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M A G A Z I N E

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Nr.: 8 - Winter edition 2012 issued December


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Welcome

For over 35 years Van der Vliet Quality Yachts has served

her world-wide clients in selling and purchasing of motor

& sailing yachts. The company has established a firm

place in the Dutch-built-and-designed segment of the

yachting industry. Van der Vliet Quality Yachts was

launched by Ad van der Vliet who became the youngest

Dutch qualified yacht broker. In 1980 the 15,000 m² yard

in Muiden was purchased and became Van der Vliet

Quality Yacht's European central sales marina with a service

& refit yard. In those days these facilities were the

ideal key-tools to match the buyer and seller. The company

vision changed with the arrival of the internet. In

1995 we chose to migrate from the sales marina concept

to an online environment. This automatically gave us a

more global position that has strengthened the basis of

our international company today. Van der Vliet's familyorientated

business offers both expertise and dedication.

Our database, expanded over the years, enables us to

find the right buyer or seller in the shortest possible

time.

Index

Welcome 2

Highlights 3

Holland Yacht Experience 4

Van der Vliet 8

U-Boat Worx 9

Van Oossanen 12

Brokerage Section 16

Sailing Yachts 17

Motor Yachts 23

Charter Section 41

Charterers Guide 41

Index of Symbols 43

Berths 52


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HIGHLIGHTS

HOLLAND YACHT EXPERIENCE

U-BOAT WORX

VAN DEN AKKER 2745

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TWO MAGNIFICANT YACHTS

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VAN DER VLIET

VAN OOSSANEN

MOONEN 84

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HOLLAND YACHT EXPERIENCE

“Members News”

Holland Yacht Experience is the prominent hotspot of leading companies in the

Dutch Yachting Industry with an office at Port Pierre Canto - Cannes - France

It is our pleasure to present you with our

new company name, corporate identity and

website.

We have been operating under the name A.

de Keizer Elektrotechniek BV since 1965.

Over the decades, you have come to know

us as a reliable family business with a recognisable

image – the men in red always come

from ADK.

We are currently enjoying considerable

growth as a company. Our Zaandam headquarters

have been extended with an impressive

new facility containing, among others,

a showroom and training centre. In the

months ahead we will renovate the former

HQ complex, after which both sites will be

officially opened with a festive ceremony in

May/June 2013.

Meanwhile, we continue to make waves on

DE KEIZER MARINE ENGINEERING

an international level. Further steps have

recently been taken to support this growth

by opening new offices in Barcelona and

Mallorca and a sales office in Cannes.

This expansion and the objectives which we

have in mind for the coming years warrant a

new, international name and modern logo.

From now on, you will be able to find us under

the name:

De Keizer Marine Engineering

We are proud to have remained a close-knit

family business for nearly 50 years. These

family ties and history are, naturally, included

in our new name and logo in a very

recognisable way. At the same time, they

are now easily accessible for both Dutch

and international partners.

To complete the introduction of our new

modern corporate identity, we have also

comprehensively overhauled our website –

see for yourself at

www.dekeizermarine.com.

And rest assured that our new look stands

for the same faces, service and support on

which you have relied in the past .


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HOGENELST SUPERYACHT INTERIORS

Hogenelst Superyacht Interiors from

Workum has got an order from the USA.

It concerns a full refit of a 27 meter motor

yacht.

“The design as well as the production drawings

will be made by Vripack from Sneek,

after this the interior will be produced and

fitted by us.” says Jacob Rienstra, managing

director of Hogenelst.

Mulder Shipyard in the Netherlands is

enjoying a very busy time with a number

of fine yachts recently launched and several

new ones slated for delivery in the

near future. In addition, the yard’s extra

new facility in Zoeterwoude Rijndijk will

be ready in the next few weeks. This site

will open a new era for Mulder Shipyard,

which celebrates its 75th anniversary in

2013. The existing yard in Voorschoten

will stay open and be used for maintenance,

refit and storage of yachts of up to

18 metres.

In the coming period, Mulder Shipyard

will devote considerable attention to

showcasing its impressive options for refits.

The two dry docks in the new facility

are 55 m long and 12 m wide, and will be

ideally suited for work on larger hulls.

They are supported by a comprehensive

range of services, covering everything

MULDER SHIPYARD

Rienstra continues “the complete interior is

currently produced in our own workshop,

and after we finish it will be transported to

the West coast of America where our own

craftsmen will install it in the yacht.”

More and more customers prefer a Dutch

product, “we are financially stable, make a

quality product and keep our appointments,

also concerning delivery.”

With this project, Hogenelst Superyacht Interiors

shows that they are flexible and that

distance is no issue when quality has to be

met.

from new paint jobs and technical systems

upgrades to the installation of new

propulsion drives, the latest navigation

equipment and new interiors. A first-class

finish and results are ensured thanks to

the use of leading edge technologies and

the finest quality materials.

The current facility in Voorschoten will

switch from yacht construction to the

maintenance, service and storage of

yachts up to 18 metres in length. Yacht

owners will have several large and small

operations at their disposal here, including

engine servicing or electrical systems

adjustments. Complete refits will also be

possible.

At Mulder, every refit, large or small, is

seen as a matter of teamwork. The in-

house designers, engineers and craftsmen

are ready to ensure that each yacht

fully satisfies her owners’ personal style

and needs. The work always follows a

plan set up in advance, and Mulder’s

experienced project managers chart the

possibilities based on a predefined

budget.

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All hands on deck at Claasen Shipyards

After the successful launch of the first F-

Class yacht Firefly in 2011, Claasen Shipyards

has managed to secure contracts for

the build of a 72 foot Berret Racoupeau

performance sailing yacht (delivery summer

2013) and recently for a 60 ft Dykstra

Pilot Cutter (delivery June 2013).

LATEST NEWS

Claasen Shipyards is not only well known

for building and promoting top quality J’s

like Lionheart, two big J-Class hulls Atlantis

& Rainbow and in the not too distant future

SVEA, but also has a remarkable reputation

for building high quality classic

yachts.

In this regard Claasen Shipyards is proud to

announce the signing of a new yacht contract:

A Hoek 126 ft. Classic Sloop

This beautifully lined, fast and classic yacht

has been designed to unite high technology

and nautical passion. The Hoek 126 ft

is fully aluminium, providing structural

strength with light weight, designed for

racing.

She will be classed and equipped under

MCA LY2, ready for private use or charter.

The yacht will feature a traditional classic

hull with sweeping sheer line, and long

overhangs. The layout on deck is based on

CLAASEN SHIPYARDS

a proven concept of a private master cockpit

aft and a centrally positioned guest

cockpit and deckhouse. These guest areas

allow for both inside and outside dining

and lounging.

The towering carbon rig will feature a full

set of carbon rigging and suit of modern

racing sails. Down below the main salon is

positioned aft of the full width engine

room and forward of the full width master

stateroom. The salon will be fitted with a

fireplace and high end entertainment systems.

In the stateroom, mirrored around

the centreline there will be a separate

head and shower. Against the aft bulkhead

there will be a king size bed flanked by

comfortable seating on either side. All

guest areas will be fitted with hull ports to

provide the required natural light.

Forward of the engine room there are two

generous guest cabins, one double and one

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served for the 5 crew members. A spacious

galley and crew mess, laundry and three

cabins. To be completed in April 2015.

2 TROPHIES FOR THE J-CLASS donated by

Claasen Shipyards BV

Claasen Shipyards has donated two historic

trophies to the J-Class association for presentation

to the winners of J-Class Regattas.

The annual series for these trophies will be

based on regattas agreed by the J-Class association

each year. This year it has been

based on the overall scores from the Solent

Regatta (won by Velsheda) and the

Hundred Guinea Cup race in July 2012

(won by Lionheart).

The Corinthian King’s Cup – 1914

An impressive silver yachting trophy of 47

cm high, engraved “The Kings Cups” –

originally presented by King George V in

1914 to the first winner Charles McIver

with his sailing yacht “Cestrian”. This cup

has been renamed “The Corinthian Kings

Cup” and will be presented each year as a

perpetual trophy “for friendly competition

between J-Class yachts, sailed by their

amateur owner”. The trophy is on permanent

loan from the Royal Northern and

Clyde Yacht Club.

The Corinthian King’s Cup for the regatta’s

best amateur helmsman was won by Velsheda

because of her great results in the

Solent Regatta July 2012 (two wins a second

and a fourth).

King’s Hundred Guinea Cup – 1937

This wonderful Gilt trophy of 54 cm high

was originally presented by King George VI

at the Royal

Northern and Clyde Yacht Club in 1937.

The trophy was last won by Eric Maxwell

with the 12-Metre yacht Scepter which

competed against the American defender

Columbia in the 1958 America’s Cup. Mr.

Maxwell was a member of the Royal

Northern and Clyde Yacht Club.

Now known as the “King’s Hundred Guinea

Cup” and presented to the winning J Class

yacht Lionheart (built by Claasen) in the

race around the Isle of Wight on 21st July

2012. Lionheart was competing in her first

J-Class regatta season.

With a combination of new builds, refit

projects and cooperation with Holland

Yacht Experience partners, Claasen Shipyards

is looking forward to continuing their

growth in 2012 and onwards.

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“Where deals take place”

Call us +31 (0)294 261 264


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U-Boat Worx was founded in The Netherlands

in 2005 with the objective of creating

subs with unprecedented "value for

money". Our subs are the most advanced

private submarines and have set the standards

for 21st century underwater explora-

U-Boat Worx

tion. These personal subs are built in small

series at the company’s headquarters in

Breda, where hundreds of parts are meticulously

put together to provide clients with

the safest, most innovative and most luxurious

submersibles on the market.

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U-Boat Worx’ submersibles stand out in

terms of their agility, reliability, their spacious

and luxurious interior, powerful air

conditioning system, relatively compact

size, low weight and low lead times. Our

highly skilled team is fully dedicated to the

task of building these state-of-the-art diving

machines and provides full support to its

client during the acquisition and construction

stages right up to the ownership of

their submersible, and comprehensive after

-sales service.

The C-Questers are based on the doublehull

concept and are available in 2- and 3person

configurations, the C-Quester 2 and

the C-Quester 3. The C-Questers are very

robust, reliable and efficient designs, affording

excellent views and a maximum diving

depth of 100 metres.

U-Boat Worx takes great pride in creating

these very versatile underwater crafts,

which can be used for various purposes. The

submersibles can be operated from yachts,

at tourist ventures, used for research missions

and for private recreation. All models

are classed by the esteemed Germanischer

Lloyd Classification Society, an authority

which oversees the design, construction and

stringent testing of every craft in order to

achieve the highest possible safety standards

for these extraordinary submersibles.

The C-Explorers represent a large family of

high-performance subs for 1 to 5 passengers

and can be manufactured for various

depths ranging from 100 metres up to a

staggering 1,000 metres below the ocean`s

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The C-Explorer 5, which is described as “the

world’s first subsea limousine”. Can accommodate

four passengers, plus a pilot. Its

pressurized acrylic-and-steel hull allows it to

descend to a maximum depth of 300 meters

(1,000 feet), where it can manage a top

speed of 3 knots.

U-Boat Worx recently received orders for

the first C-Explorer 3 submersibles. Works

have started on these superyacht toys that

can dive up to depths of 300 meters and are

characterized by their fully transparent

pressure hull that permits the best underwater

view possible.

C-Explorer 3 represents a unique combination

of the reliability and experience of the

C-Quester submersible with an economic,

modular, and versatile work-platform for

research, exploration, scientific and offshore

applications. It represents the ulti-

The C-Explorer 5 can maintain operational

autonomy for a claimed eight hours, with

the option of upgrading to 16 hours. It can

maintain life support for 96 hours. Some optional

extras include an external manipulator

arm, imaging sonar, LED lights, an HD

video camera, and even a tethered remoteoperated

vehicle for checking out areas that

the CE5 itself can’t squeeze into.

mate submersible in oceanographic activities.

With its practical configuration and full 360degree

acrylic pressure hull, this exceptional

submersible cruises at 3 knots below the

surface offering unparalleled performance.

The C-Explorers are easily equipped with

additional tools.

For more information please visit

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Van Oossanen

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BROKERAGE SECTION

GOOD REASONS TO CONTACT US IN 2013

Specialists in Dutch built & designed Quality Yachts

+ database offers details and history of almost 4000 yachts.

+ good co-operation with all Dutch Yards, Naval Architects and Specialists.

World-wide Sale & Purchase Experience & Know-how

+ Contracts, Registration, Documents, Valuation, Refit, New Construction consultancy.

Powerful IT Systems & Databases & Marketing tools

+ matching Buyers - Sellers – Yachts efficiently.

+ valuable history resource (some yachts even sold 6 x by VdV)

Dynamic yacht marketing programme

+ tailor-made for each individual yacht to achieve best results

Highly experienced and motivated team

+ out of the box thinking and flexible deal-makers

“ For expertise and tailor made service with a personal touch ”

Since 1975

Some of the yachts that VdV has been involved with

for more information please visit our website

www.yachts.nl


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SAILING YACHTS

ARRIVING SOON - Van den Akker 2740 MS

Comfortable, steel Dutch motor sailer with

timeless classic lines and seaworthy canoe

stern. Designed by the Dutch naval architect

Rudi van den Akker, world-wide renowned

for his robust motor sailers.

Built in 1964 to Lloyds 100A1 + LMC, with

major refits by her present owner in 2006/

US$ 600k and 2011/US$ 1.5 mio, she is now

in pristine condition. Her twin 172hp Gardner

6L3Bs diesel engines are well known by

the connoisseurs for their economy and reliability.

Her large aftdeck, cabin arrangement and

easy sail handling (stow-a-way sails) makes

her a great family circumnavigator or charter

yacht.

She is in turn key condition ready to discover

new horizons.

Realistic price on application.

EEG VAT exempted.

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Dimensions: 31.50 x 6.90 x 3.80

Year/refit: 1930 - Rebuilt 2005

Yard & Design: Fredrikssund & Wedell and Hollms

Cabins: Owner + 4 guests + 3 crew

Price indication: P.O.A, realistic priced.

Exceptional classic yacht with a very rich history. Complete restoration between

2003/2005.

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31.015 Classic Gaff Schooner 3150

29.016 Jongert 3000 DS

Dimensions: 29.96 x 6.70 x 3.25

Year/refit: 1991 - Refit 2011

Yard & Design: Jongert & Peter Sijm

Cabins: Owner + 3 guests + 3 crew

Price indication: € 2.500.000 VAT not paid.

Suitable for all cruising areas. Very light and spacious interior. Immaculately

maintained. RINA Commercial Yacht R.I:88 certificate.


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28.018 Smit Pilot Schooner 2800

Dimensions: Loa. 34.40 - Lhull 28.00 x 6.40 x 3.10

Year/refit: 1916 - Rebuilt 1999 - Refit 2011

Yard & Design: P. Smit Jr.

Cabins: Owner + 3 guests + 1 crew

Price indication: P.O.A, realistic priced.

The last years the current owner of the Silver Spray made it possible to

give the yacht a high-level refit. The Silver Spay is a yacht with character

and has been refitted in 2010 / 2011 with eye for detail.

26.010 Jongert 30T

Dimensions: 26.00 x 6.70 x 3.20

Year/refit: 1996

Yard & Design: Jongert & Peter Sijm

Cabins: Owner + 2 guests + 2 crew

Price indication: P.O.A, realistic priced.

Turn-key traditional Jongert always maintained and improved with no expense

spared. In mint condition.

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25.023 Hoek 2500

Dimensions: Loa. 25.00 x 6.28 x 2.60 / 4.60

Year: 2002

Yard & Design: Bloemsma & Van Breemen & Hoek

Cabins: Owner + 2 guests + 1 crew

Price indication: € 2.500.000,-

Very well maintained and extensively upgraded cruiser/racer. Under the

flush deck and sleek deckhouse hides a comfortable cruising yacht capable

of sailing the oceans in style. ARRIVING EUROPE IN MARCH

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24.024 Hoek 2400/TC78

Dimensions: Loa. 24.00 x 5.62 x 2.60

Year: 2006

Yard & Design: Dutch Yachtbuilders - Hoek Design.

Cabins: Owner + 2 guests

Price indication: € 1.585.000,- VAT not paid

Superb and uniquely clever thought out classic with all now-a-days standards.

Equipped for short handed circumnavigation by a couple only, in

great comfort.


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21.020 Hoek Modern Classic 70

Dimensions: 21.32 x 5.30 x 2.80

Year/refit: 2003

Yard & Design: Bloemsma - Claasen Shipyard & Andre Hoek

Cabins: Owner + 2 guests

Price indication: € 1.585.000,- VAT paid in Spain.

Fast, comfortable & seaworthy aluminium cruising yacht. Very well

equipped and easy to sail with minimum crew. Outstanding Dutch quality.

20.022 Van de Stadt 65

Dimensions: 20.00 x 5.40 x 1.70 / 3.70

Year/refit: 1992 - Refit 2010

Yard & Design: Aluboot Hindeloopen & van de Stadt

Cabins: Owner + 2 guests

Price indication: € 695.000,- VAT paid.

Strong and reliable world cruiser. Hugely updated by present owner who

took her effortlessly around the world. Large, well protected cockpit with

easy access to all sail handling functions. NEARBY AMSTERDAM

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10.010 Kuperus Visserman aak 1060

Dimensions: 10.60 x 3.85 x 0.75

Year/refit: 1999

Yard & Design: Kroes/Porsius & Kuperus

Price indication: P.O.A, realistic priced.

Beautifully and richly detailed traditional flattbottom. A joy to sail the inland

waters and Dutch wetlands. Perfect in turn-key condition.


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MOTOR YACHTS

2004 International Superyacht Design Award

finalist of this popular pocket-size mega

yachts. Absolute new condition. As a true

pocket size mega yacht this Moonen 84 is

one of the finest displacement yachts on the

market. A unique long range yacht to cruise

the seas and small waters in comfort with or

without crew. Well equipped.

FEATURE YACHT - Moonen 84

Although only six years old the owner decided

in 2009 to comprehensively refit the

yacht to meet his cruising requirements. As

an operator of a fleet of offshore supply

vessels he wanted his yacht to have increased

reliability to match commercial

shipping standards, improved electronic

navigation equipment suitable for both the

open sea and rivers. The contemporary interior

breathes an exclusive and modern atmosphere.

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TWO MAGNIFICANT YACHTS

52.7 meters

Yachts to be listed early 2013

Built to high engineering standards with Solas class for extended passenger requirements.

Top sea going characteristics and flexible interior for royal private or charter use.

Guarantee from builder offered on yachts installations.

Financing possibilities for first class clients.

Competent management service is in place for new owner.

Designer won the 2012 International Superyacht Society Design & Leadership Award for

his latest 40 meter build.


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53.5 meters

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78.001 Great Lakes 7858

41.008 Codecasa 133

Dimensions: 41.30 x 8.50 x 2.25

Year/refit: 1994/2007

Yard & Design: Cantieri Navali Codecasa.

Cabins: Owner + 5 guests

Price Indication: € 4.975.000,- VAT not paid

Dimension: 78.58 x 10.82 x 4.45

Year/refit: 1921 & 1997 & 2003

Yard & Design: Great Lakes & Henry J. Gielow

Cabins: Owner + 12 guests

Price: On Request

She is one of the worlds classic yachts, the only remaining one of her size

to still have original steam engines, even though this is a trophy in its self

there has been a study to convert her to diesel-electric propulsion, which

will still keep her a smooth as silk driven yacht. Delphine has a 5 deck layout,

3 wonderful outside decks combined with opulent entertaining, dining

and living salons. Delphine has had a remarkable history, she is truly

one of the last jewels of her era.

This yacht is a remarkable ship with fine, spacious and comfortable entertainment

areas. Her interior volume gives one the impression of being on a

much larger yacht (probably 45m +) and she has a good cruising speed in

keeping with her modern styling and lines. The yacht completed a very

comprehensive refit and general mechanical upgrade/overhaul in 2007

she was totally re-painted. In the autumn of 2007 she successfully completed

her 10 year special survey. She represents excellent value and is

highly recommended.

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40.016 Ocean Pacifico 4000

40.017 Heesen 4000

Dimensions: 39.40 x 8.80 x 2.80

Year/refit: 2002 - Refit 2008

Yard & Design: Heesen & Omega

Cabins: Owner + 5 guests

Price Indication: € 11.500.000 VAT not paid

Dimensions: 40.00 x 7.26 x 2.65

Year: 2007

Yard & Design: Ocean Pacifico Services Inc & OPSI Design.

Cabins: Owner + 4 guests

Price Indication: US$ 7.500.000,- As is price VAT not paid

Distinctively a Heesen Yacht, Class and style, this attractive yacht is in excellent

condition. She is MCA compliant and has an enviable return client

charter record. A brilliant opportunity to acquire a well proven yacht with

a flexible cabin layout suited for charter and private use.

Due to circumstances surrounding her she now represents a very good opportunity.

As is price US$ 7.500.000, operational and certified price minus

guest interior US$ 8.600.000, this yacht based on a very successful Dutch

design. During her construction only the highest quality European instillation

and components have been used. The yacht is built to Lloyds + 100 –

A1 SSC Yacht Mono G6 + MCA. Y2

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39.010 Clelands Shipbuilders 130

Dimensions: 39.56 x 7.31 x 3.15

Year/refit: 1967 - Rebuilt 2011

Yard & Design: Clelands Shipbuilders & KF Cragss.

Cabins: Owner + 4 guests

Price Indication: € 4.250.000,- VAT paid.

A wonderful yacht with a rich history, after being select by her current

owner on her allure and style a complete rebuild was started lasting two

years. What emerged after these years is a yacht rebuilt with passion and

completed to a finishing level seldom seen. At heart she is an explorer

yacht designed in balance and harmony, with large internal volumes. The

original construction order was to build an ocean going yacht for extended

cruising resulting in a very sea going yacht built to last, which we now have

proof of.

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39.009 Lloyds Ships 3960

Dimensions: 39.60 x 8.54 x 2.50

Year: 1990

Yard & Design: Lloyds Ships & Phil Curran Design.

Cabins: Owner + 4 guests

Price Indication: € 2.950.000,- VAT not paid.

A voluminous extremely well constructed motor yacht, built at Lloyds

Ships in Australia. The yacht has operated as a private vessel and one of

the most successful charter yachts in the Mediterranean. The key to her

success is the ability to offer huge deck space and an enormous interior.

The interior is comprised of a full beam salon, sky lounge and owners

cabin, having in total a five cabin layout. The art deco style interior is

dressed in highly polished Australian rosewood and Brazilian walnut panelling.

This functional and elegant yacht has been in the same ownership

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38.011 Hakvoort 3800

35.015 CRN Ancona 3500

Dimensions: 35.00 x 6.75 x 2.75

Year/refit: 1979 - Refit 2005

Yard & Design: CRN Ancona

Cabins: Owner + 4 guests

Dimensions: 37.90 x 8.20 x 2.40

Year: 2007

Yard & Design: Hakvoort & Diana Yacht Design.

Cabins: Owner + 3 guests

Price Indication: US$ 13.900.000,- VAT not paid.

Superbly built by CRN Ancona , very well maintained and recently refurbished

& refitted this now classic Yacht is a walk down memory lane to a

time when yachting was purely yachting.

The Donald Starkey interior has been enhanced and complemented by the

owner's insight and vision. Inspired by the island of St. Barth, the interior

decor captures European sophistication and Caribbean charm.

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35.007 CBI Navi 3500

34.016 Moonen 3400

Dimensions: 34.00 x 7.60 x 2.30

Year/refit: 1997

Yard & Design: Moonen Shipyards & F.Neubelt

Cabins: Owner + 3 guests

Price Indication: € 2,950,000,- VAT paid.

Dimensions: 35.00 x 7.60 x 3.20

Year/refit: 1993 - Refit 2010

Yard & Design: CBI Navi & W de Vries Lentsch.

Cabins: Owner + 3 guests

Price Indication: US$ 5.840.000,- VAT not paid.

A timeless innovative yacht that even in “today’s design” finds its self still

very much at home, a testament to the styling and design capabilities of

naval architect Mr W de Vries Lentsch. She offers a full and serviced deck

space with an elegant and functional interior layout that has only two

years use since its complete refurbishment. Having just completed her

Lloyds 15 year survey she is a very desirable yacht. A true pedigree yacht

individual in design that commands her presence on the sea and in any

marina.

New paint job and decks.

A striking / stylish displacement Moonen yacht with many convenient features.

High interior volume, comfortable with private exterior sunning and

covered areas. She was built for an experienced yacht owner who created

a concept of an interactive yacht fully utilizing her size potential, with full

consideration to sea going qualities and low wind resistance. She makes

the ideal displacement yacht for family and friends.

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33.010 Esterel 3320

32.011 Lowland 3250

Dimensions: 33.20 x 6.20 x 2.00

Year/refit: 1973 - Refit 2010

Yard & Design: Esterel & Jon Bannenberg

Cabins: Owner + 3 guests

Price Indication: € 1.750.000,- VAT exempted.

Dimensions: 32,50 x 6.00 x 2.50

Year: 1996, kept up to very high standard

Yard & Design: Lowland Yachts & W. De Vries Lentsch

Cabins: Owner + 3 guests

Price Indication: On request

This yacht is one of the very few yachts offering a brilliant classic concept,

great comfort and recent construction with today’s technology. The yacht

is in an excellent condition, fully equipped and Lloyds class . Her luxurious

accommodation and efficient economy ensures many enjoyable moments

and the capability to cruise her guests in comfort to undiscovered destinations.

The yacht is an inspiring robust, patrol boat style motor yacht, designed by

Jon Bannenberg and built in the famous French Esterel ship yard. She is a

proven yacht that has been refitted to current standards. The yacht has

just completed a total interior refit that has created a most luxurious modernistic

yacht with a warm modern ambiance . A true afficionados’ motor

yacht, with the simplicity of past years combined with her constant upgrades

make her a most attractive yacht. The yacht is equally suited for

private use as well as charter.

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28.001 Lowland 95

Dimensions: 28.60 x 6.40 x 2.66

Year/refit: 1989 - Refit 2007

Yard & Design: Lowland Shipyard & P. Beeldsnijder

Cabins: Owner + 4 guests

Price Indication: € 2.350.000,- VAT paid.

An economical proven Lowland, comfortable seaworthy go anywhere

yacht that has been constantly upgraded and refitted. Deck space, functional

interior layout and royal accommodation have always made this

lowland a popular yacht. An engineering refit 2004/2005 in which her

main engines and generators were replaced leaving only 1500 hrs on her

main engines. A modern integrated aft swimming platform make family or

charter water sports easy.

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31.018 Vitters 3100

Dimensions: 31.00 x 6.80 x 2.10

Year: 1995, in a superb condition

Yard & Design: Vitters & W. De Vries Lentch

Cabins: Owner + 3 guests

Price Indication: € 1.950.000,- VAT paid.

This very well built yacht has been uncompromisingly maintained, and

looks like she could have just left the ship yard, her deck space is a well

thought out formula, offering sun and shade of volumes not expected on a

yacht of her size, her inside quarters are of high quality construction and

finish, they are in impeccable condition, and with abundant airco power.


Dimensions: 25.75 x 6.67 x 1.80

Year/refit: 2003 - Refit 2009

Yard & Design: Moonen Shipyards & René van der Velden

Cabins: Owner + 3 guests

Price Indication: On request VAT paid.

An extensive refit at the Moonen Shipyard was completed in 2009. This in

depth refit saw works carried out to commercial shipping standards. New

generators – the introduction of zero speed stabilizers – engine room and

technical services refit – new integrated bridge – exclusive new interior re-

decorating, styled by Art-line - new media, audio and television - new crew

accommodation. The yacht is ready to cruise blue waters and inland waterways.

She has is in truly impeccable condition, absolutely the “best

Moonen yacht in her series or size”.

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26.006 Benetti 25D

25.020 Moonen 84

Dimensions: 26.00 x 5.80 x 2.45

Year/refit: 1974 - Refit 2011

Yard & Design: Benetti

Cabins: Owner + 3 guests

Price Indication: € 1.300.000,- VAT not paid

A remarkable opportunity to acquire a classic Benetti, fully transformed to

current day engineering navigation and comfort standards, by saying this I

mean new Man 440 hp main engines, new Kohler generators, new airco,

zero speed stabilizers, new bow thrusters, new decks, new navigation

equipment, plus a new light comfortable interior and more !!!

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25.016 Hakvoort 82

Dimensions: 25.05 x 6.30 x 1.95

Year/refit: 1994 - Refit 2005

Yard & Design: Hakvoort Maritiem & De Vries Lentsch

Cabins: Owner + 2 guests

Price Indication: € 925.000,- VAT not paid

This yacht is a fine example of the Dutch shipwright’s art. She has a very

spacious interior and is in every sense of the word, an ocean-going yacht

of the highest calibre. Her exterior deck spaces are unusually large for this

size of yacht and afford every delight that one would expect of a yacht of

this quality.

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25.006 Feadship 2543

Dimensions: 25.43 x 5.14 x 1.80

Year/refit: 1958 - Refit 2008

Yard & Design: De Vries & De Voogt

Cabins: Owner + 3 guests

Price Indication: € 795.000,- VAT paid.

This yacht is a stunning classic motor yacht built in 1958 by the De Vlijt to a

design by De Voogt. De Vries (formerly De Vlijt) and De Voogt are two of

the three members of Feadship, the world leaders in the design and construction

of the highest quality Dutch yachts. Originally named SIROCCO,

the yacht was commissioned by Mr B.E. Ruys, an important ship owner

from Rotterdam. At the time she was the largest motor yacht under construction

in Holland. The yacht has recently benefitted from a two year

refit under the supervision of naval architect Felix Buytendijk.


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23.017 Vennekens 2370

23.001 Lowland 2360

Dimensions: 23.60 x 5.30 x 2.00

Year: 1984

Yard & Design: Lowland Yachts & Beeldsnijder

Cabins: Owner + 3 guests

Price Indication: € 965.000,- VAT paid.

Dimensions: 23.70 x 6.30 x 2.025

Year: 2007

Yard & Design: Vennekens Shipyard & Anne Elsinga

Cabins: Owner + 3 guests

Price Indication: € 2.150.000,- VAT not paid

The design of “WILVERLEY II” followed that of a long line of successful

Dutch built displacement motor yachts. Her designer, Pieter Beeldsnijder,

responded to the original owner’s individual lay-out requirements and

produced plans for a strong and sea kindly steel displacement hull with an

attractive, easy to maintain, superstructure.

This yacht is a fine example of the Dutch shipwright’s art. She has a very

spacious interior and is in every sense of the word, an ocean-going yacht

of the highest calibre. Her exterior deck spaces are unusually large for this

size of yacht and afford every delight that one would expect of a yacht of

this quality.

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Dimensions: 22.40 x 6.10 x 1.85

Year/refit: 1991 - Refit 2010

Yard & Design: Kompier/Northland & De Vries Lentch

The has very generous accommodations for a yacht of her size. The salon

can be entered though wide double doors from the aftdeck. From the salon

there is a half-open connection to the galley, dining area and wheelhouse,

thus ensuring maximum communication with family and guests.

Stairways from the salon lead down to two double guest cabins aft. Stairways

from the wheelhouse lead to the owner's cabin with a large double

bed and an additional VIP guestroom. All four cabins have their own ensuite

shower/toilet.

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23.016 Burlington 76 Trawler

Dimensions: 23.20 x 5.50 x 2.00

Year/refit: 1992 - Refit 2006/2010

Yard & Design: Burlington Boat Works & Ben Ostlund

Cabins: Owner + 2 guests + 1 crew

Price Indication: € 785.000,- VAT paid.

This pedigree yacht is traditional in style and strong in construction and

offering great comfort. The yacht is in an excellent condition and fully

equipped. Her luxurious accommodation and efficient economy ensures

many enjoyable moments and the capability to cruise her guests in comfort

to undiscovered destinations

22.002 De Vries Lentsch 2240


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22.001 Kempers 2200

22.020 Doggersbank 66

Dimensions: 20.05 x 5.65 x 1.850

Year: 2002

Yard & Design: VDL/Moonen & Vripack

Cabins: Owner + 2 guests

Price Indication: € 1.575.000,- VAT paid

Dimensions: 22.00 x 5.81 x 2.05

Year: 1992

Yard & Design: Kempers Shipyard

Cabins: Owner + 2 guests

Price Indication: € 895.000,- VAT paid.

This is a superb Offshore yacht, comfortable, luxurious, large deck spaces

and heavily/seaworthy constructed to the highest standards. Fully

equipped with hydraulic bow and stern thrusters and 4 steering positions

for easily handling by a couple. The large lazarette stores a motorbike that

can be boarded on each site. The ultimate go-anywhere little ship for

circum navigation.

The Yacht has been built for river and sea cruising by an experienced yacht

owner. It has a voluminous accommodation with owners cabin at main

deck and semi raised wheelhouse. The yacht is built to high technical standards

with retractable stabilizers, lowerable mast, closed cooling system

etc. The yacht needs tender love and care to bring her to mint condition.

Owner made a study to extend the aft deck, this study is available for the

new owner.

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Dimensions: 18.70 x 5.65 x 1.90

Year: 1992

Yard & Design: Porsius Shipyard & Olivier van Meer

Cabins: Owner + 2 guests

Price Indication: € 595.000,- VAT paid.

The concept for this yacht has been developed by Porsius Group Holland,

architect Olivier van Meer and stylist Joachim Kinder. The yacht has been

developed for long range cruising at sea and to discover inland waterways

(The mast can be hydraulic lowered from fly bridge). She is easy to handle,

offers good manoeuvrability and easy serviceability and special attention

was paid to the thermal and acoustic insulation. She holds good track records,

Mediterranean, Turkey, Greece, Spain, etc. and Atlantic coast to the

Baltic and return. An economic yacht ready to discover new horizon’s.

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20.008 Moonen 68

19.001 Porsius 1900

Dimensions: 20.40 x 5.40 x 1.95

Year/refit: 1989 - Refit 1996

Yard & Design: Moonen & Volker

Cabins: Owner + 3 guests

Price Indication: € 645.000,- VAT paid.

The large saloon with bar and open wheelhouse offers spacious living a

the main deck. There is easy access by a huge folding doors to the comfortable

aft deck with large dining. The sun bed at the foredeck offers luxury

sunbathing. The yacht has always been upgraded and kept in a

good condition

New 2006 infra red controlled passerelle as well navigation systems. A

great and reliable yacht for luxury long range cruising in comfort.


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18.028 Blue Ocean 60

17.022 Kompier 1790

Dimensions: 17.90 x 5.65 x 1.80

Year/refit: 1997 - Refit 2005, in excellent condition

Yard & Design: Compier & P. Behage

Cabins: Owner + 2 guests

Price Indication: € 895.000,- VAT paid.

Dimensions: 18.50 x 5.20 x 1.70

Year/refit: 1984 - Refit 2007

Yard & Design: Blue Ocean Yachts & Jansen/Brandlicht

Cabins: Owner + 2 guests

Price Indication: US$ 449.000,- VAT paid.

This yacht is a one of a kind, aluminium, full displacement, long range

cruiser with a Dutch pedigree. Her sleek European styling, typical Dutch

quality engineering/fabrication, incredible range and 50/60 cycle electrical

system design make her the perfect world passagemaker, but her shallow

draft makes her also well-suited for coastal cruising. She offers a full compliment

of electronics, a hydraulic swimplatform, stabilizers and large flybridge

for entertaining.

Beautiful sea going yacht in very nice condition. Extraordinary little ship

and build to very high standards with very spacious gangway after a design

of Mr. Behage. During her refit in 2005 with Moonen Shipyards she was

further optimized with the redesign of the fly bridge with large dining table

and sun beds and new radar arch. During the refit a new swim platform

was installed that gives access to the water.

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16.040 Vennekens 1640

Dimensions: 16.35 x 4.95 x 1.45

Year: 2006

Yard & Design: Vennekens & Vennekens

Cabins: Owner + 2 guests

Price Indication: On request.

When a great ship yard and an experienced owner get together good

things happen, with little use and a full option layout this Vennekens yacht

is ready for a new owner to inherit the pedigree of the Vennekens name,

with hydraulic bow & stern thrusters and a fully stabilised hull life should

be easy the new owner. Turn key condition.


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CHARTER SECTION

Chartering a yacht, either for the first time

or when you’re experienced can be quite exciting.

To make sure you make the right decision

we have written down a guide that can

help with the choosing.

1. First of all you decide how many guests

you are bringing, is it just you and your

family or do you want to go as a group?

Make sure the yacht has enough cabins

and berths for everyone.

2. Then you choose between a motor or a

sailing yacht. As a motor yacht is the

ultimate luxury for you and your family

or friends, when you want to see and

be seen or when you just want to relax

and be pampered. While a sailing

yacht is the ultimate choice for a real

boat lover who wants the full experience.

3. With this out of the way you decide

what your budget is going to be. Please

keep in mind that the chartering fee is

not the full amount on your bill. You

Charterers guide

will also pay for an Advanced Provisioning

Allowance. This is an allowance so

all the extra costs like fuel, food and

drinks can be paid. This A.P.A. is around

30% of the charter fee.

4. After this difficult choice there’s another

big one to make; the cruising

area. Where do you want to go? On our

site we offer a selection of travel

routes, which can make the choosing

easier. But if you wish to compose your

own itinerary then we will be happy to

assist you.

5. And last but not least is when are you

going and for how long?

And then it is time to sit back, relax and let

us do the work. We shall prepare all paperwork

and will send you a contract to read

and sign. Then all we want is you telling us

what type of food and drinks you would like

on board before it’s off to take the trip of a

lifetime.

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Extra services

We have experienced that you as charterer

often wish more service than just a yacht

charter. You want to travel in style from the

moment you step out of your front door.

We can help you with private limousine

transfers to the airport and private jet charters.

Please let us know if you wish us to

arrange for this and we will be happy to

help.

Travel Itinerary

As seen on this site, there are a couple of

suggested itineraries for the cruising area

the yacht is in. We recommend these

routes because they visit all highlights of

the area. However it is always possible that

you want to pick out your own cruising

route. This is definitely possible, and we

will be happy to assist you.


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Canoe / Kayak

Scuba diving

Inflatable’s / Towable’s

Tenders

Jacuzzi / Swimming pool

Fishing equipment

Surf boards

Index of Symbols

Floating trampoline

Gym

Sundeck

Snorkel equipment

Sauna / Spa

Wave runner

Waterslide

Windsurfing

Bicycles

Water skis

Sailing dinghy

Dogs permitted

Dogs prohibited

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SHERAKHAN

Dimensions in m: 70.00 x 12.25 x 4.45

Year Built & Refit: 1966, 2004, 2010

Guests & Cabins: 26 guests in 12 cabins

Destinations: Caribbean & Bahamas.

Price: On request.

Winter destination of Sherakhan is Caribbean & Bahamas, summer destination

Mediterranean.

Spectacular that’s just one word to describe this classic private passenger

ship. An ideal yacht for larger groups who desire luxury, comfort and space.

This motor yacht with her distinguishing anthracite hull and classically stylish

exterior profile is a head-turner wherever she goes. This charter yacht,

with an excellent reputation, imaginative, contemporary interior, is a delight

to behold, and ideal for entertaining in style.

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LAZY Z

Dimensions in m: 51.40 x 9.80 x 3.50

Year Built & Refit: 1997, kept up to very high standards

Guests & Cabins: 12 guests in 6 en-suite cabins

Destinations: Mediterranean summer, Caribbean winter

Price: From US$ 239.000,- per week

This 51 meter Oceanco super yacht is an eyecatcher wherever she goes. Immaculate

condition, an exceptional crew of 12 and every water toy on the

planet onboard make Lazy Z one of the best charter yachts available, besides

the normal play things like waverunners and waterskis, this yacht was

the first to have their very own inflatable waterslide, besides having 8

Seadoo underwater scooters.


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INEKE IV

Dimensions in m: 39.60 x 8.54 x 2.50

Year Built & Refit: 1990

Guests & Cabins: 10 guests in 5 en-suite cabins

Destinations: Mediterranean

Price: On request

A voluminous extremely well constructed motor yacht, built at Lloyds Ships

in Australia. The yacht has operated as a private vessel and one of the most

successful charter yachts in the Mediterranean. The key to her success is

the ability to offer huge deck space and an enormous interior. The interior

is comprised of a full beam salon, sky lounge and owners cabin, having in

total a five cabin layout. The art deco style interior is dressed in highly polished

Australian rosewood and Brazilian walnut panelling. The tremendous

sundeck with Jacuzzi dip pool and the use of the attractive integral swimming

platform for a gentle swim in the sea complete the yachts credentials.

BLUE ATTRACTION

Dimensions in m: 36.70 x 7.00 x 2.70

Year Built & Refit: 1983, 1995

Guests & Cabins: 10 guests in 5 en-suite cabins

Destinations: Caribbean winter & Western Med. summer

Price: From US$ 63.000,- to US$77.000,- a week

The Blue Attraction is a very stylish yacht with large outdoor deck areas,

spacious indoor lounges and 5 en-suite cabins. A Jacuzzi and sunloungers on

the top deck, a very large sheltered main aft deck and swim platform

sweeten your stay. Whilst the large saloon with separate dining area and

sky lounge are a good place to be when indoors.

She accommodates 10 guests luxuriously and her magnificent crew of 7 will

take excellent care of you.

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SEALION

Dimensions in m: 31.50 x 7.80 x 2.90

Year Built & Refit: 1992, 2008

Guests & Cabins: 8 guests in 4 en-suite cabins

Destinations: Mediterranean summer

Price: From € 55.000,- a week

This beautiful classic Hakvoort motor yacht is a sight for sore eyes. She was

designed by renown Dutch naval architect Pieter Beeldsnijder. Who made

sure her classic lining, rounded aft deck and 4 roomy cabins for 8 guests

make her the perfect yacht, privately owned or as a charter yacht.

Large indoor living area with lounge and dining table and sheltered aft deck.

Spacious solarium sun deck and sky lounge with table and bar.

Onboard this seaworthy vessel the excellent crew of 6 will take very good

care of you wherever you wish to go.

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AS YOU LIKE IT

Dimensions in m: 26.00 x 2.12 x 2.32

Year Built & Refit: 1974 with constant upkeeping

Guests & Cabins: 7 guests in 4 en-suite cabins

Destinations: Mediterranean summer

Price: From € 30.000,- a week

Built in 1974, she is an immaculate Cammenga Pacific Class “ Little Ship”,

offering comfortable accommodation for seven guests in two double bedded

cabins, one twin cabin and one single cabin, all with en-suite facilities.

With both aft deck al fresco dining and a formal dining saloon forward, the

guests can choose their atmosphere for lunches and dinner.


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STAD AMSTERDAM

Dimensions: 60.50 x 10.50 x 4.80

Year & Refit: 1998 & 2000

Guests & cabins: 28 & 14

Destinations: Caribbean

Price: From US$ 102.500,- a week

A rich history goes hand in hand with contemporary comfort on board this

sailing yacht. Modern technology was used to combine the best features

of famous, 19th century clippers with new design.

ATLANTIC

Dimensions: 56.43 x 8.85 x 4.90

Year: 2008

Guests & cabins: 12 & 6

Destinations: Western Med.

Price: From € 95.000,- a week

She is the largest classic racing schooner ever to be re-created. Her original

lines are honored to the finest detail and her sail plan is identical. She accommodates

12 passengers in 6 ensuite cabins.

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MARFLOW

Dimensions: 38.00 x 7.30 x 5.50

Year & Refit: 1982 & 2006

Guests & cabins: 8 & 4

Destinations: Mediterranean

Price: From € 50.000,- a week

Marflow very comfortably sleeps 8 in one Master, 2 double and one Twin

cabin, all with en-suite fascillities. From the sheltered aft deck with large

dining table you enter into the wheel house/ upper saloon and bar.

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ANTARES AVANCE

Dimensions: 29.96 x 6.70 x 3.20

Year & Refit: 1991 & 2007

Guests & cabins: 8 & 4

Destinations: Western Med

Price: From € 35.000,- a week

Exceptional Jongert 3000DS with modern looks and luxury accommodation

for 8 guest in 4 cabins with ensuite facilities.


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LADY THURAYA

Dimensions: 27.50 x 6.10 x 3.00

Year & Refit: 1982 & 2009

Guests & cabins: 8 & 4

Destinations: Mediterranean

Price: From € 35.000,- a week

A lovely schooner with accommodations for 8, in one Master, one Double

and 2 Twin cabins, all with en-suite bathrooms. Her crew of 5 will attend

to your every need while she sails of to the horizon.

ICARUS

Dimensions: 27.00 x 6.58 x 3.00

Year & Refit: 2007 & 2008

Guests & cabins: 6 & 3

Destinations: Carribean

Price: From US$ 45.000,- a week

This exclusive sailing yacht will cruise the Caribbean this winter. Her homeport

will be Antigua from where the most beautiful cruises can be made.

Icarus has 3 cabins and ample room for 6 guests.

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BONTEKONING

Dimensions: Loa. 24.00 x 5.62 x 2.60

Year: 2006

Guests & cabins: 2 & 4.

Destinations: Mediterranean

Price: On request

Is it your ultimate dream to cruise in relaxed comfort and to sail long distances

and cross the oceans and be able to handle your dream yacht by a

couple only, then charter the Hoek 2400 / TC78.

LADY ANN

Dimensions: 20.04 x 4.55 x 2.80

Year: 2004

Guests & cabins: 4 & 2

Destinations: Winter Caribbean & Summer Mediterranean

Price: On request

Lady Ann offers sailing with a capital ‘S’ of Style: a classic yacht, all modern-day

creature comforts, and competitive sailing due to a modern underwater

design and high-performance rig.

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LOTUS

Dimensions: 16.80 x 4.80 x 2.25

Year: 1994

Guests: 12 (day trip)

Destinations: The Netherlands

Price: From € 10.500,- a week & 1.500,- per day

This lovely Dutch Staysail Schooner is ideal for daytrips. If you wish to take

a longer trip then there are also possibilities of spending the night in a hotel

and sail during the day. Excellent service and intimacy is guaranteed.

Is the Yacht you are looking for not in our charter list,

please send your requirements to info@qualitycharters.nl

and we will find the suitable Yacht.

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Berths

Berth for sale at Malta.

Gand Harbour Marina

Strategically situated at the heart of the Mediterranean,

the island is around two days

sailing from other yachting hubs and only a

couple of hours’ flight from most major European

cities. If you are flying in, the marina

is approximately 15 minutes from Malta International

Airport which enjoys direct connections

with most major European cities.

Facilities for all yacht repair and maintenance

needs can be found locally in Grand Harbour.

(Malta Super Yacht Services).

Mooring V9

Dim: 50 x 11 meter

lease till 2030

Price € 675,000.- + transaction costs.

Parking spot available.

Berth for sale at Puerto Banus Spain.

With very mild winters and spectacular

summers Puerto Banus is on the top of the

berthing spot list in Europe. We are proud

to offer the ultimate berth, privately positioned

with a view looking back on the harbour

hot spots complete with own personal

parking. At the head of the quay (30 meter)

her location enables easy mooring manoeuvres

for the Captain, together with the convenience

of an alongside berth (9 berths in

use as one berth).

Mooring 111 till 119

9 berth's, 111-119, in use as one boat berth

Dim: 26.80 x 8.00 meter

Lease till 2070

Price: € 2,200,000.- + transaction costs.


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Berths for Rent.

Muiden, the Netherlands

Strategically situated at the heart of the

Netherlands. In the lovely historic city centre,

near shops, restaurants and terraces

and opposite the Castle Muiderslot.

Outside the lock and just 200 m from the

IJsselmeer. Closed area, free parking with

transmitter Gate control.

Moorings

Dim: 15 x 4.5 meter

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