|Marque||Jh Van Eijk En Zonen|
|Catégorie||Yacht (+ 16m) / Grande Plaisance|
|Nb. Heures Moteur||8200h|
|Visibilité||Provence Alpes Côte d´Azur|
- Vitesse de Croisière : 8
- Vitesse Max : 8
- Consommation L/h : 12
I am a charming Dutch Tug boat build in 1940.
My activity was Tug-vessel in Rotterdam port from 1940 to 1961 under the name "MARGOT"; I was steamed powered at this time!
Around 1960, my life was even more fearless since I have been servicing as Patrol vessel for Rotterdam port Police. I have been supplied then with my actual 250HP FIAT Marine engine.
From 2002 until 2017, I had a more relax time and I became part of the history of the port museum of Rotterdam as I was exhibited there for 15 beautiful years.
2017 was for me the start of a new adventure since I was transported to the south of France to become a very friendly boat, suitable for boating, nautical sports, and of course for original and unforgettable receptions & parties !!"
Offers highly recommended
Appareillage électronique de navigation:
Equipement technique et de pont supérieur:
Grue pour jet-ski (Hydraulique).
Electronic equipment: Compass, KOHLER generator (2018), Palfinger PC crane - 1500 600 KG (2018), 220V bilge pump, Electric windlass (2018) + 100 m of chain, Battery charger + park of 6 batteries.
Exterior equipment: Two lateral accesses - Starboard and Babord, Spacious rounded rear saloon, bench seat and dining table, Barbecue, Bathing ladder, Shower, Front space that can accommodate a jet ski, Original steering position, wood in perfect condition, Bodyguard all around the boat, Platform with sunbeds that can also be used as a Heliport, Crane.
Interior equipment: Wood and white interior (bright, very clean), Main cabin with 2 modular beds for 1 person (or two children), Double cabin - 160 bed for two people, Shower room with shower and WC, Saloon with kitchenette, microwave and refrigerator, cushions, curtains in very good condition.
Canvas and upholstery equipment: Awning covering the cabin.
This tugboat can accommodate up to 12 people on board while sailing.