The brand Storm produces aluminum yachts and semi-displacement yachts. There are 6 models currently in production ranging from 16 to 30 meters. We invite you to explore all current and older models from Storm and contact us for sales and pricing information.
Storm Model Range
These «Dutch» people are amazed at first sight with their unusual design and impressive view. At the same time, they do not require a lot of fuel: as you know, in the home of boats in the Netherlands, they are able to save money without sacrificing either fashion or comfort.
History of the company
In 2010, Corné Knippels, director of the large shipyard, and his friend, former IT guy Rob van Kesteren, realized a long dream: they founded their own business, the Storm Yachts. By that time, Korne had a wealth of shipbuilding experience: he was involved in the design, construction and sale of more than 100 different ships, so the Dutch approached the case thoroughly. The shipyard's activities are funded by an independent foundation, which allows the team to implement bold ideas and projects without trying to please the mass audience or market dictates.
«Why should those who want to buy a boat of 15 to 30 meters choose from the many clones? We thought of making a design that people will either love or hate»," says Rob van Kesteren.
«Unique - Efficient - Made in Holland - this is the» slogan of Storm Yachts. The state-of-the-art shipyard is located in Hoesden in the Netherlands. A tradition has been in place since the company's foundation: one of the shipyard's founders, Corne Knippels, is present at the delivery of a new yacht and personally presents the boat to the owner.
The shipyard produces semi-displacement yachts from 16 to 30 meters in length. Her portfolio also includes the luxury motor yacht Storm S-100
Storm Yachts boats are renowned for their economy, consuming a litre of fuel per hour at 8 knots, as well as their special, recognizable bow and hull shape. Their futuristic contours were invented by naval architect Frank Laupman and his firm Omega Architects, a member of the Royal Institute of Dutch Architects. Oossanen Naval Architects' team is responsible for the underwater section: they worked on the
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