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Old 15-08-2010, 11:24   #1
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ID on a Boat I Saw in Scheveningen (Netherlands) Last Summer

Anyone know what brand of the boat in the pics?

Like it very much...
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Old 15-08-2010, 11:43   #2
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It might be in their blog

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Of course it would be easier if you can read dutch, the translation leaves a lot to be desired...
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Probably built here

http://www.atlanticyachts.nl/beheer/...rochure_en.pdf

At least she was likely built in Harlingen.
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Atlantic 43HK in Scheveningen

Hi, the boat in the pictures is an Atlantic 43HK.
Aluminum, built in the Netherlands.
I met this family when they did an Atlantic tour last year.
When you're interested take a look at the Atlantic website.

Atlantic

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Of course it would be easier if you can read dutch, the translation leaves a lot to be desired...
Atlantic

Thanks, how did you found this blog?

It must be a atlantic 43 HK or....

haha.... took to long time for me to write this...so the answer is above...thanks.
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FWIW, I've been in email correspondence with a few aluminum boat builders in Europe....Atlantic has been the most prompt and helpful, I'm still waiting on a reply from two emails sent to (dealer in UK, and factory in France) of another aluminum 'high latitude' boat....not good, I guess they don't really want to build boats.
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FWIW, I've been in email correspondence with a few aluminum boat builders in Europe....Atlantic has been the most prompt and helpful, I'm still waiting on a reply from two emails sent to (dealer in UK, and factory in France) of another aluminum 'high latitude' boat....not good, I guess they don't really want to build boats.
Which brand is more interesting if you want a aluminium boat, and lifting keel?? And how big do you look at?

Allures or Alubat? or something else...
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Which brand is more interesting if you want a aluminium boat, and lifting keel?? And how big do you look at?

Allures or Alubat? or something else...
We're looking at all sorts of options including a semi-custom boat, in the 50' range (maybe a bit more, not much less). Specifically an aluminum boat though, Cutter rigged, and with enough fuel tankage for say 1000nm as a figure of merit.

And the purists may scoff, but we also want all the luxuries: My wife and I have done enough cruising on small, ill-equipped boats in our lives and now we'd like it to be like home.
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Have you looked at Kanter? They have a couple of Dieter Empacher designs I like a lot.

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Have you looked at Kanter? They have a couple of Dieter Empacher designs I like a lot.

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No, thanks. My In-laws live in London, ON so next time we're there we may go over and check them out.

However, if you have any influence with them you migh suggest they get rid of that Flash website of theirs, with light blue text on a white background and get some professional help. Thats just clueless.....
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However, if you have any influence with them you migh suggest they get rid of that Flash website of theirs, with light blue text on a white background and get some professional help. Thats just clueless.....
Sort of like the new CF look...Yep agreed...
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Why not go for a catamaran and see the water from the dinning table. If you dont like the catamarans, donīt look at the masterbedroom in a privilege 445/495 with three bedrooms. And dont look at the navigationplace on most of the multis. If you like to be in the rain dont look at the catamarans with hard bimi...

But if you still want a mono, and if it is aluminium and lifting keel you want.
Take a look at a Alubat... all modells.
Not aluminium, but lifting keel Southerly
ETAP - Unsinkable Sailing Pleasure 48ds is a nice yacht.

Tell us little more what you want....
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I don't have any influence with the Kanter boat yard and I have (several years ago) told them what an awful website they have. Then they changed to this...

But from everything I hear and read from trusted sources they build beautiful boats and I like the designs they have built. Designs from some of the best known Naval Architects in the business. At least on this side of the pond.
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Why not go for a catamaran and see the water from the dinning table. If you dont like the catamarans, donīt look at the masterbedroom in a privilege 445/495 with three bedrooms. And dont look at the navigationplace on most of the multis. If you like to be in the rain dont look at the catamarans with hard bimi...

But if you still want a mono, and if it is aluminium and lifting keel you want.
Take a look at a Alubat... all modells.
Not aluminium, but lifting keel Southerly
ETAP - Unsinkable Sailing Pleasure 48ds is a nice yacht.

Tell us little more what you want....
Alubat/Ovni isn't answering their emails.

And I think I'd rather have a less critically stable boat in high lats.
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