BOAT BUILDING

As mentioned before we have just successfully launched the 12-meter Abalone 40 named “Aurelia”. “The Tesla of the Frisian lakes”.

This is a new custom build composite motor yacht, which is powered by an electric engine. The yacht has the latest technology on board and glides quietly through the waters of Friesland. And as finishing touch, a spud pole for clay surfaces.

The Dutch designer of this magnificent yacht is Pepijn van Schaik who works for Manta Marine Design. He has customised the yacht to the specific wishes of the customer.

NEW BUILD

This is a new custom build composite motor yacht, which is powered by an electric engine. The yacht has the latest technology on board and glides quietly through the waters of Friesland. And as finishing touch, a spud pole for clay surfaces.

The Dutch designer of this magnificent yacht is Pepijn van Schaik who works for Manta Marine Design. He has customised the yacht to the specific wishes of the customer.

Abalone 40 “Aurelia”

Hoofd afmetingen/ Main Dimensions
Lengte oa / Length oa: 12.00 m, 40 ft.
Breedte / Beam: 3.90 m, 12.8 ft.
Diepgang / Draft: 0.85 m, 2.8 ft.
Twin screw displacer version
Displacement: 9.5 ton, 21,000 lbs.
Diesel Electric Propulsion: 22 Kw.
CE category: B
Hull material: composite

RESTAURATION PROJECTS

In the last decade we have restored several classical ships, amongst others an int. 5-meter class. The ship is a 100-year-old marine Barkas, with a Swiss craft deck, cockpit and super structure are of a Rogger.

INT. 5-METER CLASS “PCII”

This is an int. 5-meter class. An evergreen that is built in 1944 by the Mulder Shipyard located in Voorschoten. After 55 years the boat was ready for a top to bottom restoration. The whole ship has been stripped and taken apart and slowly but beautifully put back together. It’s now ready to sail another 50 years and will be the pride and joy of the owner.

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REFERENCES

NEW BUILD

Manta Marine Design “ABALONE 40”

RESTAURATION PROJECTS

Int. 5 meter Class “PCII”

Swisscraft

Marine barkas from 1900