Hoek Lemsteraak Ronde Walvis

€ 399.000,00
  • Status:Available
  • Manufacturer:Hoek
  • Model:Lemsteraak
  • Category:Flat and round bottom
  • Build year:1990
  • LOA:14.5 x 4.8 x 1.1 m
  • Hull construction:Steel
  • Engine manufacturer:Vetus Deutz, 4 cil. Turbo diesel 115 Pk PK
  • Vessel lying:In verkoophaven


Luxury Lemsteraak, price excl. VAT with interesting Buy / Rent combination.

Luxury Lemsteraak with interesting buy / rental combination, price excl.

Hull shape: Round-bottomed yacht
Rudder: Steel, hanged
Steering system: Hydraulic with steering wheel
Windows: Brass portholes and 2 swing windows in rear bulkhead
Displacement: 20000
Ballast: no additional ballast
Vertical clearance: 19.50 metres
Other: Price excl. VAT. Beautifully lined Lemsteraak with interesting Buy / Rent combination via Heech by de Mar.
Material, colours: Teak
Curtains: Blue
Saloons: Salon
Cabins: 3 separate sleeping cabins, a total of 12 berths.
Headroom: Salon 2.00 to 1.89 meters
Cooker & fuel: 4 flame gas basket
Other: Beautiful and cozy teak interior. Ship has 12 berths of which 8 fixed and 2 x 2 on dinette in saloon.
Engine, electrics, water
Power: 115 hp
Engine hours: 2336, only 306 hours after full engine overhaul 2009.
Fuel tanks: Steel, 420 litres
Cooling system: Closed system with keel cooling
Propulsion: Velvet hydraulic reversing clutch and stainless steel water-lubricated propeller shaft
Fuel consumption: approx. 4 litre/hour
Measuring instruments: Tachometer, oil, temperature and voltmeter.
Voltage: 24, 12 and 230 Volt
Control panel: Engine panel in cockpit on kickboard and consumer panel inside on chart table.
Dynamo: Alpha 24/95 Amp with Alpha Pro B controller.
Water system: Hydrophoric
Hot water: Boiler 60 litres, brand Sigmar via engine and Webasto hot water maker, new in 2007.
Water tank & material: 1200 litres
Waste water tank: Present for shower
Other: Engine completely overhauled spring 2009. Engine room complete and well maintained.
Rig and sails
Sailplan type: Gaff rigged
Spars, stays: Oregon Clear and Better, new in 2003. Stainless steel staging
Sails material: Dacron color white, mainsail and jib of Gaastra new in 2009.
Jib: Dacron 35 m2 (2009)
Furling foresail: Yes, 1 reef
Flying jib: Dacron 20,4 m2
Other: Unique 1-fall mainsail system with 3 x halyard winch LVJ type HW80 new in 2008. Mainsail and jib of Gaastra new in 2009. 2 x new (2009) Lewmar breeding Lap Winch ST48.
Navigation and electronics
Charts, guides: Some
Anchor windlass: On foredeck brand Strikwerda.
Fenders, lines: Various
Outdoor cushions: Yeah, red kapok seat cushions
Swimming ladder: Stainless steel stairs fixed at the back of the ship's fence.
Other: Ship is suitable and equipped for all Dutch inland waters including IJsselmeer and Wadden Sea.
Radar reflector: Yes
Flares: Yes, 2 x parachuted and 4 x hand torch in container
Gas bottle locker with drain: Yes, in backhouse with 2 x gas bottle
Other: Ship complies with the Safe Hire Certificate.

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  • Dimensions
    Loa 14.5 meter
    Beam 4.8 meter
    Draft 1.1 meter
  • Build
    Year 1990
    Deck construction Staal met antislip dekkenverf
    Displacement 20000 Kgs
    Ballast geen extra ballast Kgs
    Keel type Zijzwaarden, nieuw in 2003
    Builder De Boeier in Makkum
    Superstructure construction Staal met antislip dekkenverf
    Hull type Rondbodemjacht
    Hull construction Steel
    Designer Hoek Design
  • Galley
  • Motor
    Stern thruster Stern thruster
    Bow thruster
    Engine manufacturer Vetus Deutz, 4 cil. Turbo diesel
    Horse Power 115 Pk
    Fuel Diesel
  • Navigation
    Navigation lights
    Depth instrument
  • Accommodation
    Cabins 3 separate slaaphutten, totaal 12 slaapplaatsen.
    Berths 12
    Toilet Toilet
    Shower Shower
  • Safety equipment
    Bilge pump
    Fire extinguisher
  • Tuigage
    Main sail
    Genoa furling
  • Electronics
    Dvd player
    Cd player
    Battery charger
  • Equipment

Flat bottom boats for sale in the Netherlands

The historic appearance of the flat-bottomed boat is, among other things, what makes it so special. As the name implies, a flat bottom has a flat bottom that has no or almost no keel. The sailing yacht often has side swords, which is what makes it so characteristic. The boats are ideal for charter sailing and are also widely used in the Netherlands. But the flat-bottomed boats can also be used well for pleasure craft or as a houseboat.