Dutch superyacht builder Royal Huisman has revealed details of its next project, which at 52m will be the biggest sportsfish yacht in the world.
Designed in collaboration with Vripack, the all-aluminium Project 406 (as she’s known for now) was bought at the end of 2020 for an undisclosed sum.
The experienced owner’s identity is also under wraps (all Royal Huisman will say is that they’re passionate about fishing) but the owner’s representative is project management firm Aqua Marine.
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