HEEG – Venegy Yachts has launched the 11.2m Venegy-37, a luxury motor yacht, developed in collaboration with Vripack Yacht Design. A stand-out feature of the Venegy 37 is its “glass wheelhouse” with a 360-degree view and topped by a sliding roof system.
The yard says the special safety glass ensures maximum vision and security. The underwater body, featuring the patented Petestep technology, ensures a high speed and 12% fuel savings.
The semi-custom Venegy 37 has a wet cell with an electric toilet and shower, a Parmateek deck and cabin floor, a top speed of 38 knots from 2 x Volvo Penta D3-220 5-cylinder engines. It has a sundeck, an outdoor kitchen with a grill and two refrigerators and a spacious double bed.
Venegy is part of the Prince of Orange Group, which for 50 years has been active in yacht building, brokerage, marina developments and other sectors. In the 1990s, it restored wooden classics from Scandinavia.
The company has hopes for the Venegy brand. It plans to market a 37S model, a 55 ft version, and a classic line.
The Venegy brand joins a packed field of superfast, high-end dayboats, superyacht tenders, and weekenders from Dutch builders, such as Wajer Yachts, Vanquish Yachts, and Waterdream.