The Construction of Project 111.11 - Episode #2

We’re excited to share the latest build update on Project 111.11, the stunning 34-metre full-aluminium superyacht by Van der Valk shipyard in The Netherlands. Catch a glimpse of the meticulous craftsmanship and design that goes into building this beauty.

Project 111.11 is a full-displacement superyacht, based on the proven hull design of awardwinning MY Lady Lene, with twin Volvo Penta 750 hp continous duty engines and a top speed of 14.4 knots. All four decks have been designed to meet specific needs on a yacht with a fold-out platform aft and a lazarette for jet-skis that will be a superb relaxtion area in it own right. Everything about Project 111.11 revolves around entertaining large groups of people in style on a compact boat with lots of volume.

Project 111.11 features exterior design form the drawing boards of Guido de Groot Design and interior penned by Carla Guilhem Design. The exterior design showcases straight lines, with all angles pointing in the same direction going forward and the fashion plates aft rising to the hardtop in a continous line.The large floor-to-ceiling windows in the salon with doors that open aft and to the portside dining area, plus the expansive al fresco seating areas. Her naval architecture, construction and engineering is a collaboration between Ginton Naval Architects and our Diana Yacht Design team.

For more information, please visit Van der Valk Shipyard.

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