VanDutch arrives – new level of power and luxury reaches our shores

The pinnacle of European sophistication meets naval architecture in the exquisite VanDutch power boat which has recently arrived in the country courtesy of importer and distributor VanDutch Australia.
Now available for purchase, the VanDutch was designed by renowned Dutch naval designer, Frank Mulder. Fitted with a hydraulic motor hatch and two Yanmar 480 horsepower engines it will reach a top speed of 45 knots.
This sleek masterpiece is available in a range of colours and is sure to turn heads with its extraordinary attention to detail.
Undisputedly at the top of its class, this classic, luxury day-cruiser emphasises power and comfort. The inviting cockpit accommodates eight guests on the immense white seating whilst the rear sunbathing platform will lounge three comfortably.
The VanDutch is available in 30’, 40’ and 55’ and provides not only a superior boating experience but an entertainer’s heaven with two refrigerators, air conditioning, sound system and microwave.
The bridge, floor and swim platform are created in Esthec®, a material offering all the beauty of teak without the high maintenance.
Importer Dick van Damme says the VanDutch represents a new class of boating in Australia.
“We’ve never had anything like it in Australia before. The VanDutch is for the discerning boat lover who understands and appreciates excellence, exclusive motors and sheer sophistication on the water.
“Australia with its impeccable waterways and harbours is the perfect setting for the VanDutch,” said Mr van Damme.
The VanDutch is distinguished by its intelligent underwater ship, making slamming and spray a thing of the past.  The deck is fitted with pop-up cleats, flush deck hatches and pop-up navigation lights, and the swim ladder and fender storage are also recessed. Such thoughtful design allows the sleek lines of the luxury boat to be fully appreciated.
“Our demonstration boat, the “Coco Noir”, is docked at d’Albora Marina, Spit Bridge where it is the talk of the jetty and is literally stopping traffic; its stupendous  achievement in design is a head turner and heart-stopper,” said Mr van Damme.