cruising motor yacht / flybridge / raised pilothouse / IPS
Wim van der Valk Continental Yachts
flybridge, raised pilothouse
24.99 m (81'11")
Her interior design is the fruit of a partnership between the owner, Guido de Groot Design and respected Belgian designer Nick Top. Whitewashed English oak and clean, straight lines constitute the foundation of the interior. Jangada is highly sophisticated, with a wealth of thoughtful details and a very open and spacious feeling.
Automatic sliding doors connect the saloon from the spacious aft deck area. Two LC2 Le Corbusier chairs immediately grab the attention. A floating polished stainless steel stairway leads from the saloon up to the helm station and flybridge deck. The dashboard features both perforated full-grain leather and spotless rapello suede, produced by Moore & Giles from the finest hides and upholstered into an unprecedented cockpit console. The main deck forward accommodates the day head, galley and crew quarters. The crew quarters comprise two cabins, a bathroom and a crew mess.
An illuminated stairway grants access to the lower deck areas, which are divided into four cabins: the full-beam master with two walk-in wardrobes, the VIP suite, and two guest cabins. Each includes an ensuite bathroom, ensuring maximum privacy for owner and guests.
Jangada’s outside spaces are particularly impressive. The spacious aft deck features a large dining area with a small pantry, and provides plenty of shade thanks to the extended flybridge awning. The rest of the flybridge deck is uncovered and includes a U-shaped dining area, a wet bar with grill, sink, fridge and ice-maker, and a large sun bed forward of the two-seat outdoor helm position. The aft section comprises an Opacmare crane with a capacity of 600 kg and houses both a 4.5-metre tender and a PWC.