The yacht was launched on October 31 at the Dutch yard.
After the yard completed the 2012 expansion of its facilities and new dry dock in Monnickendam it was able to accommodate the 61-metre superyacht, its largest to date. Her mast will be fitted in Oranjewerf, where she was towed after her launch, and where she will set off from for her sea trials.
Just J’s is built in steel with an aluminium superstructure. Exterior design is by Sinot Yacht Design, while her naval architecture is by Diana Yacht Design. She accommodates 12 in a master cabin, VIP cabin, four doubles on the main deck and a double and a twin on the lower deck.
A private owner’s deck above the main deck includes a large lounge, bar and study. The master suite is located forward and benefits from 180 degree views from its large windows, and boasts his’n’hers bathrooms and his’n’hers dressing rooms.
The main deck is home to most of the guest cabins, providing them with amazing views from the large windows, and easy access to a large salon with formal dining table. The bridge deck contains a comfortable cinema room and has ample exterior space for entertaining, with a medley of sofas and sun loungers.
The sundeck boasts a 3 x 2-metre pool forward, as well as sunpads, a day head and a shaded seating area. On the lower deck is a gym in the spacious lazarette, as well as dedicated launching for the tender and four jet skis.
Just J’s accommodates 16 crew in 9 cabins, and has a max speed of 15.5 knots and a cruising speed of 13. A range of 4,000 nautical miles is possible at 12.5 knots.