The Netherlands-based builder Ned Yacht plans to launch a new 70 feet (21.45 metre) superyacht called NED 70, which has been designed by Vripack Naval Architects.
With a length width ration of 3:1, NED 70 is a slender and powerful superyacht which has been designed on the Low Displacement Length (LDL) principle. The yacht has an all-aluminium body.
To accentuate the slenderness of the yacht, the designer has placed the windows in the wheelhouse at different angles, which lend a surreal effect. Further, the shape of the stanchions also makes the vessel look slimmer. The superyacht has sharp and angular lines.
The hull features bilge keels and stabilizers, which makes the vessel stable in most turbulent waves. Additionally, the bilge keels also assist the vessel to easily dry out in tidal areas. All the horizontal surfaces of the yacht, including floors, have been done up in Corian.
The superyacht has three cabins, two large guest cabins with ensuite bathrooms at the rare side. The owners suite is located at the front side of NED 70. The bathrooms of the guestrooms have separate toilet and shower compartments.
The front side of the vessel also accommodates sun-lit and airy saloon and the wheelhouse. The middle of the boat accommodates helmsman. Next to helmsman are seats for passengers and two couches. The saloon has a big U-shaped dinette,which can accommodate up to seven people. The cockpit has two fixed benches and several moveable hockers, which can be customized as per the requirements of the owner.
The fresh and contemporary interiors of the super yacht have been done up in oak and wengé. Light permeates into the inner space through wengé blinds. The upper side of the interior is white, while the ceilings are made of panels with lining, which, in addition to beautifying the place, offer acoustic benefits as well. All the seats have grey and white leather covers, which is contrasted by colourful cushions.
NED 70 has a cruising speed of nine knots and can travel at maximum speed of 15 knots.