Delivery of the prototype is scheduled for July 2021

Holterman X-Treme X-105 rendering

A large ‘beach’ area on the aft deck can be converted into a wet launch system

Dutch yacht-builder Holterman Shipyard has released details of its latest design, the 32m X-Treme X-105.

A significant feature of the new design is a big ‘beach’ area on the aft deck that can be converted for a variety of leisure uses, including a wet launch system.

This system would allow a RIB tender of up to 10m in length to be driven into the dock, which would also contain an integrated 5m-long swimming pool with an adjustable depth using a movable bottom.

Forward of this area, and close to amidships, is a tender garage with doors that fold downwards on either side. The garage offers plenty of space for multiple water toys and can fit two jet skis and a RIB of up to 3.45m.

All essential technical systems on the X-105 are doubled up for optimal reliability. These include twin bow and stern thrusters, stabilisers and watermakers. Two 551kW main engines are coupled to steerable nozzles that offer excellent control and efficiency.

The outdoor deck flows seamlessly over into the spacious salon with a well-equipped galley. That same level holds the owner’s quarters with ensuite bathroom, and there are four double guest bedrooms on the lower deck which are all ensuite as well. There are also two double crew cabins on the lower deck.

The yacht has a 2400Nm range at a cruising speed of 10kt, and can reach speeds of up to 15kt. Delivery of the prototype is scheduled for July next year.