Since 2008, VanDutch has been producing unique high-end boats with aggressive, monolithic designs, and the highly-awarded shipbuilder has now revealed the latest addition to its fleet with the 40.2 deck boat.
Measuring 40’ 11” and displacing 8.6T, the boat boasts a similar design to its 2019 predecessor, though the length and height of the 40.2’s single-piece hull have both been increased by 10”. Other key changes include a new customizable wet bar with a covered sink, bumper-style wraparound side-rails, and a dual-level self-draining deck with adjustable sun-pad backrests and an extended swing platform (deck) at the bow of the vessel. Inside the tweaks for 2020 consist of a redesigned lounge, galley, bathroom with standalone shower. Controlled via two 12” monitors with Garmin electronics and GPS, the 10-passenger yacht is powered by a pair of Volvo D6-440 diesel engines that generate a collective 880hp and afford the ship a top speed of around 36 knots (41.5mph). Further information and pricing on the 40.2 are both available from VanDutch upon request.