Feadship De Vries Feadship Custom dutch sailing yacht De Vrouwe Christina for sale 01

Feadship - De Vrouwe Christina

Length
23,01 m
Year
1957

Specifications

General information

Name De Vrouwe Christina
Reference NL23.025
Type Sailing yacht

Dimensions

Length 23,01 m
Beam 5,36 m
Draft 1,52 m

Build

Year 1957
Yard
Series Custom

Materials

Material hull Steel

Sail plan

Sail plan type Sloop

Accomodation

Guest cabins 3
Guest beds 6
Crew cabins 1

Engines

Count Brand Fuel type HP/Engine
2 Perkins Diesel 350
Total: 700

Short description of the yacht

Built in Steel by Feadship in 1957 after an exterior design by Feadship and naval architecture by De Voogt Naval Architects. Inspired by the Dutch ‘Tjalk’ barges, she is the only vessel of her kind to have been built by the award winning yard.

She benefits from her traditional Dutch design in combination with a gaff-rigged motor sailor configuration, which allows her to have lots of stability and volume for a yacht her size. Because of her comfortable and stable sailing, she has crossed the Atlantic an impressive six times, earning her the status of a proven seaworthy sailing yacht.

Her twin 350Hp Perkins diesel engines allow a cruising speed of 7 knots, giving her a cruising range when under power of 1000 nautical miles. In combination with her shallow draft, she is an excellent coastal cruiser.

Her alluring exterior is greatly complimented by her modern and up-to-date interior which provides accommodation for 6 guests across 3 cabins, consisting of a full beam master suite aft and two twin cabins for guests forward. She also has room for 3 additional crew members.

Tha yacht has seen major refits in 2002 and 2017, keeping her eye-catching exterior while providing all modern comforts to the owner and guests.

Are you the shipyard, owner, captain or broker of De Vrouwe Christina? Please contact us if you want us to update the information or if you want us to show more recent images of De Vrouwe Christina.

AIS Position

Similar yachts

Featured yachts

Related Articles