Sale Yachts Fleurtie


Desiqned by Robert Clark, Fleurtie was built in 1960 at De Vries Lentsch in Holland.

Designed by Robert Clark, Fleurtje was built in 1960 at De Vries Lentsch in Holland. Continuously maintained to Lloyd's class (with this year's survey recently completed), her steel hull and aluminium superstructure has been totally repainted and much of the mechanical and sailing gear upgraded or replaced.

Fleurtje is in the finest condition of her life and Gerald Dijkstra's enhancements have optimised performance, giving considerable handling improvements and a speed of 17 knots. Built to sail the oceans, Fleurtje is easily capable of a circumnavigation. Largely self-sufficient, repairs and minor refits can even be completed on board.

The main and dining saloons have oak cross-beamed ceilings, gleaming brass and solid-oak panelling, creating an atmosphere of polished elegance.

Guest cabins include a master, two doubles, one twin and two singles, all with en-suite bathrooms that have a full bath, marble walls and basin tops, gold-plated fittings and teak decking. Single cabins also have Pullman bunks. Classic in style, Fleurtje is the only important three masted schooner currently available for sale.

De Vries Lentsch, 1960/2005, 56.99m/187', 12 guests, €15m