105′ expedition M.Y. “Tradewind”

The TRADEWIND project is based on the sturdy, yet elegant classic lines of a restored Herring Lugger. The vessel SCH 468 was commissioned as a sailing vessel in 1911 for herring fishing in the North Sea.

Later she was converted from sail to steam and later again diesel engines were fitted to catch up with the “modern times”. More recently she was converted to a sailing charter vessel and was decommissioned as such in 2010.

During her time, the vessel circumnavigated the globe several times and has proven to be a very seaworthy vessel. The vessel originally measured 26.80 m. and had a beam of 6.70 m. which allowed perfectly for a 5 mtr. extension, creating an elegant hull of 31.80 m. LOA with lot’s of volume and space.

The Hoek Design team created some very nice plans for conversion of this vessel into a stylish classic motor yacht,.

The layout is based on the current watertight bulkhead arrangement and offers three levels of glorious accommodation.The attached plans give you a preview of one of the possibilities with this yacht. The galley could also be in the crew area on the lower deck, other layouts are possible as well.

We are pleased to present this project to you and discus this with you in detail.

For more information contact us at the below numbers

Specifications

Type
Motor Yacht
Naval Architect
Hoek Design Naval Architects
Interior Design
Hoek Design Naval Architects
Shipyard
T.B.D
Year
1911
Flag
T.b.d
LOA
31.80 m
Beam
6.70
Hull material
Steel
Engine
t.b.d
Location
Netherlands
T.B.D