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HEARTBEAT OF LIFE

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Superyacht for rent in Barcelona for the Peninsula and Costa Brava, measuring 30 meters in length, accommodating 12 people.

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Designed by Heesen in 1998 , the Heartbeat of Life is a world-renowned charter yacht . It positions itself as one of the most prominent luxury boats in Barcelona to enjoy your vacations. This classic and elegant yacht features a perfect outdoor dining area for organizing events or private parties with a capacity for 30 people . Its interiors are characterized by elegance, being fully equipped and designed with the finest materials: Loro Piana cashmere, fabrics and pieces from Versace, and many other exquisite details.

The Heartbeat of Life is the ideal yacht to explore the coast of Barcelona, the Costa Brava, and Sitges . It has 3 cabins with double suites, allowing accommodation for up to 6 people overnight and up to 12 people during a daytime rental . Additionally, the yacht comes with a jet ski, a swimming pool, and a wide variety of water toys, ensuring an unforgettable experience at sea.

Music system

Cabin table

Auxiliary boat

Outdoor shower

Swim ladder

Swim platform

Outdoor speakers

Sound system

Refrigerator

Kitchenware

1 Inflatable boat

1 Banana boat

1 Inflatable slide

1 Water ski

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HEARTBEAT OF LIFE

HEARTBEAT OF LIFE

Launched in 1989 with a major refit in 2008 at Moonen Shipyards in Holland, HEARBEAT OF LIFE is a luxury semi displacement motor yacht.

HEARBEAT OF LIFE boasts 4 cabins for up to 8 guests including a wide master suite with a study area, a further double bed cabin, one twin cabin with Pullman and one single bed cabin for a child. She is also capable of carrying up to five 4 crew on board, ensuring guests are treated to a luxurious and pampered experience.

Special Features :

- Low consumption: 100 L per hour at 9 knots - Bureau Veritas Certified & Maltese Commercial Flag - Proven to be a safe, economical, comfortable and very well-maintained motor yacht

Activities : Inflatable water toys , sea scooter , Tender , 2x Kayak , Waterskis .

Summer : West Mediterranean Balearic Islands

Winter : West Mediterranean Balearic Islands

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HEARTBEAT OF LIFE: New Video

HEARTBEAT OF LIFE: New Video

HEARTBEAT OF LIFE is a Semi-Displacement built in 1989 and completely renovated in 2008 by the famous Dutch shipyard, Moonen. She is a very comfortable motor yacht, able to accommodate up to 8 guests in her 4 magnificent cabins. HEARTBEAT OF LIFE has many qualities: she is a well...

HEARTBEAT OF LIFE: New listing for Sale

HEARTBEAT OF LIFE: New listing for Sale

The Aluminum Yacht Motor HEARBEAT OF LIFE was built in 1989 by the famous Dutch shipyard Heesen, she was completely refitted in 2008 by the famous Dutch shipyard Moonen. This ship can accommodate up to 8 guests in 4 different cabins: 1 spacious Master cabin, 1 cabin with a double...

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Heartbeat Of Life

INQUIRE ABOUT HEARTBEAT OF LIFE

‘Heartbeat Of Life’ is a 91.86ft  /28m  motor yacht, custom built in 1989 by Heesen and last refitted in 2010.

The exterior design of this yacht has been carried out by Mulder Design, and her interior is by Art Line.

Heartbeat Of Life’s interior layout sleeps up to 7 guests in 3 rooms, 2 double cabins, 1 twin cabin and 1 pullman bed. She is also capable of carrying up to 5 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience. Timeless styling, beautiful furnishings and sumptuous seating feature throughout to create an elegant and comfortable atmosphere.

You’ll find many leisure and entertainment facilities onboard, making her ideal for entertaining friends and family on your charter vacation. There’s ample space for enjoying an alfresco lunch or dinner on deck, or simply lounging in the sunshine and working on your tan.

She is built with aluminium hull and aluminium superstructure, and has a cruising speed of 12 knots, a maximum speed of 15 knots and a range of 970nm from 16,500litre fuel tanks.

Wi-Fi connection is available throughout, so you’ll be able to keep up to date with business, check emails or share your experience on social media. Air conditioning keeps conditions comfortable throughout the cabins, even on the warmest of days or nights.

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Heartbeat of Life

Built by Heesen 1989, Heartbeat of life had two refits done making her better than ever. She is a 28.20m long luxury yacht, that has the perfect blend of a homey but yet modern feeling and is available for a summer Barcelona yacht charter . With the added wooden elements and warm details, this yacht makes sure that no guests are feeling nostalgic.

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Accommodation

For a daily charter, Heartbeat of life can accommodate 12 guests. For her overnight charters she can accommodate up to 8 guests in her 3 stunning cabins. Guests can choose from: a master cabin, a VIP cabin and a guest cabin with 2 single beds and a pullman bunk. Within the yacht, guests will find numerous areas for dining, various areas for lounging and relaxation and some of the most impressive technological additions at the guest’s disposal. Don’t worry about a thing, relax and enjoy your Barcelona luxury cruise .

Water equipment

  • Tender 5 m Ribtec with 80 hp four stroke Yamaha outboard engine
  • Jet ski Seadoo 255 lt
  • 2 x water skis
  • Inflatable castle and tobogan
  • Inflatable 10x10 swimming pool

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HEARTBEAT OF LIFE

1989   heesen    93ft  /  28.2m.

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HEARTBEAT OF LIFE private yacht

The luxury motor yacht HEARTBEAT OF LIFE is a private yacht and is not available to charter.

HEARTBEAT OF LIFE was built by Heesen and delivered to her owner in 1989.

HEARTBEAT OF LIFE can accommodate 8 guests in 4 cabins consisting of a primary suite with a double bed and en-suite bathroom facilities, 2 cabins with a double bed and en-suite bathroom facilities and a cabin with a double bed and en-suite bathroom facilities.

Amenities on board include Air Conditioning, BBQ, Stabilizers and Swim platform.

An extensive list of further amenities and water toys can be seen under the features and amenities section.

You can view alternative similar motor yachts for charter , or alternatively contact your Yacht Charter Broker for information about renting an alternative luxury charter yacht.

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  • Stabilisers
  • Swim platform
  • Inflatable Watertoys
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HEARTBEAT OF LIFE can accommodate 8 sleeping guests on board in 4 cabins.

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My life in boats: the self-proclaimed “Burger King” on his growing classic fleet

Craig Lamm has always been infatuated with Burger boats. Grace Trofa finds out where the owner's obsession began...

I bought my first boat, a 1961 4.9-metre runabout, with my bar mitzvah money. I told my parents whatever cash comes in, it’s mine. For $800 I bought a boat, motor and trailer. Growing up, my family always had boats, mostly cruisers. When I needed a name for the boat, I asked my grandmother. She told me our name means little lamb, “shepsl” in Yiddish. 

Then I went to my maternal grandparents who were the centre of my universe, and they told me that as a child my grandfather was called a shepsl because he had these tight little curls like a lamb, so that settled it.

My second boat, at 15, was a 5.5-metre with a cuddy cabin. In those days all sons of boat owners washed boats for cash. I built up a business with 75 customers — that’s how I bought my boats.

All I ever wanted in life was to have a Burger; I was raised to believe that Burger was the Rolls-Royce of US-made boats.  I was in my early fifties when I bought my first Burger; it signified to me I had made it, and I was Burger Proud. I only buy classic boats, and I currently own 12. My first Burger was a 1986 26.5-metre houseboat-style custom build that I keep in Fort Lauderdale along with my centre console fishing boat. 

The second Burger is a 1974 23-metre with the same silhouette that I pined over when I was 17, and the latest is a 36-metre Burger built in 1985. She is having a refit to bring her up to my standards. The primary reason I bought her was to have a formal crew area.

In Michigan, I have seven slips at the end of my dock; it’s like having a boat show every day. I have interests in so many things, and I am a crazy eccentric but it’s so much fun. I’m told that I am the only person in the world who owns three Burgers, and so I am the Burger King — literally. I’m going to come up with a logo and have merchandise made. Why? Because I can!

I’m a liveaboard. The boats are my homes and I have not lived on shore in 15 years. The biggest adjustment was it took two years to get rid of all my crap. I keep nine classic boats in Michigan, from the 1950s and 60s; my biggest wooden boat is a 1955 16-metre Chris-Craft. It has been my summer home for 30 years. I keep a full-time crew and collect awards in classic boat shows in Michigan because all my boats are in top condition.

My favourite cruising ground is the Exumas. Since Covid-19, we decided to fish with purpose. My attitude has been if we take their fish I should feed them. Craig’s Pantry International was created to bring food and supplies to the Exumas primarily.

Tourism there took a big hit with Covid and still there is a great need. We tow an 11-metre Intrepid and use it to distribute supplies to the Out Islands. We are leaving for a month with seven pallets. Craig’s Pantry and Outreach in Broward County, Florida, is a program to feed Jewish people kosher food, according to their dietary needs. I also partner with a food bank in Israel; for me, sharing food is love.

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28.2m  /  92'6   heesen   1989 / 2010.

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  • Name Heartbeat of Life
  • Model Custom
  • Hull Colour -
  • Builder Heesen Yachts
  • Naval Architect
  • Exterior Designer Mulder Design
  • Interior Designer Art Line
  • Length Overall 28.2m
  • Length at Waterline -
  • Draft (min) -
  • Draft (max) 3.4m
  • Gross Tonnage 94
  • Cabins Total 4
  • Cabins 1 Double / 1 Twin
  • Hull Configuration -
  • Hull Material Aluminium
  • Superstructure -
  • Deck Material -
  • Fuel Type Diesel /
  • Manufacturer MTU / Northern Lights
  • Model 8V 2000 M90 /
  • Power 712 kW
  • Total Power 712 kW
  • Propulsion -
  • Max Speed 15 Kn
  • Cruising Speed 12 Kn
  • Fuel Capacity -
  • Water Capacity -
  • Generator -
  • Stabilizers -
  • Thrusters -
  • Amenities -

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The human side of yacht ownership

How would you characterise the typical yacht owner? Whatever you may have been led to believe, the truth is simple: for most, it’s about using their yachts for precious family time, and for many it’s also about using their yachts for good.

There’s a theme that is repeated on countless yachts large and small the world over – superyachting, for most, is not about being seen but rather the opposite. It’s about yacht families and their friends enjoying precious, private moments away from the pressures of demanding business lives and the long hours running those businesses can entail.

“I have an extended family, and when our schedules allow we all like to gather on the yacht and spend some quality time as a family,” Douglas Barrowman , owner of the yacht Turquoise , told Superyacht Life back in 2017. “There is no place like a yacht for family togetherness.”

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Douglas Barrowman with family

A love of the sea, adventure and technology

Superyachts and yacht ownership are also a way to explore the world around us, and to interact with and grow to understand extraordinarily diverse communities from remote Pacific islands to the Scandinavian Arctic. It’s something that inspired tech entrepreneur Jasper Smith to combine his love of adventure and his love of the sea with an opportunity for owners to give back while indulging their passion.

“I have always had a deep passion for the ocean,” Smith says. “I grew up watching Jacques Cousteau movies and being enthralled at the idea of being challenged by an endeavour.” When he set out to find his own perfect explorer yacht, however, he realised it didn’t yet exist. His answer was to create Arksen. “My aim with Arksen was to create the perfect machines to enable adventure,” he enthuses. “I also wanted to build sustainable boats which considered full life cycles, from material sourcing to recycling.”

That’s not all – Arksen also asks owners of its yachts to sign up to a pledge it calls 10% for the Ocean, where they will donate 10% of their vessel’s time to philanthropic activities. “A lot of people who have the money feel a responsibility to try and make sure that the oceans are well looked after,” Smith explains. “The people that are attracted to Arksen are passionate about the ocean and want to go off on slightly more advanced expeditions and trips. With that audience, there is a tremendous buy-in to the boat being for more than just their own purposes.”

The human side of yacht ownership

Superyachts as a force for good

It speaks to the heart of the matter, which is that the superyacht industry and yacht owners in particular have a heart – they care about preserving the environment they enjoy, and they care about the communities they interact with who make them feel so welcome when they visit. It’s reflected in the smallest of gestures, such as donating materials and books to local schools, to the largest – helping with last-mile delivery of critical disaster relief. It’s about superyachts giving back.

It’s a positive-impact attitude toward humanity that is quietly typified by hundreds of superyacht owners, who often prefer to do their thing under the radar rather than take false glory for their philanthropic or humanitarian endeavours. For some it’s as straightforward as getting involved in projects with organisations like YachtAid Global . For others, their endeavours become a key reason for yachting.

American superyacht owner Carl Allen is a prime example of these philanthropic yacht owners. After selling his company, and having enjoyed chartering and owning yachts as a family for years, Allen set up Allen Explorations to deliver a full programme of projects, ranging from historical shipwreck searches and environmental research to disaster relief. Indeed, Allen’s support yacht Axis played a vital role in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian – one of the most powerful storms ever to hit the Bahamas.

“We had to drop everything and help after the hurricane,” says Allen. “ Axis delivered over £700,000 of supplies and made multiple trips to Little Grand island in the Bahamas. We’ve turned it into the epitome of how to organise hurricane relief.” The team helped get the local school back up and running, and organised for a group from Florida Power and Light to help restore power. “The island also lost their water tower,” he adds, “so we delivered four tanks on  Axis .”

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Celebrating the good in the superyachting good life

From family time to time spent embracing the global family, superyacht owners have a far greater positive impact than many assume from preconceived ideas about what a superyacht is and the sort of person who owns or charters one. It’s one of the reasons The Superyacht Life Foundation, in association with the Monaco Yacht Show , has unveiled The Honours, which is a way to celebrate the people of our industry rather than the yachts which so often get sole focus. It’s about recognising the extraordinary contributions that people make, the change they inspire, the opportunities they create, and the lives they change.

On 26 September, the eve of the 2023 Monaco Yacht Show, three honourees – nominated by people from across the superyacht industry, and selected from a shortlist by an expert panel of industry judges – will be feted for their work and contribution to superyachting. These are industry professionals and yacht owners who epitomise what superyachting can do. These are people who highlight the good in the superyachting good life.

Yacht owners, impactful journeys

All around the globe, yacht owners are enjoying precious time on their yachts with family and friends, and many are also realising that their yachts can be a force for good and for change, tying in with their philanthropic works and humanitarian endeavours.

“Our yacht is a platform for much of our life,” offers Joe Anderson , co-owner of the Benovia Winery in California with his wife, Mary Dewane. “For instance, we used it at a fundraiser for cystic fibrosis in Baltimore at the 200th anniversary of the Star-Spangled Banner event. The Blue Angels were flying overhead and used Bella Una [the couple’s yacht] as a GPS coordinate and performed flybys, tipping their wings at us. It was quite a thrill. Having a yacht is a way to keep the family intact, enjoy time with friends and have fun.”

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40 Facts About Elektrostal

Lanette Mayes

Written by Lanette Mayes

Modified & Updated: 01 Jun 2024

Jessica Corbett

Reviewed by Jessica Corbett

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Elektrostal is a vibrant city located in the Moscow Oblast region of Russia. With a rich history, stunning architecture, and a thriving community, Elektrostal is a city that has much to offer. Whether you are a history buff, nature enthusiast, or simply curious about different cultures, Elektrostal is sure to captivate you.

This article will provide you with 40 fascinating facts about Elektrostal, giving you a better understanding of why this city is worth exploring. From its origins as an industrial hub to its modern-day charm, we will delve into the various aspects that make Elektrostal a unique and must-visit destination.

So, join us as we uncover the hidden treasures of Elektrostal and discover what makes this city a true gem in the heart of Russia.

Key Takeaways:

  • Elektrostal, known as the “Motor City of Russia,” is a vibrant and growing city with a rich industrial history, offering diverse cultural experiences and a strong commitment to environmental sustainability.
  • With its convenient location near Moscow, Elektrostal provides a picturesque landscape, vibrant nightlife, and a range of recreational activities, making it an ideal destination for residents and visitors alike.

Known as the “Motor City of Russia.”

Elektrostal, a city located in the Moscow Oblast region of Russia, earned the nickname “Motor City” due to its significant involvement in the automotive industry.

Home to the Elektrostal Metallurgical Plant.

Elektrostal is renowned for its metallurgical plant, which has been producing high-quality steel and alloys since its establishment in 1916.

Boasts a rich industrial heritage.

Elektrostal has a long history of industrial development, contributing to the growth and progress of the region.

Founded in 1916.

The city of Elektrostal was founded in 1916 as a result of the construction of the Elektrostal Metallurgical Plant.

Located approximately 50 kilometers east of Moscow.

Elektrostal is situated in close proximity to the Russian capital, making it easily accessible for both residents and visitors.

Known for its vibrant cultural scene.

Elektrostal is home to several cultural institutions, including museums, theaters, and art galleries that showcase the city’s rich artistic heritage.

A popular destination for nature lovers.

Surrounded by picturesque landscapes and forests, Elektrostal offers ample opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, and birdwatching.

Hosts the annual Elektrostal City Day celebrations.

Every year, Elektrostal organizes festive events and activities to celebrate its founding, bringing together residents and visitors in a spirit of unity and joy.

Has a population of approximately 160,000 people.

Elektrostal is home to a diverse and vibrant community of around 160,000 residents, contributing to its dynamic atmosphere.

Boasts excellent education facilities.

The city is known for its well-established educational institutions, providing quality education to students of all ages.

A center for scientific research and innovation.

Elektrostal serves as an important hub for scientific research, particularly in the fields of metallurgy , materials science, and engineering.

Surrounded by picturesque lakes.

The city is blessed with numerous beautiful lakes , offering scenic views and recreational opportunities for locals and visitors alike.

Well-connected transportation system.

Elektrostal benefits from an efficient transportation network, including highways, railways, and public transportation options, ensuring convenient travel within and beyond the city.

Famous for its traditional Russian cuisine.

Food enthusiasts can indulge in authentic Russian dishes at numerous restaurants and cafes scattered throughout Elektrostal.

Home to notable architectural landmarks.

Elektrostal boasts impressive architecture, including the Church of the Transfiguration of the Lord and the Elektrostal Palace of Culture.

Offers a wide range of recreational facilities.

Residents and visitors can enjoy various recreational activities, such as sports complexes, swimming pools, and fitness centers, enhancing the overall quality of life.

Provides a high standard of healthcare.

Elektrostal is equipped with modern medical facilities, ensuring residents have access to quality healthcare services.

Home to the Elektrostal History Museum.

The Elektrostal History Museum showcases the city’s fascinating past through exhibitions and displays.

A hub for sports enthusiasts.

Elektrostal is passionate about sports, with numerous stadiums, arenas, and sports clubs offering opportunities for athletes and spectators.

Celebrates diverse cultural festivals.

Throughout the year, Elektrostal hosts a variety of cultural festivals, celebrating different ethnicities, traditions, and art forms.

Electric power played a significant role in its early development.

Elektrostal owes its name and initial growth to the establishment of electric power stations and the utilization of electricity in the industrial sector.

Boasts a thriving economy.

The city’s strong industrial base, coupled with its strategic location near Moscow, has contributed to Elektrostal’s prosperous economic status.

Houses the Elektrostal Drama Theater.

The Elektrostal Drama Theater is a cultural centerpiece, attracting theater enthusiasts from far and wide.

Popular destination for winter sports.

Elektrostal’s proximity to ski resorts and winter sport facilities makes it a favorite destination for skiing, snowboarding, and other winter activities.

Promotes environmental sustainability.

Elektrostal prioritizes environmental protection and sustainability, implementing initiatives to reduce pollution and preserve natural resources.

Home to renowned educational institutions.

Elektrostal is known for its prestigious schools and universities, offering a wide range of academic programs to students.

Committed to cultural preservation.

The city values its cultural heritage and takes active steps to preserve and promote traditional customs, crafts, and arts.

Hosts an annual International Film Festival.

The Elektrostal International Film Festival attracts filmmakers and cinema enthusiasts from around the world, showcasing a diverse range of films.

Encourages entrepreneurship and innovation.

Elektrostal supports aspiring entrepreneurs and fosters a culture of innovation, providing opportunities for startups and business development .

Offers a range of housing options.

Elektrostal provides diverse housing options, including apartments, houses, and residential complexes, catering to different lifestyles and budgets.

Home to notable sports teams.

Elektrostal is proud of its sports legacy , with several successful sports teams competing at regional and national levels.

Boasts a vibrant nightlife scene.

Residents and visitors can enjoy a lively nightlife in Elektrostal, with numerous bars, clubs, and entertainment venues.

Promotes cultural exchange and international relations.

Elektrostal actively engages in international partnerships, cultural exchanges, and diplomatic collaborations to foster global connections.

Surrounded by beautiful nature reserves.

Nearby nature reserves, such as the Barybino Forest and Luchinskoye Lake, offer opportunities for nature enthusiasts to explore and appreciate the region’s biodiversity.

Commemorates historical events.

The city pays tribute to significant historical events through memorials, monuments, and exhibitions, ensuring the preservation of collective memory.

Promotes sports and youth development.

Elektrostal invests in sports infrastructure and programs to encourage youth participation, health, and physical fitness.

Hosts annual cultural and artistic festivals.

Throughout the year, Elektrostal celebrates its cultural diversity through festivals dedicated to music, dance, art, and theater.

Provides a picturesque landscape for photography enthusiasts.

The city’s scenic beauty, architectural landmarks, and natural surroundings make it a paradise for photographers.

Connects to Moscow via a direct train line.

The convenient train connection between Elektrostal and Moscow makes commuting between the two cities effortless.

A city with a bright future.

Elektrostal continues to grow and develop, aiming to become a model city in terms of infrastructure, sustainability, and quality of life for its residents.

In conclusion, Elektrostal is a fascinating city with a rich history and a vibrant present. From its origins as a center of steel production to its modern-day status as a hub for education and industry, Elektrostal has plenty to offer both residents and visitors. With its beautiful parks, cultural attractions, and proximity to Moscow, there is no shortage of things to see and do in this dynamic city. Whether you’re interested in exploring its historical landmarks, enjoying outdoor activities, or immersing yourself in the local culture, Elektrostal has something for everyone. So, next time you find yourself in the Moscow region, don’t miss the opportunity to discover the hidden gems of Elektrostal.

Q: What is the population of Elektrostal?

A: As of the latest data, the population of Elektrostal is approximately XXXX.

Q: How far is Elektrostal from Moscow?

A: Elektrostal is located approximately XX kilometers away from Moscow.

Q: Are there any famous landmarks in Elektrostal?

A: Yes, Elektrostal is home to several notable landmarks, including XXXX and XXXX.

Q: What industries are prominent in Elektrostal?

A: Elektrostal is known for its steel production industry and is also a center for engineering and manufacturing.

Q: Are there any universities or educational institutions in Elektrostal?

A: Yes, Elektrostal is home to XXXX University and several other educational institutions.

Q: What are some popular outdoor activities in Elektrostal?

A: Elektrostal offers several outdoor activities, such as hiking, cycling, and picnicking in its beautiful parks.

Q: Is Elektrostal well-connected in terms of transportation?

A: Yes, Elektrostal has good transportation links, including trains and buses, making it easily accessible from nearby cities.

Q: Are there any annual events or festivals in Elektrostal?

A: Yes, Elektrostal hosts various events and festivals throughout the year, including XXXX and XXXX.

Elektrostal's fascinating history, vibrant culture, and promising future make it a city worth exploring. For more captivating facts about cities around the world, discover the unique characteristics that define each city . Uncover the hidden gems of Moscow Oblast through our in-depth look at Kolomna. Lastly, dive into the rich industrial heritage of Teesside, a thriving industrial center with its own story to tell.

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First look: Bestevaer 36 – smallest ever model

  • Theo Stocker
  • November 3, 2023

The Bestevaer 36 bucks the trend for ever-bigger new yachts coming to market, but remains a perfect high-latitude and ocean crossing option

Product Overview

In a world in which yachts are constantly becoming larger, this Dutch brand is bucking the trend, with the smallest-ever model in its 20-year history. It’s intended to offer performance along with shoal draught and the ability to safely dry out on a beach.

These rugged aluminium pilothouse cruisers have always reflected what former professional skipper and renowned naval architect Gerard Dykstra wants in a boat of his own: a safe, comfortable, and good-looking yacht for unrestricted, short-handed sailing. It has been the perfect formula for a lifetime of ocean sailing, high-latitude work and solo racing.

The 36 follows in a similar spirit, but is also intended as a boat in which Dykstra can spend extended periods in the shallow waters, lakes and coastlines close to home that he has not previously had time to explore in detail.

Thick hull plating allows the boat to dry out, opening up new cruising areas

This vessel therefore needed to be a sufficiently compact yacht to easily fit in small harbours and marinas, with the ability to dry out. Yet it still retains all the distinctive features of the brand’s larger yachts, including aluminium construction, watertight fore and aft bulkheads, plumb bow, practical pilothouse and deep bulwarks.

The 2-tonne ballasted centreboard provides a generous 2.4m draught when lowered. This is combined with a big rig to give good sailing performance on all points of sail, including close-hauled and light airs. Yet the board retracts fully into the canoe body, reducing draught to only 0.7m and creating a flat surface on which to dry out safely on the hull’s thick bottom plating.

Like the larger Bestevaers, this boat was conceived at the outset to offer its crew plenty of protection. In addition to seats situated each side of the pilothouse, which has a 360˚ view, the coachroof extends over the cockpit, creating an extremely sheltered area. All lines are led aft for easy singlehanded operation. Generous beam helps to provide good form stability, as well as increasing accommodation volumes. The interior has a flexible semi-open plan layout, with three different style options on offer.

Much of the fit out is with recycled, sustainable and natural materials

The first boat, which will be the designer’s own, is being used as a case study for a transition towards more sustainable production processes at KM Yachtbuilders. For instance, 70% of the aluminium is recycled, as is the insulation, while environmentally friendly and largely recycled materials are used for the interior. It has a 15kW OceanVolt electric drive with sufficient battery capacity for four hours of autonomy. This is supplemented with regeneration and a large solar panel array on the pilothouse roof.

A couple of interesting options are offered for sail plans, including a 95% jib on a Hoyt boom, which makes for an enticing combination of very easy handling and excellent sail shape on all points of sail.

To help make up for loss of headsail area a square-top mainsail with 14% more area than the standard pinhead version can be specified. The standard specification has a very high level of equipment, including the solar panels, electric propulsion package, antifouling wrap, a traditional-style floor made of thermally modified European timber, with heating provided by a Dickinson Alaska diesel heater.

Bestevaer 36 specifications

LOA: 10.95m 35ft 11in LWL: 10.65m (34ft 11in) Beam: 3.80m 12ft 6in Draught: 0.7m-2.4m 2ft 4in-7ft 11in Displacement: 7,800kg 17,200lb Price (base): €546,000 ex VAT Contact: www.bestevaer.com

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Bestevaer 36 review: Start exploring closer to home

  • Rupert Holmes
  • May 31, 2024

After two decades of high latitude adventure on a 53ft sloop of his own design, renowned naval architect Gerard Dykstra created Bestevaer 36 their smallest ever boat for exploring closer to home

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With renowned designer Gerard Dykstra approaching 80 years old, he was looking for a boat for himself that would fit a somewhat different use to his previous yachts. Yet at the same time he still wanted to include many of the features from those vessels over the years.

Given Dykstra’s background, with successful projects including the rebuild of the J Class Endeavour for Elizabeth Meyer and the innovative Dynarig of the 88m superyacht Maltese Falcon , it was clear at the outset that the Bestevaer 36 was destined to be a different class to other yachts of this length.

The designer’s own brief was different to that of any of the previous models in the well known Bestevaer line. Firstly the boat had to be small enough for easy coastal cruising, especially given the Netherlands’ myriad of small harbours and marinas that are out of reach for larger vessels. Secondly, it had to be able to dry out at low water when exploring areas such as the Frisian Islands.

Dykstra also wanted to retain core features that have become key Bestevaer trademarks. These most obviously include the rugged aluminium construction and enclosed pilothouse, but also encompass many smaller, yet important, details learned from hundreds of thousands of miles sailed in challenging conditions.

Our test boat is jointly owned by Dykstra and KM Yachtbuilders, the long-standing builder of the Bestevaer range. In addition to use by the designer and his family, it also serves as a test bed for new technologies, particularly in the sphere of sustainability, that can subsequently be rolled out across other models in the range.

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Photo: Bertel Kolthof/K&M Yachtbuilders

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Displacement is 8.8 tonnes, making this a heavy 36-footer, yet it’s a relatively narrow boat by today’s standards, especially on the waterline, which means it goes upwind surprisingly well. As a result it has a more all round performance profile than might be expected, while also promising a level of comfort in heavy weather that’s rarely associated with boats of this size.

My first sail on the Bestevaer 36 was in light airs that never exceeded 7.5 knots of true wind speed. Yet close-hauled we made 3.5 knots at a true wind angle just wide of 60°, although that figure dropped to 2.5 knots when the breeze eased to 6 knots. In such light airs the electric propulsion system fitted to the test boat can be used to provide a gentle silent push that significantly increases speed while consuming remarkably little power.

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We also had a Code 55 gennaker set on roller furling gear. Unlike Code 0s dimensioned for racing yachts, this can be left hoisted without fear of it unfurling of its own accord in normal conditions, making for very easy sail handling, though at only 50m2 its area is rather modest. Nevertheless in light airs we made 4 to 4.5 knots of boat speed with this, with the true wind just aft of the beam.

The following day served up 8-11 knots with occasional stronger puffs, in which the boat made 5 knots to windward, tacking through marginally less than 100°. Unlike many heavy displacement shallow draught vessels the helm feels direct, with positive feedback, making it a joy to sail.

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‘The helm feels direct, with positive feedback’. Photo: Bertel Kolthof/K&M Yachtbuilders

With the Code 55 set, fully powered up in 11 knots of breeze just forward of the beam, and the apparent therefore well forward, we made an easy and consistent 6-7 knots, with the boat feeling rock solid, even in gusts.

Performance is undoubtedly enhanced by the deep 2,000kg hydraulically lifting centreboard that gives a 2.4m draught when lowered. It has an efficient aerofoil section and is filled with lead to maximise righting moment.

There’s an easily replaced fuse to protect the system in the event of grounding, as well as a manual backup system. It can also be locked down when offshore to retain maximum righting moment even in the extreme situation of the boat being inverted by a rogue wave. It’s undoubtedly an expensive setup, but as with many other aspects of this boat it represents money well spent.

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Capacious lazarette. Photo: Ludovic Fruchaud/imacis.fr/EYOTY

Shoal attraction

With the centreboard raised the boat floats in only 0.7m of water and the lifting rudder has enough immersed area when raised to allow some manoeuvrability in very shallow water. The hull dries out with the skeg and rudder clear of the bottom when on solid ground, though the aluminium part of the rudder is engineered to be weight bearing when dried out on an uneven bottom.

It’s an ideal arrangement for many parts of coastal European waters, including the north of Holland, and the myriad of little used small creeks and estuaries on the UK’s south and east coasts where you can get away from the crowds even at the height of summer.

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transom gate lowers to provide boarding steps. Rudder provides manoeuvrability even when raised. Photo: Ludovic Fruchaud/imacis.fr/EYOTY

Equally it’s ideal for potentially more exposed locations such as the Isles of Scilly and the North Brittany coast, where the ability to dry out safely over low water adds a completely different dimension to a cruising itinerary. Nevertheless, this is a boat capable of crossing oceans and is engineered for strength and reliability in every respect.

We sailed with a conventional 105% roller furling jib, but there’s also an option for a 95% jib with a self tacking Hoyt boom, which can make for an ideal setup for sailing in confined waters: when the sheet is eased on a reach the leech doesn’t twist off at the top, so the sail retains an efficient shape. Our test boat also had a staysail set on a flying furling system.

Both pinhead and square top options are offered for the mainsail, with our test boat having the 13% larger sail area of the latter. A very deep third reef obviates the need for a trysail and both boom and gooseneck are specced for permanently rigged mid-boom gybe preventers that offer safe and easy operation.

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Starboard locker also houses the range extending generator. Photo: Ludovic Fruchaud/imacis.fr/EYOTY

Unusually for a yacht of this size, big-boat style Antal jammers are used instead of clutches. This allows them to be neatly recessed each side of the cockpit. A side benefit is that they’re also kinder to the rope cover, yet in a practical sense there’s very little extra complication in use.

Running backstays are needed when flying the staysail and for boats with square top mainsails once the breeze reaches Force 4. However, the leech of the square top main clears the runners with the first reef tucked in, so in stronger conditions they can be left permanently taut.

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The Elvstrom Ekko sails of our test boat are made from recycled polyester. Photo: Bertel Kolthof/K&M Yachtbuilders

Practicalities abound

The non-slip pattern is sandblasted into the deck and therefore lasts forever, without ever needing to be repainted – a very sustainable option and one that minimises long-term maintenance.

On deck stowage includes a very large cockpit locker to starboard, in which the optional range extending diesel generator is located, integrated provision for a liferaft and a small foredeck locker. The double quarter berth area to port can also be accessed from above, for additional stowage or for improved ventilation in port.

Neat touches include big rope storage caves in the cockpit coamings, the fender board that doubles as a seat across the aft end of the cockpit, and a well designed washboard system. It’s perhaps no surprise, given the history of the Bestevaer line, that anchoring and mooring arrangements are excellent, including a substantial double anchor roller.

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Looking into the accommodation from the pilothouse. Photo: Guy Fleury/K&M Yachtbuilders

The pilothouse is the star attraction in terms of accommodation and a feature that makes this boat stand out in the sub-45ft size range. A raised seat each side, both with an almost all round view makes this a prime spot whether in port or for watchkeeping in inclement weather at sea. The coachroof extends aft over the foward 40cm of the cockpit, giving some protection to the front of the side benches, but stops short of providing enough cover to allow for sail trimming in the dry.

Ahead of the pilothouse, down a few easy steps, is a surprisingly spacious open plan interior, with a big almost rectangular double berth forward of the main bulkhead, and a wide standing area behind it, curtained off from the rest of the saloon. This loft style interior layout without separate cabins certainly gives a greater feeling of space and light than dividing a boat with this internal volume up into separate and distinct sections. The interior is therefore an appealing space, despite the boat’s modest dimensions and the unavoidable bulk of the centreboard case.

There are lots of stowage spaces, both for smaller items and for larger objects, including good stowage around the forward sleeping area. This is arranged in full length cabinets each side, plus a pair of large drawers under the aft end of the 170cm wide bed.

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Open plan accommodation is arranged around an almost 6ft long central table that houses the centreboard case and hydraulics. Photo: Guy Fleury/K&M Yachtbuilders

Unlike the larger Bestevaers, which can be fitted out with semi-custom layouts, the arrangement of the 36 is more rigid, but three interior styles give owners a degree of flexibility without the extra cost of a semi-custom yacht.

Our test boat’s classic interior style has substantial joinery with an oiled oak finish offset by plenty of white surfaces. A pair of circular hull ports each side help contribute to natural light, while three overhead opening hatches also help provide good ventilation. There are also substantial deep fiddles and well placed vertical grab posts throughout.

Unlike many yachts, there’s an opening port above the two burner gimballed induction hob and electric oven. The galley also has a fridge drawer under the head of the quarter berth, a good sized work surface, plus a surprising amount of usable stowage volume, with even space in the bilge put to good use in this respect.

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Two raised seats in the pilothouse give an all round view enabling watch keeping from a fully secure, dry and warm position. Photo: Ludovic Fruchaud/imacis.fr

The aft end of the saloon has space for a classic style diesel or solid fuel heater. There’s also a big dry storage locker under the starboard pilothouse seat, with ample space for foul weather gear. At the foot of the companionway on the starboard side is a combined heads and shower compartment. This is compact by today’s standards, but is well finished and is a practical use of the space.

Perhaps the biggest downside is the lack of a second full-size double berth, although there’s a small double quarter berth aft of the galley. The pilothouse seat above it flips up to increase clearance overhead and facilitate access when the berth is in use.

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No need for gas – there’s a gimballed induction hob and electric oven in the compact galley. Photo: Ludovic Fruchaud/imacis.fr

Best ever for sustainability

Historically Bestevaers have predominately been sold to owners in Nordic countries who plan to cruise in high latitudes, so insulation of the hull and deck is important. In place of the polyurethane employed for earlier boats, the 36 has a 4mm layer of cork spray, applied directly to the metalwork, plus almost 50mm of mineral wool.

Insulation extends over the frames to eliminate cold bridges on which condensation would otherwise readily form and is protected from bilge water.

Hull construction is as robust as the rugged looks suggest, including 15mm bottom plates around the keel, a mix of 8mm and 6mm plating for the rest of the hull, plus 5mm for the majority of the deck, with the exception of the pilothouse, which is 6mm. There’s a watertight bulkhead right forward and a full bulkhead at the front of the cockpit that wraps around the quarter berth.

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Main double berth features plenty of stowage and is separated from the saloon by curtains. Photo: Guy Fleury/K&M Yachtbuilders

The boat is currently built of 63% recycled aluminium, a figure that would be higher if the thicker plating at the bottom of the hull was also available as recycled material. The choice of aluminium spars was deliberate given the lower level of energy needed to fabricate them compared to carbon spars. It’s also a fully circular material and can eventually be recycled.

Attention to detail extends even to pockets recessed into the hull for the anodes, giving an almost flush profile. As well as improving hydrodynamic efficiency this also gives the anodes some protection from damage when the boat is dried out over low water.

The test boat is fitted with an Oceanvolt ServoProp 15 electric propulsion system, with a 29kW battery bank that gives seven hours of autonomy at a boat speed of around 4.5-5 knots in calm conditions. There’s a lower priced option with a 14kW battery bank, and the genset can be replaced by a larger 43kW battery bank.

The combined efficiency of the propulsion system and the optional 5kVA Fischer Panda diesel generator is such that the 430lt fuel tank is sufficient for around 72 hours of motoring at 4.5-5 knots, giving a range of 270-300 miles in flat water, allowing for 20% reserve. And that’s without factoring in regeneration while sailing, or solar input.

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Small double quarter berth is situated aft of the galley. Photo: Guy Fleury/K&M Yachtbuilders

Freshwater tankage of only 150lt may at first sight appear rather small but the way the test boat was set up with hydrogeneration, ample solar panels and the 5kW generator, and given the fuel tank size, a watermaker could easily produce masses of freshwater without the need to refuel for months.

The builders estimate a 50% carbon saving compared to a conventionally built and equipped vessel, based on 60 days use annually and a 50-year lifespan. And they reckon there’s potential to make a further very substantial saving, but that will depend on external factors such as recycled aluminium becoming available in thicker sheets.

LOA: 11.9m / 39ft 0in Hull length: 10.95m / 36ft 0in LWL: 10.66m / 35ft 0in Beam: 3.80m / 12ft 6in Draught: 0.7-2.4m / 2ft 4-7ft 11in Displacement (light): 7,800kg / 17,200lb Ballast: 2,000kg / 4,410lb Pinhead mainsail: 37m2 / 398ft2 Square top mainsail: 42m2 / 452ft2 95% jib for Hoyt boom: 23m2 / 247ft2 105% genoa: 28m2 / 301ft2 Staysail: 13m2 / 140ft2 Code 55: 50m2 / 538ft2 Diesel tank: 130lt / 28.6gal Freshwater tankage: 150lt / 33gal Price as tested: €770,000 ex VAT Builder: bestevaer.com

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The combination of Dykstra’s vision and experience, along with KM Yachtbuilders reputation among the world’s most experienced voyagers, including Skip Novak who chose the yard for his Pelagic 77 Vinson of Antarctica, was destined to create a stand out vessel of this size. The notes from my final day on board say: ‘A lovely, very well thought out and executed boat for a niche purpose and market. I can absolutely see the point of it, but you’d need deep pockets to justify the cost.’ While the Bestevaer 36 is unquestionably expensive for a boat of this size, KMY is acutely aware of the need to be able to justify, demonstrate and explain where the cost is incurred. Their confidence in being able to do so has resulted in a fantastically rugged yacht for a couple and occasional guests to sail anywhere in northern or western Europe, or indeed further afield. The solid quality build helps give the feel of a larger, substantial and very serious vessel. The designer’s and builder’s long-term outlook also means this is a vessel that will look as good in 20-25 years as it does when it leaves the builder’s yard.

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Bestevaer 36

"Our new Bestevaer 36 was custom-built for naval architect Gerry Dykstra. It's our most compact, most sustainable, most agile go-anywhere yacht for go-anywhere people." – KM Yachtbuilders

The European Yacht of the Year 2024 nominated  Bestevaer 36 yacht, designed for the legendary sailor and original architect of the Bestevaer series, Gerard Dijkstra, is tailored for exploration in shallow waters—a realm untouched by his earlier voyages. With a vision to moor in smaller marinas and the ability to gracefully navigate the stunning Wadden Sea, Gerard aspired for a yacht capable of drying out.

Technology used in the electric Bestevaer 36 sailboat:

  • Boatbuilder: KM Yachtbuilders
  • Designer: Dykstra Naval Architects
  • Installation year: 2023
  • LOA: 10.95 m
  • Boat beam: 3.80 m
  • Displacement (light): 8800 kg
  • Electric motor system: Oceanvolt ServoProp 15 electric saildrive motor
  • Electric motor system nominal power: 15kW
  • Electric motor system voltage: 48 V
  • Batteries: 14,4kWh lithium battery pack
  • Generator: 6kW DC generator

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Bestevaer 36 - miniature aluminum cruiser

The Bestevaer 36 is a compact aluminum cruiser that will soon be launched. The first details about the boat from Interparus.

Besteaver's smallest yacht

Many shipyards increase the dimensions of their cruise models with each new model. The Bestevaer shipyard covers a segment of the market that loves smaller sailboats than 15-meter beauties. 

The new model Bestevaer 36 was designed by Gerard Dijkstra, one of the most famous naval architects. In addition, the new Bestevaer 36 is the shipyard's smallest yacht in 20 years.

Gerard relied on the following principles when designing a yacht:

- the design should not be catchy, but cute;

- safety and convenience above all;

– unlimited possibilities for cruising alone or with a very small crew.

Thanks to its compact dimensions, the Bestevaer 36 is capable of not only feeling good in high latitudes, but also in shallow waters and lakes. As Dijkstra himself says: “The Bestevaer 36 is a small yacht with perfect handling. This is a very versatile boat. It's easy to travel around the world, but it's also perfect for exploring the local wetlands.”

Chips of the yacht Bestevaer 36

If Dijkstra had collaborated with another brand, we would hardly have seen a 10-meter aluminum cruiser. Bestevaer is famous for the use of aluminum in its boats, which has become the hallmark of the shipyard. 

The Bestevaer 36 has a 2 ton lifting centerboard which provides extra stability. In the raised state, the centerboard reduces the draft to 0.7 m, which makes the boat almost all-terrain.

All sail controls are brought to the cockpit, which also simplifies the management of the yacht. The interior can be decorated at the request of the owner, and there are as many as three layout options to choose from. 

Also, the owner can order a grotto with a square top. It comes standard with a regular mainsail with a 95% jib. 

Ecological solutions and the first building

Due to the use of aluminum in the construction of the yacht, the shipyard immediately had a question regarding recycling. Thus, the Bestevaer 36 70% has an aluminum body, as well as an interior finish that can be recycled. 

Also on board is a 15 kW OceanVolt electric motor and 4 hours of battery life.

So far, the first hull is at the stage of fine-tuning and preparation for launching. More video and photo materials can be seen a little later, after the official premiere. 

Reviewers, however, have already given their assessment of the new yacht. According to them, the Bestevaer 36 is perfect for solo yachtsmen or a couple of friends who want to leave civilization for a while. For family yachtsmen, “the yacht may seem too austere”.

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Bestevaer 36 : First pictures of the compact aluminium explorer from the Netherlands

Alexander Worms

 ·  29.09.2023

The small Bestevaer is also true to the line: an Explorer with doghouse, portholes and vertical ends

A few years ago, YACHT visited Gerard Dykstra, the master designer who helped kiss the J-Class awake and was responsible for some spectacular new builds, on board his 53-foot aluminium yacht. The portrait of the friendly but stubborn older gentleman also turned into a detailed description of his, the very first, Bestevaer. The explorer had no refrigerator because it was an unnecessary luxury and the owner was planning to sail in the high latitudes anyway. The navigator's seat and table hung on a hinge so that you always sat upright on watch. This and a thousand other details showed that Dykstra had put a lot of thought into his ship.

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Explorer with centreboard and comfort

It's exactly the same on board the 36: there are plenty of nice little things that make the boat easier to use, faster or more comfortable. There is a fridge. Dykstra himself doesn't want to talk about it, his wife is happy to have a cool gin and tonic.

Just as important: the little one sails well. The centreboard weighs 2.6 tonnes and ensures stability. Only 70 centimetres of draught remain when fully folded in. This allows the boat to fall dry on its belly and the heel under the saildrive. With the centreboard fully lowered, the Bestevaer goes 2.40 metres deep. The Explorer sails quite well with very little pressure. This only comes when 15 knots of wind and the Code Zero meet later in the YACHT test. Then it can reach just under eight knots. You need the fathead size, because otherwise there is a noticeable lack of six square metres of surface area. The back stays that are then required are no longer a problem as soon as the main is in the first reef. From a sailing point of view, the Bestevaer handles all this with ease.

Open foredeck and dog bunk

Down below, a large, open space awaits with a very large double berth behind a curtain in the foredeck. This is not a problem, says Dykstra, as the small Explorer is actually only designed for two people anyway. A third person can sleep in the dog bunk, which is located behind the very seaworthy galley. Other guests would have to sleep on the saloon berths. However, these are only 1.90 metres long. This in turn fits in with the 1.85 metres of headroom that remained after the typical Bestevaer lines were reduced to just under eleven metres in overall length. The wet room is also not lavish, but it works. If you do without the second seat in the doghouse and the oil locker underneath, you get more space and a shower room.

The Bestevaer costs from 565,000 euros. With some sensible equipment, it quickly becomes more than 600,000 euros. With sustainability options such as Oceanvolt E-drive and recycled sails, it can even be a seven in the front. You have to really appreciate the manoeuvrability and overall concept of the small explorer yacht. Which a sufficient number of customers should be able to do.

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Together with Dykstra Naval Architects we are on a journey to develop the smallest Bestevaer yet. A yacht for legendary sailor and the original designer of the Bestevaer series Gerard Dijkstra to explore the waters he never got to explore before: shallow waters. A yacht that would allow him to moor in smaller marinas. Also, with the gorgeous Wadden Sea nearby, he wanted a yacht that was able to dry out. That yacht is currently in development: the Bestevaer 36 S/Y.

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Bestevaer yachts combine high performance with gorgeous functional design. Able to withstand the world’s toughest conditions, it’s no wonder that the Bestevaer has become the boat of choice for explorers, scientists, and adventurers of all kinds.

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When Gerard Dijkstra set out to design his own dream yacht, he had a crystal clear vision: a yacht offering excellent performance, even in the toughest of conditions. A yacht that he could comfortably sail single-handedly. A strong yacht. And: a gorgeous yacht. That yacht was the very first Bestevaer.. The BV 36 S/Y will be everything you expect from a Bestevaer: high performance, strength ...

The pictures from the Bestevaer 36 test - ease of use, self-sufficiency and reliability are the boat's outstanding features Does the concept of the aluminium go-anywhere cruiser also work on 36 feet? Bestevaer's designer and owner of the number 1 Gerard Dykstra is certain that it can be realised.

The European Yacht of the Year 2024 nominated Bestevaer 36 yacht, designed for the legendary sailor and original architect of the Bestevaer series, Gerard Dijkstra, is tailored for exploration in shallow waters—a realm untouched by his earlier voyages. With a vision to moor in smaller marinas and the ability to gracefully navigate the ...

The Bestevaer 36 S/Y is produced by the brand Bestevaer Yachts since 2023. Bestevaer 36 S/Y is a 10.95 meters aluminium sailing yacht with 2 guest cabins and a draft of 2.40 meters. ... sea trials and test drives of the Bestevaer 36 S/Y sailing yacht from the manufacturer and independent yachting experts. Convinced the Bestevaer 36 S/Y is for ...

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Ganz eingeklappt bleiben nur 70 Zentimeter Tiefgang. Damit kann das Boot auf dem Bauch und der Hacke unter dem Saildrive trockenfallen. Ganz das Schwert abgefiert, geht die Bestevaer 2,40 Meter tief. Der Explorer segelt ganz ordentlich mit sehr wenig Druck. Der kommt erst, als im YACHT-Test später 15 Knoten Wind und der Code Zero ...

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The Bestevaer 36 has a 2 ton lifting centerboard which provides extra stability. In the raised state, the centerboard reduces the draft to 0.7 m, which makes the boat almost all-terrain. All sail controls are brought to the cockpit, which also simplifies the management of the yacht. The interior can be decorated at the request of the owner, and ...

That yacht is currently in development in close collaboration with our shipyard. It is the Bestevaer 36 S/Y. Introducing the Bestevaer 36 S/Y. Compact size, big attitude. The perfect yacht to be sailing single or double-handed, dry out on the Wadden Sea, or for those looking to downsize. The BV 36 will be everything you expect from a Bestevaer ...

My #rst sail on the Bestevaer 36 was in light airs that never exceeded 7.5 knots of true wind speed. Yet close-hauled we made 3.5 knots at a true wind angle just wide of 60°, although that #gure dropped to 2.5 knots when the breeze eased to 6 knots. In such light airs the electric propulsion system #tted to the test boat can be used to

The Bestevaer 36 S/Y is equipped with a two-reef rig from Seldén with rod shrouds. A special feature is the so-called Hoyt boom on the foredeck, which can be used to unfurl the jib on long downwind stretches. The fixed dodger above the companionway is standard and offers good protection against wind and overcoming water when underway.

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This allows the boat to fall dry on its belly and the heel under the saildrive. With the centreboard fully lowered, the Bestevaer goes 2.40 metres deep. The Explorer sails quite well with very little pressure. This only comes when 15 knots of wind and the Code Zero meet later in the YACHT test. Then it can reach just under eight knots.

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