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S/Y Skade

About S/Y Skade

With her 46-metre long slender hull, Skade, launched in 2016, is the largest yacht Holland Jachtbouw had built until then.

This timeless and streamlined sailing yacht was built to a design by the American Tripp Design Naval Architects. She fits precisely under the Bridge of the Americas, to sail both the Caribbean and the Pacific Ocean via the Panama Canal. Skade, designed on Tripp Design’s mission to create yachts that “combine style and comfort with speed and safety”, is suitable for cruising worldwide.


Skade is designed to accommodate up to eight guests in four luxurious cabins, including the master cabin. In addition, she has place for up to six crew members, in order to offer her guests the most comfortable stay possible.

This sailing yacht has a displacement aluminium hull and superstructure with teak decks. She has air conditioning, a swim platform and tender garage and is built to Lloyds Register Classification Society rules.


Length Overall46 m (151 ft)
Length Waterline42.1 m (138 ft)
Beam9.32 m (30.5 ft)
Draft (min – max) 4m – 6.5 m
(13 ft – 21 ft)
Displacement235 tons
Year of Launching2016
DesignTripp Design
Interior designRhoades Young