Vitters Shipyard lays keel for 68m PROJECT 3095

Vitters Shipyard has announced the keel laying of the 68-meter aluminum Hoek Design ketch, PROJECT 3095.  


As tradition at Vitters Shipyard, the owner was asked to make the first weld himself. Lloyds officially registered the start of construction and stamped the construction with hull and project number 3095.

The contract for these classic kits was signed last September. This project, designed by Hoek Design, will have the classic look and traditional finish that are characteristic and for which Hoek Design has become widely known. Hoek Design will also be responsible for the interior design, while American designer Bunny Williams has been contracted for the extensive interior design.


Key design features include three deckhouses, housing the owner's quarters and guest quarters aft and crew quarters forward. A large, central guest cockpit will be the focal point of the deck layout and all deckhouses will be clad in wood.

Construction of the 120-ton aluminum hull will last until spring next year, after which project 3095 will be built on the shipyard grounds. The project is scheduled for completion in the summer of 2026. Until then, Van Inneveld & Co will supervise the construction on behalf of the owners.