The striking black-and-yellow Superyacht Scout is a very impressive vessel indeed. In this article, we cover some facts regarding the Superyacht, including her stats, design, and history. Read on to find out more.
The Process Behind Constructing Scout
Hakvoort built Scout in 2019, and H2 Yacht Design designed the vessel. The goal was to construct a capable, comfortable explorer in which to travel the world.
Before James Berwind purchased the Supyeryacht and named her Scout after one of his dogs, it was named ‘Project Zeus.’
- Teak deck
- Steel hull
- Aluminium superstructure
- The sundeck features a shaded spa pool on the aft deck
- The main deck aft has sliding glass walls that create a winter garden, with overhead heaters if required
- The owner, a keen gardener, has his own greenhouse and potting shed aft on the bridge deck
- The exterior lounge area on the main deck has a fire pit, and the winter garden features a cocktail bar
- The main deck saloon features Giorgetti chairs and a sofa constructed on what appears to be a turbine
- Observation lounge
- A large globe in the observation lounge opens to reveal a bar
- A faux-riveted floor surrounds the lift and steel cable handrail
- Top speed: 14.8 kn
- Cruising speed: 12.5 kn
Length: 63.72 m (in the top 5% by LOA in the world)
- Maximum cruising range: 4800.0 nm at 12.0 kn
- Can accommodate up to 10 guests (and a crew of 14)
- Gross tonnage of 1700.0 GT and a 11.6 m beam.
Alongside this, Scout carries a custom 8 m tender built by Cockwells.
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