LOA 28,50m
Beam 7,00m
Engine HP 500hp / 331kw
Top speed 13 knots
Fuel tank 22000l
Water tank 4000l
Year T.b.d.
Hull no. T.b.d.
LWL 26,10m
Draft 1,80m
Displacement T.b.d.
Hull material Steel (Quality grade A)
Superstructure material Aluminium (AlMg4.5Mn – H132)
Hull Shape Round bilge – Full Displacement
Classifications Lloyd’s 100A1 SSC Yacht Mono G6 (hull)
Engine brand & type 2x Volvo Penta D13-MH 500 bhp
Cruising speed 11,0 knots
Shaft & Propeller Stainless steel duplex Ø=70mm, Veemstar 5-bladed propellers”
Gearbox TBD, reduction 3,4:1
Bow/stern Thruster 60hp hydraulic proportional bow and stern thruster
Generators 32 kW Northern Lights 230/400 Volts
  32 kW Northern Lights 230/400 Volts
Holding tank capacity 4000l
Cabins 1 owner, 1 VIP, 2 twin guest
Crew 3/4 person crew, 2 cabins
Naval architect Ginton Naval Architects
Design & styling Guido de Groot Design
Interior styling To be decided
Owner’s repr. Not applicable

Part of the Van Der Valk Continental Four (Trawler) range, the 28.00 is characterised by powerful hull lines that accentuate an elegant raised pilothouse – a look popular for yachts between 20 and 37 metres in length. Although a raised pilothouse reduces guest space on the main deck somewhat, it also allows for a panoramic wheelhouse with better helm visibility for the captain and guests, as well as a forward owner’s stateroom with large windows on the main deck. The main deck features a generous salon and dining area for ten guests. The outdoor living spaces are equally impressive and include a large seating section on the main deck.

Thanks to its sturdy lines, spacious volumes and enticing owner’s cabin on the main deck, we believe this type of trawler yacht will thoroughly appeal to both the American and European markets.