Holterman delivers first 24m X-Treme 78 Sport

Dutch shipyard Holterman has delivered its first 23.9 meter X-Treme 78 Sport model Miramar. The new model marks a new iteration of Yard’s X-Treme line, designed by Bernd Weel and sharing the same DNA as the 32.6 meter Mrs. Fleurwhich won two awards at the BOAT Design & Innovation Awards last month.

The design concept for the 78 Sports focused on speed and space. To fulfill this mandate, Miramar was constructed from lightweight aluminum with a planing hull design. A twin chine deep V hull and twin Volvo Penta IPS propulsion package enable her to reach top speeds in excess of 30 knots.

The layout of the yacht is unconventional for a sport yacht and this frees up more space for the design team to work. Miramar displaces a total of four 54 tons and offers accommodation for eight guests in four cabins.

The main deck has been designed to be the hub of family life on board, with a lounge area, dining area and galley. The owners love to cook and entertain, and the open layout allows guests to relax and socialize without being separated by a partition.

Natural light is provided by large windows that run the length of the yacht and a headroom of 2.4 meters on the main deck provides a light and airy feel.

Kitty van der Kamp Design led the interior design of Miramar. Holterman’s in-house carpenters have provided a mix of dark oak and lighter walnut elements that work together with translucent light panels and bronze accents.

Van der Kamp said the wide 6.2 meter bar Miramar helped bring the design to life. “The height of the forward suites is also impressive,” she added, and the yacht is “completely based on the owners’ style preferences and how they live on board”.

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Miramar also houses a lounging area on the foredeck with a U-shaped sofa and a wide sun lounger. The bow is designed to ensure privacy when in port and a second helm station is located here, allowing for maximum flexibility in manoeuvring.

Bernd Weel said: “The level of workmanship at Holterman is phenomenal and each yacht features a wide range of amenities that make life on board a real pleasure. This meticulous attention to comfort and detail extends to the interiors and the X-Treme ethos is truly impressive in every way.”

Next to MiramarHolterman also delivered his first X-Treme 54, Ferox. “Each project required a very different approach, as one owner likes wood and another doesn’t,” continued Van der Kamp. “The results speak for themselves.”

Holterman currently has a second X-Treme 54 under construction, while the first X-Treme 60 is in development.

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