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Bekebrede
16.00
sold
VAT Paid
Reference number:
903035
Category:
Motor Yacht
Build year:
2002
Berth:
Visits on appointment
Asking price:
sold
Material:
Steel
Dimensions:
16,20 m
x
4,92 m
x
1,60 m
Description:
Excellently maintained motor yacht. CE- Category A and technically very well equipped.
Designer:
Bekebrede
Shipyard:
Flevo Jachtbouw - Drinkwaard
Hull number:
147
CE-category:
A
Passenger capacity:
10
Hull shape:
Roundbilge
With continuous keel
Hull colour:
Blue
Deck colour:
White
Deck construction:
Steel
Teak deck 26 mm
Windows:
Hora thermo pane
Vertical clearance:
4.5 m
Minimum height:
345 cm
Draught:
160 cm
Maximum draught:
160 cm
Steering system:
Wheel
Position steering system:
Inside
Remote control:
Rudder:
Single
Comments:

Very beautiful and sophisticated designed yacht. Hull constructed from 6 mm steel plate and construction from 4 mm. The keel is made of 16 mm steel plate. The yacht has teak walkways of no less than 26 mm. The underwater ship was blasted and provided in 2016 with two components of coating and antifouling. The hull of the yacht was also sprayed again in 2016. In 2017 the yacht is again equipped with new antifouling. Before the yacht has been finished, the entire steelwork has been lacquered from the inside for preservation. This seaworthy motor yacht has CE classification A which makes it even Ocean worthy. Apart from the beautiful, seaworthy, you can see this in details such as very heavy thermo pane glazing (10 mm outside glass and 6 mm inner glass) and the fact that all vents are released on the roof. The yacht is constantly being technically checked by her first and current owner and is in top condition.

Saloon:
Headroom:
190 cm
Separate Dining area:
Engine room:
Cabins:
3
Berths:
fixed: 6
Type interior:
Classic, warm
Color upholstery:
Blue
Mattresses:
Cushions:
Curtains:
Water tank & material:
1.860 litre Stainless steel
Waste water tank:
350 Litre Steel
Waste water tank gauge:
Waste water tank drainpump:
Deck suction:
Water system:
Pressure system
Hot water:
Outside water:
Deck wash pump Deck Shower
Number of showers:
2
Number of baths:
1
Toilets:
2 Electric
Satellite reception:
Cooker & fuel:
4 burner(s) Electric
Ceramic
Oven:
Microwave:
Fridge & power source:
110 Litre Electric
+ extra refrigerator of 110 liters in utility cabin
Freezer:
200 Litre
Top loader freezer cabinet in utility cabin
Heating:
Central heating Heavy CV installation
Air conditioning:
Danfoss airconditioning
Comments:

This Bekenbrede has a very nice interior, in top condition! Naturally, the yacht is insulated before the beautiful interior made of teak is built in. In terms of lay-out practically arranged with spacious rooms, for a comfortable stay on board.

Number of identical engines:
1
Starting type:
Electric
Type:
Inboard
Brand:
Deutz-ADT
Model:
BF 6M1013F
Serial number:
0568211
Year:
2002
Number of cylinders:
6
Power:
197 hp
Hours counter:
Engine hours:
1,000
Fuel:
Diesel
Fuel consumption:
10 litre/hour
Gearbox:
PRM Elektrisch hydraulisch
Transmission:
Shaft
Propulsion:
Propellor
60 mm propeller shaft with 4 blade propeller
Cooling system:
Indirect
Keel cooling
Fuel tanks:
3
total 6,800 liters over three steel tanks
Total fuel tank(s) capacity:
6,800 Litre
Fuel tank material:
Steel
Max speed:
16 km/h
at about 2000 rpm - 18 l / h
Cruising speed:
13 km/h
at about 1550 rpm - 13,4 km / h
Fuel tank gauge:
Pijlglas
Tachometer:
Motordisplay
Oil pressure gauge:
Motordisplay
Temperature gauge:
Motordisplay
Bow thruster:
Hydraulic Mobile remote control
proportioneel 300 kgf
Stern thruster:
Hydraulic Mobile remote control
proportioneel 160 kgf
Battery:
4 x 115 Ah
24 volts. 2x 140 amp starter battery and 1x 12 volt generator
Battery charger:
75 A
Mastervolt Mass 24/75 + extra 30 amp charger
Alternator:
80 A
Battery monitor:
Generator:
Lombardini-Deutz
10KvA, 8.000 Watt 3-phase
Inverter:
3.000 Watt
Mastervolt Dakar Sine 24/3000
Voltmeter:
Shore power:
Shore power cable:
Solar panel:
500 Watt
4x 125 Watt
Voltage:
24V 220V
Comments:

The yacht is technically-motorically very well cared for and profesionally furnished.

Compass:
Fluxgate kompas voor Autopilot
Depth gauge:
Navigation lights:
Rudder position indicator:
Autopilot:
Simrad Robertson
GPS:
MLR GPS met NMEA uitgang
Chart plotter:
NMEA Poort voor mogelijkheid laptop
VHF:
Shipmate + Hand held VHF
Spars material:
Aluminium
Antenna mast
Anchors & material:
1 x Galvanized
40 kg plough anchor
Anchor connection:
Chain
Anchor windlass:
Electric
Condor 1500 Watt with remote control
Bimini:
On aft deck
Sea rails:
Heavy stainless steel railing
Swimming platform:
2x foldable
Swimming ladder:
2 part, with 8 steps
Sail lowering system:
electrical for antenna mast
Teak deck:
Fenders, lines:
Comments:

Dekverlichting

Bilge pump:
Electric
Fire extinguisher:
Automatic extinguishing installation engine room
Life jackets:
Watertight door:
To engine room
Extra information


Very beautiful and sophisticated designed yacht. Hull constructed from 6 mm steel plate and construction from 4 mm. The keel is made of 16 mm steel plate. The yacht has teak walkways of no less than 26 mm. The underwater ship was blasted and provided in 2016 with two components of coating and antifouling. The hull of the yacht was also sprayed again in 2016. In 2017 the yacht is again equipped with new antifouling. Before the yacht has been finished, the entire steelwork has been lacquered from the inside for preservation. This seaworthy motor yacht has CE classification A which makes it even Ocean worthy. Apart from the beautiful, seaworthy, you can see this in details such as very heavy thermo pane glazing (10 mm outside glass and 6 mm inner glass) and the fact that all vents are released on the roof. The yacht is constantly being technically checked by her first and current owner and is in top condition.
 

Comment owner

My bond with water and the boat.

I'm from a skipper family. In my childhood I spent all my vacations on board. After high school I was on board for another year and I sailed in Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany. My calling was inland shipping, but my father didn't give me the chance. So I went to live ashore and looked for a job in the shipping world. My pasion for water has never stopped. I didn't get my own ship, but in 1976 I bought my first pleasure boat, a Grand Banks 36foot. In 1986 a 42 feet. These were yard ships that could not be changed a lot. That is why in 2000 the desire grew to have a new boat built in the Netherlands that would fully meet our needs. In Nijkerk on the Randmeren we found the suitable yard to have a custom-built yacht built. We were very lucky that the site manager contributed 100% to this. Because I travelled on a barge for about 2 years and worked my entire professional life in shipping, I knew very well how to build my boat on a technical level. The collaboration with the yard always went well. I was already retired when the boat was built. I had enough free time to spend a lot of time at the shipyard and to follow the construction of the boat closely. So I know each corner on the boat and I also know what is behind very panel. We also had a caravan, so we could spend many days at the shipyard, not missing a thing and be able to see all the small details. Because I saw a lot, I know my boat very well and that makes it easy for me to maintain the boat myself. For me, that is part of the hobby. The boat was delivered in 2002. The ship meets the A class, so our cruising area is very extensive. We used to sail to England and Denmark, but my wife doesn't like the sea and I could have a new boat built, on the condition that we stay in the inland waterways. That is why we have made many trips in the Netherlands. We have been several times where there is water. Ideally, I travel on open water such as the Eastern and Western Scheldt and the IJsselmeer, the boat was ultimately made for that. We also lived on the boat for 2 years. The ship is extremely suitable for that! It is also great to invite friends and acquaintances, because the owner uses the rear bedroom and the visitors have the space in the front. Nobody is disturbing each other and everyone immediately feels at home!

François

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