VanDutch’s 32-footer is the new entry-level vessel in the Dutch brand’s five-model range, which also includes 40-, 48-, 56- and 75-foot yachts. Like its larger siblings, the VanDutch 32 retains the brand’s minimalistic, windowless hull styling. Italian shipyard Cantiere del Pardo recently purchased the brand and is building the new model.
The VanDutch 32’s helm station is to port and has a single helm seat with a backrest and two cup holders. There is additional forward-facing seating for one, parallel with the captain’s seat and separated by the belowdecks entrance on centerline. Forward, there’s a wet bar; under it, there’s an 11-gallon fridge. A fridge under the captain’s seat is also available. Abaft and to starboard, there’s L-shaped seating for six guests.
Garmin electronics and a 12-inch display are standard, or owners can choose the optional 16-inch display.
The VanDutch 32’s standard power is a single Volvo Penta V-8 430-CE gasoline engine sans joystick. Other options from Volvo Penta include twin V-6 280-CE gasoline engines, a D6-380/DPI diesel, or twin D4-300/DPI diesels. The optional engines all come with joystick control. According to the builder, the VanDutch 32’s top-end speed is around 45 knots. At a 25-knot cruise speed, range is reportedly 150 nautical miles.
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