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PB Design and Flevoship in the Netherlands are close to completing construction of the truly exceptional 30-metre motor yacht Belle de Jour. Designed and built to the very highest standards of quality and execution, the yacht is the first in a unique custom series from the boards of Pieter Beeldsnijder. Created for a highly experienced yacht owner and fully Lloyd’s certified, Belle De Jour is exquisitely finished in every respect.

   With his rich experience of working with yards such as Royal Huisman and Feadship, designer and naval architect Pieter Beeldsnijder is very used to partnering with owners who have very clear ideas and will accept nothing but the best. This project has been no exception. “The owner of Belle de Jour has been very involved at every stage of the design and construction, which became increasingly sophisticated as it proceeded. Together we have carefully worked through every aspect to the finest detail and had great fun doing so. This is the best way to get the best possible product, and one of the reasons why Belle de Jour can truly be called a mini-mega yacht.”
  While a 30-metre yacht would normally have at least half a bridge deck, the choice has been made for a prominent main deck and the sporty look of the flybridge. This reflects the owner’s desire to enjoy all the comforts of a luxurious main deck and not worry about the extra volume of the bridge deck. He also intends to frequently sail Belle de Jour himself so will not require a full quotient of crew. There is still good accommodation for several support crew members, with their own entrance from the stern and from the port side.


  The social areas of the main deck have been deliberately left open plan, including the galley, so that the onboard party can enjoy their time together in good company. Other specific requests include making the deck sufficiently large to transport a small car which can be lifted on and off board by means of an onboard crane. 
  The exterior profile of Belle de Jour is powerful and elegant, reminiscent of a fine sports car. This is enhanced by the large freeboard and closed bulwarks, which also emphasise the yacht’s seaworthiness and safety and create a perfect balance of function and design. The extraordinary attention to detail is clear in the stainless steel profiles and rubbing strakes, custom deck fittings and the countersunk doors to the wheelhouse. 
  Belle de Jour‘s stained oak interior will be equally impressive, with a warm yet sleek character and Art Deco touches. Interior highlights include a large owner’s stateroom, two guest cabins that can be combined into a VIP suite and a fabulous lounge with large windows which open up to create an alfresco haven of serenity on the aft deck. The engine room is also a work of art in its own right, including specially developed LED lighting.  
  When she is launched at the end of March, Belle de Jour will be the first in a custom series available in a range of different lengths. A more detailed report on this highly impressive project will be available in the near future. 

Hull type Twin Propeler, ocean going motoryacht
Naval Architect PB design Edam
Length overall 29.26 mtr.
Length waterline 26.04 mtr.
Beam overall 7.62 mtr.
Draft 2.10 mtr.
Displacement circa 200 ton
Maximum speed ( 50% load ) 13 knots
Fuel capacity ca. 31.800 ltr.
Fresh water ca. 4.400 ltr.
Grey & black ca. 3.500 ltr
Classification Lloyd's Optional Large cooercial Yacht Code LY2/MCA
Hull Steel
Superstructure Aluminum
Main engines 2 x MAN – 598 PK – 440 KW
Gearboxes 2x ZF 500 – 1A
Engines control Electric Rexroth
Propellers Sip marine 5-blade # 915 mm
Generator 2 x Northern Light 64 KW
Bow and stern thruster Hydrosta 100 PK/75KW each
Stabilizing Naiad 420 zero speed system