The interior design of the 155-foot Jongert Project Revolution is up to you
Currently in development by Dutch shipyard Jongert, the 155-foot, diesel-electric propulsion Jongert Project Revolution is expected to be delivered in 2025. Yacht design studio Vripack is responsible for its exterior design and naval architecture, however, a designer of the buyer’s choice will design its interior in coordination with Jongert.
The Jongert Project Revolution will have a strong technical foundation, according to Marnix J. Hoekstra, the creative director of Vripack. This will enable its owner to travel the world in safety and dependability.
Its design is based on the 2015 yacht concept Flow, which included transparent wing stations on the main deck and was influenced by 3D printing. The Revolution features a sturdy steel hull and an aluminum superstructure. Given that Jongert has been around for more than 70 years, the design is certain to be an excellent example of top-notch engineering and fine craftsmanship.
10 passengers and 11 crew members will be able to stay on board the yacht throughout the five spacious staterooms and well-appointed cabins, respectively. There’s a sizable amount of outdoor deck space, and in the bow, there’s room for two tenders.
Built with a diesel-electric propulsion that’s said to be less noisy and vibrational, the Revolution can reach a maximum speed of 13.5 knots and a cruising speed of 11. The estimated range is 4,500 nautical miles. Jongert claims that because the battery pack can be used for both moderate cruising and overnight anchorage, the hybrid configuration promises low fuel usage. She can travel 340 nautical miles solely on electricity.
As the shipyard’s second-largest yacht, the Jongert Project Revolution is available for order at Fraser Yachts with an asking price of $34.5 million.