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|Type de Moteur / Essence||Diesel|
|Matériau de la Coque||Acier|
The Jacob Meindert was originally an ice breaking tug named Oldeoog. She was purchased at auction by Willem Sligting who, when he first saw her, realised she could make a fast sailing vessel. She was relaunched in 1989 as a two masted topsail schooner. In 2014 she has been completely renovate: the Daf engine has been overhauled and in july 2016 it has only 150 hours of use. New generator, Diesel heating Webasto 30 kw. Completely new engine room.
Fuel capacity 3500 L
Water 10.000 L
Interior new accommodation's layout on the stern part: Ship owner apartment with bathroom, office room.
Guest cabin: 4 with a double and a single berth each. Bathroom: 2 Crew cabin with 6 beds and bathroom Ample kitchen, dining room with 3 tables and bar equipment.
New masts and new sails made in 2014.
The ship has safety equipment for no limits sailing.
Tender: 4 meters 40 CV Yamaha Last survey: 2013.
Engine rebuilt in 2015.
|Tirant d'Eau Max.||2.5m|
|Réservoirs à Eau Douce|
|Réservoirs de Carburant|
|Réservoirs à Eau Noir|