Last Friday saw the launch of another yacht at Hakvoort, less than two months after the launch of Mirgab VI. Hull number 245, she is now known by the name Pretty Woman. Designed by Cor D. Rover, Pretty Woman will start her sea trials in about 3 weeks and she is on schedule for a delivery at the end of July. The 39 metre luxury motor yacht is built to Lloyds Special Service Craft regulations and provides sumptuous accommodation for up to 12 guests.
Built in steel and aluminium, this superyacht has naval architecture by Azure Naval Architects. The interiors have been designed by Michela Reverberi and will depict a modern nautical style. The main deck will have the owner’s suite with a king-size bed and large walk-in wardrobe, plus a study. The four additional guest cabins can be spotted on the lower deck and will have two single beds each along with lots of storage space.
The sun deck of super yacht Pretty Woman features plenty of open space for sunbathing as well as two large sofas and adjustable teak tables. A large whirlpool bathtub accommodates up to six people and a BBQ grill will be installed in a granite-topped bar.
The pretty yacht is up on sale via Jan-Jaap Minnema of Fraser Yachts with a price tag of € 19,750,000 (around $24,000,000).