Van der Valk expands

Mar 30, 2017 by Triton Staff

Dutch builder Van der Valk Shipyard is building a new and larger construction hall this year to celebrate its 50 years building yachts. The expansion will enable the company to build motoryachts up to 40m in length.

The yard has eight new build projects under way, with six ready for delivery in the coming months.

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