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Billy Budd II (built as Saudade of Hamilton, Royal Huismann Hull # 360)
From the legendary Royal Huisman yard with naval architecture designed by Judel Vrolijk, the 34.3m Billy Budd was built for a client who holds high performance as his first criterion. She is designed to be a fast and comfortable cruising yacht with a fully battened main, with many of the winches from Rondal.
On Billy Budd the deck is not just functional: it is an aesthetic space as well, created by Pieter Beeldsnijder of PB design, in keeping with his philosophy that elements on deck and below ought to be in total harmony. In de the accommodation areas Beeldsnijder has created a joinery style he calls “Art Deco Maritime,” but which would still be “elegant” by any other name. It is fashioned in satin varnished mahogany, with contrasting wenge inlays and white-leather overheads. There is indirect lighting along the furniture baseboards, and portlights have sliding shoji screens that give warm natural light by day and soft backlighting by night. The overall effect is that of substance and intimacy.
The yachts has been extensivelyrefitted in 2011 and 2015, featuring now new teak deck, new rig, new engine, new generatorsand complete new hydraulics.
Royal Huisman yachts don't change hands very often and Billy Budd II represents a unique opportunity to own a pedigreed yacht with a recent refit at an exceptional price.
A magnificent yacht ready for a new owner looking for new adventures around the world!
United Yacht Sales New Jersey would love to guide you through a personal showing of this 112' Royal Huisman 34m luxury sailing yacht 1994. This yacht for sale is located in Genova Italy and priced at $3,600,000. For a showing please contact us by filling out the form on this page and we will get back to you shortly!
34m luxury sailing yacht
2015 450.00 HP
2015 450.00 HP
ROYAL HUISMAN OVERVIEW
In an era of mass production and throw-away values, Royal Huisman holds the torch for the finest custom engineering and craftsmanship. Its mission is to create exceptional yachts – whether classic or modern, sail or motor – for individuals with a distinctive vision and uncompromising standards. The yard is family-owned and was established in 1884. It was awarded the “Royal” warrant in1984 in recognition of 100 years of quality and excellence. This long-standing culture of perfectionism applies itself as equally to today’s leading edge technologies as it does to traditional craft skills. Royal Huisman takes pride in building and refitting unique custom yachts, modern or classic, sail or motor, aluminium or carbon composite, from 30m (100ft) - 90m (300ft). The focus is dedicated to quality rather than quantity. To build yachts consistently ranked as the world’s finest requires a special approach. Royal Huisman’s Intelligent Engineering™ uniquely blends expertise and infrastructure with specialist skills - both internal and external – to the specific requirements of each project. Continual investment in more than 30,000m2 of purpose-built facilities keeps the yard at the forefront of custom yacht-building and refitting. The yard is located at the geographical heart of Holland’s internationally renowned concentration of specialist maritime industries. Here, customers can see their project being built “all under one roof”, yet with ready access to a world of skills and expertise.
Judel-Vrolijk was the naval architect firm involved in the professional vessel plans for Billy Budd II. Her interior design was realised by Pieter Beeldsnijder Design. Judel-Vrolijk is also associated with the yacht wider design collaboration for this yacht. Created by Royal Huisman this vessel was fabricated in the known yacht building country the Netherlands. She was successfully launched in Vollenhove in 1994 before being delivered to the original owner. The hull was constructed with aluminium. The sailing yacht main superstructure is made for the most part from aluminium.
Teak laid decks, coachroof and cockpit – New 2015
Keel & Rudder:
MECHANICAL AND ENGINE EQUIPMENT
Engine & gearbox:
Propulsion & Steering:
PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS
NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
ACCOMMODATION AND OTHER EQUIPMENT
Billy Budd 2 can accommodate 6 guests in three staterooms and 5 crew in 2 cabins forward. The interior has a split saloon arrangement with the upper saloon area in the deckhouse accessed off the cockpit. In this space there is a dinette with seating to port and navigation station and desk to starboard. You can be out of the weather and still enjoy panoramic views. The stairs forward take you to the lower saloon area which has a large dinette to port and an entertainment lounge area to starboard. Forward from the saloon is the galley and access to crew quarters. A passageway leading aft from the saloon accesses twin guest cabins port and starboard each with ensuites. Aft of the guest cabins is the full beam master with ensuite and tub. She has been maintained and managed by a professional crew of 5.
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Spars are carbon fiber and a new Nordic "park avenue" boom was added in the 2010 refit. There are dual headstays, as well as a staysail stay, all with hydraulic furlers. Having multiple headsails on furlers allows for tremendous flexibility and with the hydraulic winch package you can have any sail combination with the press of a button; all from the safety of the cockpit aft which features a dual helm setup.
Full North Sails sail suite
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Anchoring & Mooring:
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. This listing is a courtesy of a member of the International Yacht Brokers Association and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.