Bloemsma & van Breemen Signs Megayacht Contract

Tuesday, March 07, 2006
Bloemsma & van Breemen has announced the signing of a contract to build a 41-meter sailing yacht. The Dutch yard will create this fast cruising sloop to a blueprint from Dubois Design Naval Architects. Bloemsma & van Breemen’s most recent launch, the 48-meter Flying Eagle, was recently nominated for the World Superyacht Awards in Venice. The new order will be a high performance yacht built entirely in aluminum and equipped with dual headstays. Roll-away boom with captive winches for all sail handling systems and hydraulically operated running backstays. The vessel will have a low profile deckhouse, a relatively high beam of 8.9 meters and a draught of 4.15 meters. Built to both Lloyds Register classification and the MCA large yacht code, this spectacular new sailing yacht will have two tenders. One will be located on the foredeck and the other in the aft peak, launched by a dedicated hydraulic crane housed in the deck locker.

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