Vim van der Valk
Length over all:
3x Volvo Penta D11A-C 11,0l 6 cil
Entering the yacht from the aft deck, one passes through striking high-gloss varnished teak doors to reach the striking classic interior, principally executed in Burmese teak. The main deck centres on a cosy saloon, with plenty of storage. The dining area to starboard is mirrored by a galley to port, while the forward section of the main deck houses the helm station. The classic style specified in the brief was implemented down to the smallest details throughout.
Maria Teresa’s accommodation deck consists of three spacious cabins (a double master and two twin cabins), each provided with an ensuite bathroom. The bathroom countertops and shower walls are decorated with grey veined Calacatta marble and carbonate mineral. A dedicated office to starboard offers a quiet workspace on board, and there is a crew cabin for two with a separate shower/toilet in the bow.
The flybridge deck includes an outside helm position with two forward-facing pilot seats. A wet bar with integrated grill to port is flanked to starboard by a large U-shaped settee, which serves as both lounge and alfresco dining area. The entire flybridge can be covered by a canvas bimini. The forward deck on Maria Teresa contains a spacious sun bed section with additional storage for deck equipment such as fenders and mooring lines.