Outboard engine 6 hp Suzuki. Number of beds adults and two children
Basic data of the B&S Werf In Zaandam ( Baerveldt En Stapel) Beulakermeer Kruiser
- Seller:Private seller
- Brand:B&S Werf In Zaandam ( Baerveldt En Stapel)
- Model:Beulakermeer Kruiser
- Motorization:Outboard engine 6 hp Suzuki
- Category:Classic yacht
- Year of construction:1935
- Experience: A day of boating fun, Maintenance free, Trailerable
- Length:24.61 feet
- Width:6.89 feet
- Draught:3 feet
- Variable draught:No
- Headroom inside:120 cm
- Country: Netherlands
- Price:£ 7.890 (€ 8.750)
- Boat specifications in PDF: Download here
Classic wooden yacht. Beulakermeerkruiser not built by Huisman but at the B&S shipyard in Zaandam (Baerveldt and Stapel).
Mahogany on oak trusses. In contrast to the househusband ships, this yacht is not sloop rigged but gaff rigged. The design is of
Mr.Tingen. The yacht was restored a few years ago by a renowned shipyard of wooden ships.
During the restoration the keel beam, the strands, rafters and the bulkhead between cabin and cockpit have been replaced.
The buoy parts are milled out and between all the buoy parts 8 mm strips are glued with epoxy. The bolts of the puttings have also been replaced
The boat is on the outside in the epoxy resin SP320 3 layers of double coat clear varnish with UV filter and lacquered with epiphanes.
1 component lacquer. The bottom is equipped with Sikkens chlorine rubber antifouling. So the yacht is in new condition and maintenance free.
The yacht has a teak deck. The restoration cost a fortune.
With the boat is a registered Pega trailer type MP1800/600. (Kieltrailer). For the year 2006 little used so as good as new.
- Draught: 90 cm
- Headroom: 120 cm
- Berths: fixed: 4
Sleeping places for two adults and two children. LED lighting
Suzuki 6 HP with external tank.
Automatic bilge pump with battery.
Rig and sails
Gaff rigged with furling mainsail. Mast ironing installation.
Sails are as good as new see pictures.
Also there is a custom made tarpaulin, which covers the boat completely when the mast is standing up.