Nanni diesel engine with flat cooling. Lemsteraak, very nice lined fisherman barge, finishing and launching 2006.
Basic data of the Lemsteraak Vissermanaak
- Seller:Tradewind Yachts
- Ship's name:GRA 14
- Motorization:Nanni diesel engine with flat cooling
- Category:Flat and round bottom
- Year of construction:2006
- Experience: A day of boating fun, Large groups aboard, Sailing races, Weekendcruiser, weekends aboard
- Length:35.27 feet
- Width:13.12 feet
- Draught:2 feet
- Variable draught:No
- Vertical clearance:1400 cm
- Country: Netherlands
- To view in sales harbour/showroom: No , (elsewhere)
- Price:£ 98.527 VAT Paid (€ 110.000 VAT Paid)
- Account Manager: Tradewind Yachts
- Boat specifications in PDF: Download here
Very nice lined fisherman barge, finishing and launching 2006.
A beautiful and qualitatively excellent built Visserman Lemsteraak, finished with a feeling for detail. It is also a very fast sailing ship that performs well in races. The boat has recently been fitted with a new mast and matching rigging.
The Lemsteraak was developed in the second half of the 19th century from the fishaak of the Frisian inland waters. After 1900, as a rule, they were built in steel. In the basic form the Frisian round yachts can be recognized: curved bow, round lines with horizontal egg shape with the tip backwards. In the head the foredeck rises sharply.
Compared to the botter, tjalk and shocker it's a young type. In 1898, the first real wooden Lemsteraak was built at De Boer's shipyard in Lemmer. Before that many round ships were built, but they were not yet indicated as Lemsteraak. Incidentally, the name 'aak' has been used for many types of vessels for much longer, such as fish, botacles and mussels. The data on the first Lemsteraak could not be taken from the builder's archives, but came from the preserved 'cutting books' of the sailmakers. In 1899 sailmaker De Vries supplied the sails for the ship built by De Boer, which was referred to as a pleasure boat.
The main characteristic is that the volume of the foreship is larger than that of the stern. The original lemsteraak was covered in front of the mast and as a rule had a bun, although dinghies, the so-called herring fleets, were used to catch herring, which were towed. The fishing vessels were usually 10.0 - 12.5 metres long; however, larger barges (up to 17.5 metres) were also built early on as yachts with a cabin behind the mast, a higher stern and a buoy rudder.
The fish stakes from De Lemmer remained barges for the fishermen. The large barges that De Boer built for water sports were called pleasure craft, model Lemster yacht or just yacht.
It was only with the construction of 'De Groene Draeck' (chosen by Princess Beatrix in 1956 as a national gift for her 18th birthday) that the name Lemsteraak really became established. The Lemsteraak is not a product that rolled off the drawing board as a standard design, but a common name for a collection of very different ships which, however, according to the namers, had common characteristics.
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- Designer: E. Kuperus
Shipyard: Scheepswerf De Boeier
De Boeier shipyard in Makkum
- Hull colour: Black
- Deck construction: Wood
- Superstructure: Steel
- Vertical clearance: 14 m
- Draught: 75 cm
Steering system: Helm
- Position steering system: Outside
Keel/Lee board: Leeboards
Very fine lined fisherman barge, finishing and launching 2006.
A beautiful and qualitatively excellent built Visserman Lemsteraak, finished with a sense of detail. It is also a very fast sailing ship that performs well in races. The boat has recently been fitted with a new mast and associated rigging.
Berths: fixed: 4
- Toilets: 1
- Heating: Taylor's oil stove with chimney through foredeck
- Type: Inboard
- Brand: Nanni
- Fuel: Diesel
Cooling system: Direct
- Fuel tanks: 200
- Total fuel tank(s) capacity: 200 Litre
Navigation and electronics
- Depth gauge:
- Navigation lights:
Rig and sails
Sailplan type: Gaff
Number of masts: 1
- Winches: selftailing, fall winch at mast (Lewmar)
New sails (2014) from Zeilmakerij Molenaar in Grou.