News: Bellagio Yachts

March 15, 2010 by hollandstar
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Bellagio Yachts in the Netherlands has contracted Dutch boatbuilder Mulder Shipyard to build a new series of semi-custom motoryachts in cooperation with Vripack Naval Architects.

Built entirely in aluminium, the 16m (52ft) vessels will be equipped with two IPS 600 Volvo engines for speeds of around 30kt. There will also be an option to install three IPS 600 engines, enabling speeds of up to 40kt.

The first of the new Bellagio models is expected to launch in April 2011.

Mulder Shipyard is a family-run builder of custom and semi-custom displacement and planing yachts, all of which are built in-house at its Voorschoten facility in the Netherlands.

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  1. john

    john on March 16, 2010

    This is the 1600? She looks to be inspired by a classic sports yacht – is she a true modern classic, does she have a tumble home transom etc, or is she completely modern with some traditional styling (which is the best kind!)- nice looking yacht anyway! Could even make a great larger superyacht tender too. More on Bellagio: http://www.bellagioyachts.nl

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