The new Jetten Beach 55 is the first yacht under new yard's ownership.

Cor D. Rover is responsible for the design of the 17m motor yacht. Albert Nazarov of Albatross Marine Design made the naval architecture of the Jetten Beach 55. The expected top speed is about 34 knots.

The main deck layout contains a galley or an additional seating area alongside the salon and the helm station.

The lower deck has a full-beam owner’s cabin. The layout can have a galley with a full-beam VIP cabin forward or a twin and a Pullman bed cabin. When the kitchen is on the main deck, this area can be a further guest cabin.

The price of the Jetten Beach 55 starts at €1,850,000.

The yacht is available with a flybridge that contains the helm station, sunbeds, and seatings. A flexible bimini can cover the flybridge.

Renderings without the flybridge

Up to new horizons

Jetten Jachtbouw is under the new ownership of Malta-based shipyard MSAR Ltd., owned by Jack Wijnants, who also owns the yacht brand AMASEA. Wijnants plans to set up innovations and bigger yachts up to 100 feet. Moreover, leaving traditional materials like steel and aluminum and using more carbon-fiber.

Jack Wijnants about the new project:

“We are excited to reveal this first exciting project for Jetten Jachtbouw,” said Wijnants. “Having spent many years of my own family leisure time on Dutch yachts, I appreciate the quality and deserved reputation that come from this pedigree. I want to change the way we see this category of yachts by bringing new and innovative construction techniques to the Netherlands. The results are manifold: low maintenance, low running costs and greater use of interior space. Owners will appreciate this difference every single day.”