The VANQUISH VQ45 powerboat is cutting-edge and elegant. The powerboat features an array of amenities that make her the perfect weekender vessel. Tom Steentjes is the owner of the impressive company Vanquish Yachts, a Netherlands-based shipyard.
The design of the powerboat is a combined effort from Guido de Groot and Vanquish Yachts. Steentjes has a great love for technology and making things work. He sold a successful welding company and combined his knowledge as a welder with his love of technology to create yachts that are fast, agile, comfortable, and stepping into the future.
The yachts are highly customizable to fit each owner’s personal requirements. VANQUISH VQ45 does not disappoint as a cutting-edge luxury yacht with her smart features and sleek design.
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VANQUISH VQ45 yacht interior
The VANQUISH VQ45 was a pioneering yacht for Vanquish Yachts. The stylish and futuristic style yacht has berths for four people to stay onboard overnight. Guido de Groot contributed to the elegant and minimalistic design of the yacht.
There is seating for 16 people on board. She is an improvement on the VANQUISH VQ43 model. The vessel has a longer and lower swimming platform than the previous VQ43 model. The company aims to create luxurious, comfortable, agile, and elegant boats.
There are plenty of places for enjoying the sunshine with lounge pads and seating areas forward and aft of the yacht. Several models of the yacht include use as a tender vessel on larger superyachts and a hardtop version for additional sun coverage.
A hydraulic swim ladder can also be fitted onto the yacht. The vessel’s interior features a simple galley with a sink and microwave and a bathroom for guests to use onboard. There is also a dining area inside.
The exterior of the VANQUISH VQ45 cuts an impressive figure on the water, with sleek and sporty lines combined with elegance. The Dutch shipyard launched the head-turning model in 2015.
She features a fiberglass/GRP planning hull that contributes to her speed and precision in the water. The boat has an aluminum superstructure that further ensures a first-class driving performance from the vessel, with minimal spray at top speeds.
Guests can comfortably enjoy the speeds of the powerboat without discomfort. The shipyard uses aluminum to construct the awe-inspiring yachts, which gives them their futuristic good looks and agility in the water.
The VANQUISH VQ45 is a 13.45m powerboat with a 4.1m beam and a draft of 0.85m. She has a range of approximately 200 nautical miles off the coast and a displacement of 9.5 gross tons.
The model comes with various engine options from Volvo that can give a maximum speed of 40 knots. Upgrading to the Veloce engine easily achieves speeds of over 50 knots. She is a B-class seagoing vessel and has a fuel capacity of 800L.
The seagoing vessel is known for its stability in rougher waters, and she features a smart joystick steering system that makes her easy to steer. Seakeeper 6 zero stabilizers keep guest comfort levels to a maximum. The VANQUISH VQ45 is truly an awe-inspiring vessel.