Van der Valk delivers Nicostasia

Aug 24, 2018 by Triton Staff

Dutch shipyard Van der Valk recently delivered the fourth yacht in its raised pilothouse semi-custom range, the 85-foot (26m) Nicostasia. Built for a repeat client, the interior and exterior were designed by Guido de Groot in accordance with the owner’s request for a “cool-looking, smart-working family boat,” according to a statement from Van der Valk Shipyard.

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