experienced staff of more than 90 employees...

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JEMASA the space available and has a high volume for her length both in and outdoors. Owner’s Stateroom The comfortable main salon and dining room are stylishly nished in a variety of neutral brown and beige tones. The dining room, which can easily Striking Stairwell The main deck foyer is situated on the starboard accommodate twelve guests, is connected directly to side, en route to the lobbies above and below. They the forward galley. This spacious, convenient working area provides more than sufcient space are connected by a particularly striking stairwell conceived by Espen Oeino’s team. The...

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JEMASA exible manner during and after construction. Main components in the network, such as PCs and PLCs, are all redundancy-based; in the event of a fault in the main system, a back-up system automatically takes over all operations. The Captain’s cabin and ofce aft from this area are entered via the light and spacious bridge deck salon. Finished in white painted wood, highlighted Bridge Deck Salon JeMaSa’s elegant and ergonomic wheelhouse was with naturally stained cherry, the bridge deck salon is divided into three separate seating areas, one of designed by Captain Juan Koegelenberg, who was...

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JEMASA space forward includes an impressive widescreen and an inspired semi-circular settee that can be converted into a wide bed. This arrangement easily transforms into a giant bedroom under the stars or an open air cinema. The forward part of the bridge deck contains the practical mooring and anchoring equipment and a sizeable rope store. One of the many special features that underline JeMaSa’s exceptional design is housed on the starboard side where the main tender is stowed and shielded from outside view by an inventive wing-like structure that opens to serve as a practical launching area....

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JEMASA Going Dutch Also under construction is a stylish 45-metre, motor yacht bringing an entirely new meaning to the expression “Going Dutch”. Built to the highest Dutch standards by Hakvoort, yard number 241 has been designed by Cor de Rover. Responsible for the interior design brief is Felix Buytendijk and naval architecture was carried out by Diana Yacht Design. She will be the rst yacht to be built for chartering under the new Dutch government rules for Commercial Cruising Vessels (CCV). This all-inone, governmental package for yachts of 24 metres or over in load length, includes construction...

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