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Hutting Yachts Makkum BV

De Stienplaat 3, 8754 HE Makkum
Netherlands

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boot 2022 hall map (Hall 16): stand D22

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Boats and Yachts
  • 01.01  Sailing Boats & Yachts
  • 01.01.03  Sailing Yachts/Cabin Boats (Sail)

Sailing Yachts/Cabin Boats (Sail)

Our products

Product category: Sailing Yachts/Cabin Boats (Sail)

Hutting 52

safety
comfort
timeless

Transcending standards. Distinctive in quality, appearance and possibilities. When design and function meet, the result is an ideal cruiser and a timeless beauty: the new line, Hutting 52.

A synergy between the internationally awarded yacht architect Hoek Design and the leading craftsmanship of Hutting Yachts. Two Dutch passions combined in one yacht.

A robust design combined with the elegance of a classic sailing yacht. Sporty yet graceful. A yacht with durability on which you feel confident and safe, regardless of conditions and destination. A very thoughtful design with high standards in every respect: safety, comfort, performance and sustainability.

For the individualistic sailor who rejects conformity and desires maximum freedom in the design of his sailing yacht. Personalization like you won't experience a second time. Start exploring and work with us to develop your ideal custom sailing yacht. The Hutting 52 will exceed your expectations.

exterior

The timeless character of a Hutting yacht, combined with the stylish elegance of "Hoek Design Architects". Our new ideal cruiser, created with great attention to aesthetics.

The extended waterline, when sailing under heel, gives the yacht a higher hull speed. In light winds she benefits from a low wetted area, the retractable bowsprit provides the option for a Code 0 or a gennaker. A high aspect jib boom combined with a huge mainsail and a simple reefing system to reduce sail area makes the Hutting 52 an ideal single handed sailing yacht.

Thanks to the overhang in the stern, we were able to design a spacious and safe cockpit, a detail missing on many sailing yachts of this size. To provide maximum comfort, we have designed an aerodynamic wheelhouse that blends harmoniously with the deck. Every facet of the yacht is designed with the utmost dedication to achieve the goal of a timeless, unique and characterful sailing yacht.


interior

With a custom-built sailing yacht that feels like home, the journey becomes the destination. Our work does not resemble a standardized process; Hutting Yachts' experienced and skilled craftsmen create custom-built interiors, tailored to your needs with endless possibilities and unmatched quality.

The interior of a Hutting yacht is known for a well thought-out layout with very high quality and safety standards, coupled with clever and practical details. With a Hutting yacht you are always safe on the road, always and everywhere.

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Product category: Sailing Yachts/Cabin Boats (Sail)

Hutting 46 Explorer

All the quality of a Hutting yacht, but with everything focused on maximizing speed potential, was the goal for the design of the Hutting 46 Explorer. A bespoke yacht that offers the renowned Hutting style and quality of the yard, but with a focus on sailing performance.

Elegance, luxury and comfort are maintained. The underwater hull, designed with a focus on performance, allows for active and fast sailing strokes.
With this in mind, the Explorer 46 Hutting's hull was designed by the naval architects of Naval Architectenbureau Van Oossanen & Associates. A company whose specific know-how in hydrodynamics is reflected in their designs and promises very special performance.

The expertise of this team of architects is highly sought after. Among other things, they have desinged Americas Cup yachts, but do designs for a wide variety of uses.

Hutting Yachts has set the following requirements for the design of the Explorer Hutting 46:
Clear Hutting line;
high value on speed and performance;
comfortable behaviour in the waves;
Designed for long voyages;
Two keel versions:shallow draft version of 1.9 m,
Version with deeper draught of 2.4 m,
with comparable performance of both keel versions,
Composite material;
Qualitative according to the sister models

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Product category: Sailing Yachts/Cabin Boats (Sail)

Hutting 45

With its combination of safety, comfort and ample space, the Hutting 45 stands for sailing the seas and oceans in style and comfort.
She is especially designed for long stays on board. For this reason, the Hutting 45 is the most chosen version of our collection for exceptionally long voyages at sea.

The individually designed yacht is characterized by a very calm sailing style at high average speeds. The soft entry into the wave and the comfort below deck make long journeys a pleasure.
A thoroughbred cruiser that doesn't claim all the attention for itself. After all, the goal is to be able to focus on the true experiences of a voyage.
Experiences, comfort, simplicity and safety for the best sailing experience wherever you let the wind take you.


Interior

During long cruises you are optimally equipped so that you can simply enjoy yourself. The interior of the Hutting 45 offers you every comfort. Below deck, Hutting Yachts creates an atmosphere that suits you. We work with materials of the highest quality. Their craftsmanship is always done with care and style.
The interior and the finish will of course be carried out according to your wishes: Teak, mahogany, walnut or cherry? You decide what your dream yacht will look like.



Specifications

Designer Hutting Yachts
Type Keel / centreboard
Design Hutting Yachts & Dick Koopmans
Material Aluminium
Dimension approx. 13,75 m x 3,95 m
Draught 1,50 - 3,20 m / 1,85 m
Displacement 17,83 m³
Ballast lead
Material cockpit wood with epoxy
Material deck aluminium with wood

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About us

Company portrait

The genesis
"I'm going to be a yacht builder later," Tjerk said when he was ten years old and after visiting a yacht yard for the first time. Energetic as he was, he built his first sailboat in his parents' garage when he was only fifteen; an Optimist for his two younger sisters.

After he had finished a technical education he started to work at a yachtyard for wooden racing yachts.


In 1974 he met a regatta sailor who could not reach the podium in the Dutch 'Schakelklasse'. Together with his brother Henk, who studied technical physics, Tjerk revised the construction drawings of the Schakel. As a result, the material composition, the hull shape, the sail and the daggerboard were adjusted, sometimes in hair-thin details. The result: the first competition sailed with the modified Schakel, sail number 2213, was immediately won by a large margin. Tjerk Huttings technical understanding of what makes a boat tick and his talent for applying it were the key to this success, which was to be followed by wetiere. After this victory the requests for his fast regayachts followed.

On 17 October 1975 Hutting Yachtbuilding was admitted to the Dutch Chamber of Commerce. In a garage, sufficiently large but without heating or toilet, Schakel boats like Valken, the 16m2 and Rainbow were built. All of them were successful in various sailing competitions. The success grew steadily so that in 1979, in the water sports village of Grou, a new shipyard could start operations.


Ten years later, in 1985, Tjerk was asked if he could build a sailing yacht based on Dick Koopmans' design. This 40-foot Koopmans was eventually built for a customer who sailed it around the world. Together with Koopmans, Tjerk Hutting further developed the special concept of this yacht, which eventually resulted in the well-known Hutting 40. The first Hutting 40 was completed in 1989. Because of its unique combination of the well-known classic lines with seaworthiness and sailing comfort, the Hutting 40 quickly became a household name in the sailing world after several fairs in Germany, England and the Netherlands.

Due to the many orders that followed, Tjerk Hutting's business experienced very rapid growth, which made it necessary to expand the production facilities. Therefore, in 1993 a new shipyard was built in Makkum on the Ijsselmeer. Based on the concept of the Hutting 40, several versions of the Hutting yachts were developed in collaboration with architect Dick Koopmans senior; among others the Hutting 41, 45, 48, 50 and 58. The quickly recognizable Hutting sailing yachts can now be found all over the world, from the North Pole to the South Pole, from the North Sea to the Italian Riviera.


In the meantime, a total of 51 Hutting yachts have been built. On site, the shipyard offers berths that can be rented, as well as a heated winter storage for yachts.


From a garage to a shipyard that offers you everything under one roof: Building yachts, manufacturing components for elaborate one-off projects, repair, refit and maintenance, to comfortable berths. Born out of the all-defining vision of Tjerk Hutting: "Only do things that you find beautiful and that you stand behind!". This vision, combined with his passion for sailing and his attention to detail, has made Yachtwerft Hutting the name it is today: a true household name among sailors worldwide.