Dutch Motor Yacht "Griffioen" at the Sail In parade from IJmuiden to Amsterdam (North Sea Canal), Sail Amsterdam 2010 (Holland)
Custom-built in 2006, this displacement yacht is made for long distance cruising, with carbon folding masts that allow her to pass under bridges on inland waterways. Griffioen was designed by Willem de Vries Lentsch and her Dutch builders Bloemsma & Van Breemen Shipyard used all-aluminium construction for a durable, versatile motor yacht. She offers accommodation for six guests in three comfortable staterooms including a master suite, double and twin staterooms. She is also capable of carrying up to four crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
The modern-classic style of her timeless interior living area was designed by Felix Buytendijk Yacht Design and is enhanced by beautiful teak wood running throughout and light fabrics and furnishings. Griffioen has a single Kelvin engine coupled to a Hundested controllable pitch propeller
to increase efficiency, but also benefits from bow and stern thrusters and zero-speed stabilisers.
Her technical specifications enable a Trans-Pacific range of 5500 nautical miles at 10 knots.