Construction of the new 13m yacht MTB Fourzero Wheelhouse is now underway at the Dutch shipyard with delivery scheduled in time for this summer in Europe.

MTB Fourzero Wheelhouse

MTB Fourzero Wheelhouse is the new flagship model by Dutch boatbuilder Breedendam Yachts

Breedendam Yachts in the Netherlands has announced the sale of hull #1 of its new flagship motoryacht, the 13m MTB Fourzero Wheelhouse. The Dutch boatbuilder has also confirmed that the new model, designed by Guido de Groot, will make its debut at boot Düsseldorf 2017.

Construction of the new 13m yacht is now underway with delivery scheduled in time for this summer in Europe.

The MTB Fourzero Wheelhouse features aluminium hull in a blue colour scheme. The owner has requested various special features on board, including a wide array of diving equipment and a hydraulic bathing ladder and gangway.

Hull #1 will also be equipped for both warm and cold climates so that it can be used in areas ranging from the Netherlands to the Caribbean.

Another special feature of the boat is that it will be possible to allow the yacht to run dry so that the owner can explore the Dutch Wadden Islands and other shallow regions.

Interior layout

The layout of the MTB Fourzero Wheelhouse has been designed to provide accommodation for four people.

She has a fully equipped galley, a dinette that can be converted into a double bed, a large salon area in the wheelhouse, a master cabin, and a large bathroom and shower room.

MTB40 interior

The new model will make its debut at boot Düsseldorf 2017

The main wood on board is teak, which is combined with white surfaces to reflect the personal taste of the owner. The builder explains that the teak is lacquered in a way that retains its natural look, with stainless steel details bringing in the accents.

The curved windows in the wheelhouse are double glassed and made of real glass. Synthetic leathers and outdoor fabrics are used for the sofa upholstery and Alcantara on the walls of the owner’s cabin.

The MTB fourzero Wheelhouse is powered by two Volvo IPS600 engines which give her a maximum speed of 35 knots but also allow the helmsman to hold position with a single push on the button.