Van Dam Nordia 55 Cruiser (2005) - Sale Pending
The Nordia 55 was one of the most successful types of vessel built by the Royal Van Dam Nordia yard, with a robust construction suitable for long journeys to high or low latitudes. On board a Nordia, everything is of the best possible quality,
Puffin 36 Gaffelkotter (1995-1998) - €69.500,-
This Puffin 36 is a work of art. Built to the highest standards. A very characteristic ship, after the example of an old English gaff-rigged cutter designed by Olivier van Meer. Therefore it has good sailing qualities and is very comfortable.
Van de Stadt 44 (1984) - €168.000,-
Long-distance cruiser with centre cockpit, in very good condition and generously equipped, including a generator and water maker, for a long stay offshore. The ship has a lot of space, both above and below decks.
Trintella 42+ (1981) - Sale Pending
Very comfortable long-distance sailing yacht. Perfect combination of sailing characteristics and long comfortable stay on board. Suitable for long sea voyages.
Noordkaper 36 Ketch (2002) - €98.000,-
The Noordkaper 36 with centreboard is a sturdy steel quality yacht, built by Smits Jachtbouw in Makkum. (Nowadays from Enkhuizen, Makkum). The retractable centreboard, and therefore the shallow draught, gives you access to a large sailing area. This yacht, designed by Martin Bekebrede, is ketch rigged with a cutter foresail.
Nordia Pilothouse cruiser 58 (1997) - €649.000,-
Elegant and timeless design, the absolute top in comfort and proven seaworthiness. Superbly built to the highest Dutch standard of perfection and incomparable in workmanship, with a hull made of seawater resistant aluminium (5083).
Robert Clark 50 Ketch (1981) - €57.654,-
A mid-cockpit ship for longer journeys, possibly with passengers. Given its design, it is well suited to the somewhat colder regions. The hull is a semi-splant and is heavily built. Designed by the famous yacht designer Robert Clark.
Hallberg Rassy 43 (2005) - Sold
The Hallberg Rassy 43 is the most beautiful ship in the HR series, designed by German Frers, fractional Sloop rigged, Owner version (owner's cabin aft and front a double bed in a V. each with a one-suite bathroom).
Amel Kirk 36 (1974) - Sold
Well maintained sailing yacht, suitable for long trips. Strong classic polyester, well refurbished by the owners and equipped for sailing at sea, which they have done a lot of. Over the years the whole ship has been taken care of: interior, rigging, engine and the equipment has been upgraded to a good level.
Hallberg Rassy 40 (2005) - Sold
The boat has a deep and well-protected centre cockpit. The boat is equipped with a large owner's cabin aft with master bedroom, large, beautiful saloon, large pantry, navigation table with all necessary instruments, toilet and shower and large forepeak. Everywhere in the boat there is enough storage space.
Hallberg Rassy 312 (1989) - Sold
Price reduced due to departure. Many recent innovations. The Hallberg Rassy 312 Mk II is a very popular model, built in 1979 - 1993. A total of 690 boats have been built. There are 485 built of the MK I version.
Sirocco 28 Motorsailer (1995-1998) - €35.000,-
Motor sailor with good sailing characteristics, very well maintained. The Sirocco 28 is a good cruiser with a very practical layout.
Caroff Galapagos 43 (1979) - €49.888,-
Robustly built sea sailor, very suitable for long trips and all weather conditions. Also comfortable for the colder sailing areas, since the sailing ship is equipped from front to back with 6 radiators controlled by the Kabola E3 boiler.
Standfast 36 One Ton (1974) - €32.500,-
Well-maintained one-tonner from the well-known Standfast shipyard. Good seakeeping and sailing characteristics and a fine, spacious accommodation.
Wauquiez Amphitrite 43' (1980) - Sold
The Future is a seagoing yacht built by Wauquiez and drawn by Ronald Pye. She is designed for sailing over the oceans. She possesses all the comfort, space, reliability, power and security of a true ocean-going sailing yacht.
X-562 (2001) - Sold
The X 562 is a 55'8" monohull sailboat designed by Niels Jeppesen. She is built by X-Yachts (Denmark) and made of sandwich fibreglass / polyester with a galvanized steel frame. It is an off-shore cruiser/racer.
Custom design - Ar Seiz Avel (1974) - €79.000,-
Extraordinary classic world sailor, built in wood and polyester. The ship underwent a full refit in 2014-15, with the interior and exterior in particular. This expedition ship has many nautical miles behind it, including a world voyage, and has always brought the crew and prospective sailors safely to their destination.
OVNI 40 Aluminium (1985) - Sold
High-quality aluminium sailing yacht with variable draught. With its generous line and high quality, this boat offers you exceptional comfort on board, both at sea and at anchor. The cabin is spacious with enough space around the table for optimal freedom of movement and with three double cabins there is enough privacy for at least 6 people.
The ship is equipped with all the necessary equipment for a long sea voyage and has plenty of storage space.
Robert Clark 45 (1957) - €88.900,-
The CORABIA is a fully renovated classic cruiser/racer. The beautiful classic lines and long overhangs will appeal to many a sailor. We are looking for a new owner for this ship who brings the ship back on the water and who can also take over the careful maintenance from the current owner. For this you will receive a perfectly maintained ship that has undergone a complete refit in recent years.
Hallberg Rassy 42 Ketch (1981) - Sale pending
Fully refitted Hallberg Rassy. Suitable for a trip around the world. New teak deck (glued, not screwed), new rigging, sails, new electrical wiring throughout the ship, interior completely renewed and lacquered, equipment renewed. Boat is in mint condition. Read more
Helena 38 (1997-Launched 2001) - Sold
HELENA 38 is a modern design with a traditional character. The lines, sail plan, keel and rudder, incorporate contemporary technology, but the HELENA looks like a much more traditional yacht and combines high performance, easy handling and the spacious interior with the characteristics of classic sailing yachts. Read more
Jeanneau Sun Odyssee 39i (2010) - Sold
Perfectly maintained ship, double steering wheel, two cabin version. Fully equipped for planned world circumnavigation. All conceivable equipment of the highest quality is on board for a long stay on board. Read more...
Victory 40 / Trintella IV (1981) - Sold
A comfortable and above all safe long distance sailing yacht. Many great voyages have been made with this type of ship. Technically in reasonable condition. Read more...
Northern Classic 65 (2008) - Sold
Excellent maintained sub-superyacht, this demonstration model with all options was first shown at the Hiswa Boat Show in the fall of 2008. Although a ship is considerable in length, it can still be sailed well with two people while the accommodation is very comfortable. An ideal ship to go on a world tour. Read more...
Dufour 34 (1974) - Sold
Very well maintained and well equipped sailing yacht. Ready to go!
On deck: Cockpit with tiller, two new self-tailing winches, rolling genoa. Mainsail hoisting at the mast. No teak and the original gelcoat in a very good state. Read more...
CNSO Kendo 42' - Sold
Sailing yacht in good condition. Three separate sleeping cabins with 2x2 and 1x1 berths, two heads. Spacious galley, quarter bed and generous seating area, all around good visibility through the relatively large windows.
Ketch 43' steel (1982) - Sold
Good strong seagoing ship with windvane steering, centre cockpit and aft cabin, spacious deck. Deep, protected centre cockpit with ample seating and steering wheel. Spacious, open interior, suitable for living on board.
Falcon 44 (2007) - Sold
The Falcon 44 is a fast one off Worldsailor, built with modern building methods by the owner, in cooperation with Satellite yacht design. The builder/owner has sailed 26,000 miles with the ship in the waters from Iceland to Tierra del Fuego. Read more...
Randell One-off 52 (1976) - Sold
This aluminium one-off cruiser/racer has already made several ocean crossings. Built in Australia and now available to view in the Netherlands. The hull is a classic s-frame, with long overhanging stern. The ship has a safe deep cockpit with steering wheel, she is equipped with new sails, recent rigging and a new engine. Read more...
Bronsveen Motor sailor 47 (1988) - Sold
Tough motor sailor with lots of space inside and inside with outside steering. The ship is designed in such a way that a couple can comfortably stay on it for a longer period of time. Read more...
Collin Archer ketch 40 (1983) - Sold
Classic Van de Wiele Ketch, well maintained and fully equipped for ocean crossings. Steel S- shaped hull with canoe stern. Read more...
Taling 32 (1989-1990) - €27.275,-
Classic sailing yacht. This ship has a shallow keel with lead ballast. The hull was built at the Talingwerf and was finished by the current, first owner. The practical interior is solidly built, with plenty of storage space.
Emka 36DS (1992) - Sold
Comfortable yacht, suitable for longer distances. The beautifully shaped hull was designed by Wauquez and is semi s-shaped. The upper deck is fully covered with teak and mahogany on top of a full polyester deck. Wheel house with extra steering position. Very well insulated.
Moody 376 (1989) - Sold
First commissioned in 1989 and with a white hull, this is the boat for economical cruising and spending long periods on board. Well equipped and sensibly laid out. Sought after cruising yachts - these centre cockpit cruisers tick all the boxes.
Collin archer 40 (ca. 1980) - Sale Pending
Beautifully lined Collin Archer motorsailer. Ship is equipped with two lowerable masts, a folding 3 meter long bowsprit (not included in the boat length) and a full set of sails. The ship is built in Cor-ten steel, a low-corrosion steel type, ideal for shipbuilding. The entire hull has been completely sandblasted and preserved both inside and outside.
Ramrod 45' (1959) - € 75.000,- +++ Oostende (B)
This unique classic racer is now for sale. The hull and deck have been completely restored and are in excellent condition. There is a separate steering cockpit at the back and another for the crew. Below deck there is room for 8 with ample space in the sitting area, a galley, chart table and main cabin Read more...
Van de Stadt 34 (1990) - Sold
Beautifully maintained van der Stadt 34. The 34 is an excellent seagoing ship, able to cope with all kinds of weather conditions. Moreover, it is a fast sailor.
Contest 30B (1976) - Sold
The Contest 30 has a pleasant and spacious cabin with 3 beds and two extra on the benches in the main cabin. There is also an under all circumstances well-usable galley. The standing height at the galley/cabin is 185 cm. This type has a deep keel for great stability and sailing at sea. Read more...
Etap 38i (1991) - Sold
The Etap 38i was the winner of the 1991 European Boat of the Year Awards. It won that award in applying a number of innovations that are currently also being adopted by other yards. The light, modern interior with large windows and the good sailing characteristics were the most important factors.
Phantom 38 Ketch (1982) - Sold
This yacht is a tested long distance sailing yacht that is fully and efficiently equipped. Solo sailing with its easily operated kits rigging is easily done. The current owner has crossed the Caribbean alone for years with this ship, and she has been to all the places that you dream of.
Etap 46 DS (2006) - Sold
Excellent maintained (real) deck saloon luxurious sailing yacht with all amenities including air-conditioning, hydraulic winches, deck saloon, electrically operated anchor, washing machine, satellite receiver for television, etc, etc.
Beautiful light, stylish interiors designed by Bertone. A real deck saloon with good views from all around the seating area. Owners cabin and two guests double cabins. Read more...
Volkerak 46 DS (2006) - Sold
A boat with unlimited possibilities, you can sail the world with this vessel. A sturdy very well maintained steel Yawl, the "Don Quichote" is now for sale. The boat is ketch rigged. Equipped with a roomy deck saloon and a plenty of living space. Read more...
Lidgard 41 (1980) - Sold
The quality of the work inside is John Lidgards best. All the sails are very good, most made in New Zealand. The Boat is very quick and stays upright with a 50% Ballast ratio. Read more...
Trewes IIIA (1962) - Sold
An elegant blue water cruiser, with recent engine and rigging. What you first notice in this ship is its classic appearance, the hull has a great deck line with a beautiful bow and round aft with a long, stately overhang. The ketch rig with two new wooden masts adds to the overall image. Definitely an eye catching boat. Read more...
Beneteau Idylle 51 (1985) - Sold
Very well maintained Beneteau Idylle 51, Excellent long distance cruiser with many recent upgrades. Good lay-out with three cabins and a fourth crew cabin, now in use as storage. Roomy interior, recently restored with new floors and professionally applied varnish. 3 cabins with double beds. New Raymarine instruments, spray hood, lazy jacks, etc.
Kesteloo 42DS (1996) - Sold
Shipyard built aluminium sailing yacht with deck saloon. Designed for long sea trips. Fine deck saloon with good views all around. Large cockpit with steering wheel. Single mast with cutter jib and genoa, both on the roll. Well thought-out interior with aft cabin, deck saloon, galley and dining table. Front cabin and spacious shower/WC. classic interior in warm mahogany. Read more...
Converted Dutch Fishing boat (1949) - Sold
Converted IJsselmeer fishing boat. Two masts. Former Enkhuizer fishing boat completely refitted as a pleasure craft, suitable for permanent living, dus to it's size and central heating. This ship is from a Dutch yard who build the best fishing ships for this region. the hull is very strong build is is in excellent condition. The interior is roomy with all comfort to make living on board easy. Read more...
Van de Stadt 43 Ketch (1983) - Sold
This ship was designed for long sailing trips. What first catches your eye is the smooth working deck. The cockpit is set to the rear and is well equipped. Operation of the winches are within reach.
The lay out is unusual, at the main entrance you find a sea-cabin, than follows to the front the main cabin with galley and heads. The main cabin has a foldable double bed. Further up front a cabin with two beds and in the bow the sail locker. Read more...
Reinke S11 (1999) - Sold - New Zealand
An ideal sailboat for long journeys, easily maintained and robust. The boat is well equipped for a couple to remain on board for a longer period of time. The boat is a calm sailor and sail control does not require much effort when the jib is hoisted and set by means of a special boom. The dual asymmetrical bilge keels ensure the boat can easily dry out. The shallow draught, due to the keel structure, giving this boat a wide sailing range. The insulation is also suitable for arctic regions. The ship has a large cockpit and deckhouse with a raised floor so even when seated there are all-round views. Read more...
Endurance 35 Ketch (1990) - Sold
Classic blue water yacht suitable for long ocean passages. From this design more than a 1000 boats have been build and you can find them all over the world. T The Endurance is a design of Peter Ibold. This boat has been build by Windboats in England and has a Lloyds A1 certificat. The build started in 1974 but finished in 1990.
Outborn 52 (1996, 2001) - Sold
This particular aluminum vessel was designed by the famous yacht designer from Berlin, Peter Rommel as the biggest yacht in the Outborn yacht series made by the now defunct Outborn yard in Harlingen. Despite the length of 16 meters, this ship can be sailed single handed because much of the heavy lifting has been taken over by technology. A large hydraulic pump rolls out and rolls up the sails and the same pump ensures that the draft can vary from 4m to 1.60m. Typical of the Outborn is the weighted centerboard, the boat has two rudders and bilge keels which enables the boat to remain upright when drying out. The two "normal" Volvo Penta engines and dual saildrives can turn this ship on its axis. Read more...
Garcia Passoa 47 (1990) - Sold
Perfectly built in aluminium by Garcia shipyard, designed by Mortain/Mavrikios with an interior made by the famous carpenter André Rameau. She is the perfect blue water yacht and in excellent condition, near new and ready to continue. The French Garcia yard is renowned for their strong and convenient world cruisers. The Passoa is an aluminium centerboarder (and daggerboard) which very reliably takes you anywhere at a decent speed.
Nordic Pilot Cutter (1934) - Sold
Special, well proportioned solid steel cutter. Length including bow sprit 16,5 m, length hull 14 m. Ketch with authentic wooden masts. Steel hull sandblasted and newly professionally painted, thickness report available. New bowsprit (not on picture), new deck. Interior has traces of it's age, roof superstructure should be renewed. Schip is certified for charter, except for it's masts, they still have to be surveyed. New batteries. Read more...
Trintella 57A (1987) - Sold +++ Turkije
Rigid, well built aluminium hull. All weather doghouse with all-round view. Very spacious saloon and galley. Thoroughly refitted. New modern sail plan.
Suitable for short handed sailing.
Colvic Watson 35 (1989) - Sold
On this boat you can cheerfully wave in your t-shirt to sailors deeply ensconced in their rain suits trying to shelter from rain and wind. This Colvic Watson polyester motor sailor was yard built and has a lot of space below decks due to its generous beam. Weighing in at 15 tons and with a moderate sail area this vessel is a real motor sailboat and the sails only need reefing in stormy weather. The closed wheelhouse means you can sail all year round. The owner, a former sea-sailor has always maintained the boat very well. She is well equipped, including a radar, a permanently installed aggregate and bow thruster. It's ketch rigged; mainsail and genoa are recent, only the mizzen is older,but because of limited use it’s still in good condition. read more
Kvase 1200 (1993) - Sold
This sturdy 17 ton Colin Archer Ketch has just returned from a trip to the Shetlands, after years of journeying the Mediterranean and Red Sea. This is rock solid boat that can take a beating. The large deck has wide gangways and all windows are either lexan or safety glass. It has a mid cockpit and long keel. The ship does needs some wind to get going, but when she does she sails really well. The hull was built according to the drawings of Mr. K. Kornaat and the interior was designed by the owner. Read more...