Van der Heijden Yachts Motor Yacht
Superior 2400
Reference: 24.049
Status
Coming Soon
Reference
24.049
Brand
Van der Heijden Yachts
Model
Superior 2400
Yard
Van der Heijden Yachts
Building Year
2010
Design
Van der Heijden Yachts
Hull Material
Steel
Superstructure
Aluminium
Length Hull
24.10 Meter
Beam
5.95 Meter
Draft
1.45 Meter
Engine(s) x HP
2 x 825 HP
Engine Brand
Iveco
Cabins Owner/Guests
8 berths in 4 cabins
Cabins Crew
2 berths in 1 cabins
Price Indication
On request
VAT Status
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This 24m. luxury motor yacht was built in 2010 by Van der Heijden at their Waalwijk shipyard in The Netherlands.

With a beam of almost 6m. and a draft of 1.4 m., she reaches a maximum speed of 25 knots. The motor yacht can accommodate 8 guests in 4 cabins, and 2 crew.

The planing steel hull of the yacht easily cuts steep waves, and the luxurious aluminium superstructure of this fast-displacement motor yacht offers guests plenty of light and space. The spacious upper deck has a flybridge and a dining table that offers seating for up to 8 people. There is a tender on the lowering swimming platform.

The spacious saloon is accessible from the cozy aft deck, through the aft doors that can open fully to increase space. The saloon has room for up to 8 people at the dining table. The entertainment system here is represented by a flat TV panel with a mini-lift that allows you to hide it in a separate niche, Hi-Fi radio, multimedia players with surround sound system. The special atmosphere of coziness is created by floor lighting and air conditioning. The open space plan combines the saloon with the galley and cockpit.

The owner’s cabin is equipped with a King-size bed, a deep wardrobe and an en-suite bathroom. Natural light inside the cabin is provided by opening portholes with mosquito nets, which complement the artificial lighting in the form of LED-lights.

The bow part of the yacht features a VIP cabin, with an en-suite bathroom. The other two cabins are equipped with wardrobes, air conditioners, bathroom.
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- Jeroen van der Vliet (about)