A prestige vessel

The Hanuman was launched by the Dutch shipyard Royal Huisman in 2009 and is a replica of the original 1937 Endeavour II, designed by Charles Nicholson. A sailing yacht with an overall length of 42.1 m. and a beam of 6.6 m. The superyacht, whose interior design was curated by Rebecca Bradley, can accommodate up to 6 guests and has room for 8 crew members, including the Skipper. In terms of performance, it is powered by a Scania engine, which provides a maximum speed of 12.8 knots. In the world ranking of the largest yachts, Hanuman, which incidentally takes its name from the son of the Hindu wind god, is ranked 1865 and is the 21st largest yacht built by Royal Huisman. The imposing yacht was designed and built to the Union’s Class J maximum performance rules. The distinctive black colour with gold line on the side is complemented by the matte deck material. However, in addition to her impressive appearance, she also counts notable victories as she triumphed in the Saint Barths Bucket in 2013 and 2017 and the Superyacht Cup Palma in 2013. ‍Since 2017 Hanuman has only raced occasionally and is mainly used for cruising and day sailing by her owners


Photography by Cory Silken / Courtesy of Panerai

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