Hanuman

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    Hanuman, the most recent launch from Royal Huisman, is based on the famed J-boat of the 1930s. The owner, who has previously owned two other yachts built by the Dutch yard, wanted original details like a teak-clad deckhouse, matte-finished deck hardware and a gleaming black hull with recessed gold stripe. The interior by Pieter Beeldsnijder is also classically inspired, with the traditional furniture enshrined in French walnut. This yacht is definitely a return to the glory days of sailing and a testament to what a shipyard can do when an owner has a vision.

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