Blue Jeans, 33-meter Van der Valk motoryacht delivered

The 33-meter, totally customized Van der Valk motor yacht Blue Jeans has finished her maiden voyage from the shipyard to London and been delivered to her owner.

The all-aluminum yacht, which Guido de Groot designed from top to bottom, is touted by the Dutch shipyard as being the most complicated all-custom project to date. It is intended for “kicking back and relaxing” with friends and family.

Interior renderings show a warm, modern aesthetic with lots of blonde wood, subtle lighting, and luxurious materials. The design team incorporated liquid metal, copper, and Lapis Blue marble in addition to white Carrara marble to add to the opulent atmosphere on board. The yacht also gives more consideration to generating a light and airy atmosphere, which is accomplished by higher-than-average overheads, which in the lounge can reach up to 2.5 meters.

A bar, three distinct seating sections, and a dining room forward with a capstan table that can double in size to accommodate a big group of visitors are all found in the main saloon. There is also a sea terrace that opens up, which offers an alternate place to unwind.

While Blue Jeans is a mid-sized superyacht, she offers plenty of space for eight guests, who are divided between an owner’s suite, two VIP cabins, and a twin cabin. Four crew members can sleep in additional cabins.

The boat also has a retractable diving board built into the port bulwark and a circular sundeck seating area with a fireplace in the center and hidden drink storage.

The boat also has a foredeck “chillout area” with a U-shaped sofa, a dining table that rises from the deck, and sunpads nestled into the bow.

A spacious garage for a Carbon Craft CC130 turbojet tender, which is released via a hydraulic swim platform, is one of the additional amenities on board. Two 2600 horsepower engines provide the propulsion for the 28 knot top speed.

The yard said, “Building a custom yacht for customers who know exactly what they want is a pleasure and a privilege. It’s the precise kind of task we enjoy taking on.

Blue Jeans relocated to a new shed to be outfitted and was lowered into the sea in 2022. It was first seen there in June 2021.