Holterman Shipyard unveils all-new X-95 crossover

The 29-metre yacht was designed by the Dutch shipyard in collaboration with Bernd Weel Design
June 21 2024 3 minutes to read
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The Holterman X-95's fast displacement hull is made of aluminium

The X-95 crossover will join the Xtreme range and fill in the gap between the X-78 and Х-105, encapsulating the advantages both of her big and little sisters

The all-aluminium 29-metre yacht will feature a wide, sea-worthy hull and a range of 1800 nautical miles at 15 knots, while her maximum speed is 24 knots. 

The Holterman X-95's fast displacement hull is made of aluminium
The Holterman X-95's fast displacement hull is made of aluminium

The aft tender garage can accommodate a boat up to 6 metres long, and the raised pilot house allowed the designers to increase both internal and external areas considerably. 

“One of the main focuses right from the start was to create a lot of exterior space for outdoor living, but at the same time maximising interior space for a full five-cabin layout – we also really wanted to design the yacht to be optimised for potential charter, so the integration of captain and crew has been paramount in the design. We believe the X-95 is something really special,” said Bernd Weel (Bernd Weel Design).

The Holterman X-95 can reach a top speed of 24 knots
The Holterman X-95 can reach a top speed of 24 knots

A spacious saloon on the main deck is followed by a luxurious master cabin with a private terrace on the foredeck. There are four ensuite double guest cabins below deck, as well as crew quarters.

The ample cockpit can house not only an al fresco dining area, but a large lounge, too. The sundeck configuration can be adjusted in accordance with the owner’s needs, but the yard suggests equipping it with a spa pool, a bar, a sunpad, a lounge under a hardtop and a fully enclosed upper helm station.

The flybridge configuration can be varied
The flybridge configuration can be varied

The details of the propulsion system have not been revealed yet, but according to the yard, it will be proven, reliable and compliant with IMO Tier III.

Holterman X-95's lounge area in the cockpit
Holterman X-95's lounge area in the cockpit

“We wanted to create the perfect 29-metre yacht both for cruising and for charter. The X-95 needed to have it all, so we have included all the features of a superyacht in a 29-metre, fast displacement aluminium design. The X-95 really is the culmination of everything we have done and everything we have learnt over six decades of building exceptional yachts,” says Robbert Holterman, Holterman Shipyard CEO.

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