LOA 23,95m
Beam 6,80m
Engine HP 1153hp / 847kw
Top speed 18 knots
Fuel tank 15000l
Water tank 2500l
Year 2016
Hull no. T.b.d.
LWL 22,60m
Draft 1,80m
Displacement T.b.d.
Hull material Aluminium (AlMg4.5Mn – H321)
Superstructure material Aluminium (AlMg4.5Mn – H111)
Hull Shape Round bilge – Fast Displacement
Classifications Lloyd’s 100A1 SSC Yacht Mono G6 (hull)
Engine brand & type 2x CAT C18 SWAC
Cruising speed 14,0 knots
Shaft & Propeller Stainless steel duplex Ø=70mm, Veemstar 5-bladed propellers”
Gearbox ZF2000, reduction 2,5:1
Bow/stern Thruster 35hp hydraulic proportional bow and stern thruster
Generators 26 kW Northern Lights 26KW 230/400 Volts
  16 kW Northern Lights 16KW 230/400 Volts
Holding tank capacity 1000l
Cabins 1 owner, 1 VIP, 1 twin guest, 1 bunk guest
Crew 3/4 person crew, 2 cabins
Naval architect Ginton Naval Architects
Design & styling Guido de Groot Design
Interior styling Guido de Groot Design
Owner’s repr. Not applicable

This 23.95 is the first in an exciting new series of semi-custom trawler-style yachts designed for the yard by Guido de Groot. The vessel is being built on spec and is available for sale.

Designed as a contemporary go-anywhere yacht, the 23.95 has a round-bilged hull and semi-displacement capabilities that ensure maximum fuel efficiency. Together with the large fuel tank and light aluminium construction, this enables the vessel to achieve a very long range, making her ideal for owners looking to explore the world in comfort and style.

Powered by twin Caterpillar C18 SWAC 1150 hp engines, the 23.95 will be capable of a maximum speed of 18 knots. As the base engine system has been designed to accommodate a wide range of systems and brands, at this stage of construction there is still an option for potential owners to make their own choice of size and make of engines, gearboxes and stabilizers, depending on the range and speed required.

Boasting a large volume, the 23.95’s interior is both practical and sophisticated. She will be able to accommodate eight guests in four spacious cabins, with crew quarters for four crew astern. In addition to a sumptuous flybridge, the yacht will have additional outdoor recreational space forward of the wheelhouse on the main deck.