€ 785,000

MARE-N Yacht for Sale

63' (19.3m)
Asking Price
€ 785,000

Not for sale or charter to U.S. residents while in U.S. waters.

Mare-n is a steel displacement motoryacht and her design is based on the famous seagoing Dutch tugboats as
built in the last century. She is designed for global cruising: inland waterways (including the French canals),
rivers, the Great Lakes, the Mediterranean or the Baltic, or any of the oceans for that matter (transatlantic
range!). She would also be perfectly suited to live aboard.
Designed by Vripack founder Dick Boon and the Vripack design team for his personal use, this is the perfect
opportunity to acquire a vessel with outstanding pedigree. Incorporating all Dick's experience she truly is a goanywhere


Model 1900 Classic
Length (LOA) 63' (19.3m)
Year 2002
Draft 6' (1.53m)
Beam 16' (5.05m)
Range 5,000 NM
Location Turkey


Staterooms 3
Sleeps 6
Heads 2

Dimensions & Capacity

LOA 63' (19.3m)
LWL 58' (17.62m)
Min Draft 5' (1.43m)
Max Draft 6' (1.53m)
Fuel Tank 3,117 g (11,800 L)
Fresh Water 1,321 g (5,000 L)
Holding Tank 291 g (1,100 L)
Displacement 65,000


Hull Material Steel
Hull Config Full Displacement
Ext. Designer Dick Boon Vripack
Int. Designer Vripack
Cruising Speed 7 Knots
Range 5,000 NM
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Full Details


“Mare-N” is a steel displacement motor yacht with a hull length of 19m30 designed by Dick Boon and the design team of Vripack Yachting International Naval Architects, Sneek - Holland. Her hull is based on the famous seagoing Dutch tugboats as built in the 30th of the last century but with more beam and less draft. She is designed to cruise in the Mediterranean waters but also to pass the French canals.

The masts can be lowered and the upper part of the funnel, which contains the radar and D-GPS antennas, can be dismantled and placed on the boat deck. Also the davits for the wooden dinghy can be dismantled. With everything down the height of the full loaded ship is limited to 3m40. The yacht is built at the shipyard Rein van
de Berg in Lemmer - Holland and was launched in May 2002. In 2003 she sailed through the French canals to Turkey.
Her dimensions are: length hull 19m30, length waterline 17m62, beam moulded 4m90, beam overall 5m05, minimum draft 1m43, maximum draft 1m53, displacement 65 m3. Classification CE-A.
Cruising speed at 1.500 rpm is ca 7.8 knots. Fuel consumption 16 l/hr. Maximum speed ca 9 knots at 80% load.
The hull, deck saloon, fore cabin and the lower part of the wheelhouse are built of steel 42 according CE rules. The walls of the upper part of the wheelhouse are laminated wood (15 mm solid teak outside, 20 mm plywood in the middle and 15 mm solid mahogany inside). The wheelhouse roof is laminated layers of plywood covered
with fibreglass.


Classic stained mahogany interior, solid mahogany panelling surrounding white washable vinyl panels. Overhead with white painted panels and mahogany deck beams. Polished brass hardware.
Lay-out starting forward:
Owner’s cabin with a double bed of 2m00 x 1m60, plenty cupboards and wardrobes.Bed will lift to reach an additional large storage space.
Owner’s bathroom with marble counter with two wash basins, classic faucets, small side locker on top, cupboards under, heated marble floor, electric toilet, separate marble shower stall. Built-in washer and dryer.
Guests’ bathroom with marble counter with one wash basin with classic faucet, cupboards under, heated marble floor, electric toilet and shower with curtain.
Guest cabin portside with two berths of 2m00 x 0m80 and a night stand in between. Drawers under berths. Wardrobe on outside wall.
Guest cabin starboard side with upper- and lower berth of 1m90 x 0m75 and a wardrobe.
Passage between bathrooms and guests’ cabins with stairs to deck saloon. Corner cabinet for life jackets, builtin freezer and lockers.
Deck saloon with an open galley with marble counter on portside, stainless steel sink, sliding table, under and over cupboards, built-in household appliances and marble floor.
On starboard side stairs up to wheelhouse and down to quarters.
On portside aft a large settee (one bench of 1m95 x 0m75 and one bench 1m80 x 0m75) with leather cushions and storage space below. Fixed mounted coffee table with cupboards under and one classic armchair with leather cushion. Table with cupboard in corner with book case on top. Opposite a large desk with cupboards
under and a classic chair with leather cushion. Space for A1 plotter, computer, printer, screen etc. Complete with carpet and curtains. Door to hallway with hatch to engine room. Door to aft deck.
The wheelhouse is situated above the guest quarters with navigation desk and wheel amidships. Fixed mounted helmsman chair with polished brass leg and frame with leather cushions. Chart table port and starboard. Cupboards for pilots, books, instruments, charts, etc under, fresh air unit built-in on portside, 230 and 24 V
switch boards built-in on starboard, both behind doors. On portside large dining settee (2m60 x 2m10) with leather cushions and storage space under. Fixed mounted
dining table (1m55 x 0m90) with a cupboard underneath. The table top can slide diagonally. Two dining chairs. In front of settee a cupboard for fan coil. Opposite a wet bar with hidden stainless steel sink, refrigerator with ice
cube maker under, drawers and cupboards and one fan coil. Between navigation desk and settee and bar doors to side deck. Beside stairs to deck saloon a stair to boat deck.
Mahogany and holly floor, carpet under dining table.


Against the aft wall of the deck saloon a large (1m60 x 0m70 x 0m90) deck box of aluminium with teak trim. On one side a built-in folding out life raft, Plastimo 6-persons in fibreglass container. Storage for lines, cleaning tools, folded fenders, shore cable, high pressure hose, water hose, etc. On the aft deck on centre a round teak
table surrounded by solid teak trim. Table with painted stainless steel leg and five classic rotan chairs.
Polished stainless steel frame for bimini. Canvas bimini over full aft deck.
Sea railing, hand railing, bollards, davits, tabernacles for masts, sixteen apostles (to protect the skin in locks) all made of painted stainless steel. Wooden masts (folding type), gaffs and boom on aft mast. Boom and mast with two manual halyard winches for launching the Zodiac RIB. Davits for wooden dinghy with manual worm
winches. Teak boxes for ps and sb navigation lights, teak name plates.
Telescopic gangway with an extended length of 3m20 of stainless steel painted in the colour of the hull with teak grating in between, electric/hydraulic power unit, infrared and manual operated.
A 3m20 sailing and rowing dinghy of varnished mahogany. A 2m70 Zodiac RIB with hard bottom and a 8 hp Yamaha outboard engine, speed with two persons 32 km/hr.
Various lines of 25 m, 35 m and 60 m (18 mm, 24 mm and 28 mm) made of Euroneema.
Six large fenders with manual and electric pumps for filling. Flagpoles and various flags, boathook and a polished stainless steel swimming ladder. Covers for dinghies and windows.
Complete Awlgrip paint system (April 2011).
Main- and bowthruster propellers are painted with Marlin anti-fouling.


The propulsion engine is a Perkins-Sabre marine diesel engine, type M215C with a waste gated exhaust turbine, displacement 6.0 litres, 6-cylinder in line. 154 kW (209 hp) at 2.500 rpm, inter cooling, 24 V electric system with an extra 90 A alternator. Kobelt electronic throttle and pitch control at the inside and outside steering position.
A Korsor gearbox, type KMF HVK-60 with a reduction of 2,86 : 1, clutch and servo for variable pitch control.
Korsor three blade controllable pitch propeller (CPP), NiAlBr, diameter 860 mm in a high efficiency Lips thruster.
At 1.400 rpm the Perkins engine reaches its maximum torque, so in combination with the controllable pitch propeller the yacht can cruise at 7.8 knots with only 1.500 rpm instead of 2.150 rpm using a fixed propeller. The result is an extreme low fuel consumption of 16 litres per hour for a yacht of 65 tons. Due to the low rpm the
noise level is also very low (at cruising speed in the wheelhouse only 55 dB).
With a special ”van der Velde” rudder which turns 2 x 60 degrees the yacht can turn in her own length. In combination with the 25 hp hydraulic bowthruster and the controllable pitch propeller the manoeuvrability of the yacht is superb.
The engine room air temperature will be not more then 6 degrees above the seawater temperature due to a H&H fresh water cooled air cooler served by a titanium heat exchanger with two Iwaki pumps, one salt water and one fresh water. The heat exchanger also serves the compressors of the air conditioning (no sea water – no corrosion).

Other Technical Data

Fuel oil system with a total capacity of 11.800 litres, Marpol fill box, trim pump, Racor filters with water alarm, Tank Tender level indication. The range is well over 5000 nm at 7.8 knots.
Bilge system with two automatic Jabsco 3550 and two automatic Jabsco 1950 24 V bilge pumps complete with level switches. Bilge alarm in wheelhouse. 24 V deck wash pump in engine room.
Cathelco anti-fouling system with anode in cooling water strainer.
Fresh water system with a total capacity of 5.000 litres, Tank Tender level indication, Speck waterpressure system, Rheinstrom boiler served by the Kabola oil burner system, ECO Water Systems water softener, sediment and carbon filters, UV filter, hot water to the Kaercher high pressure cleaning system with port and starboard deck connection valves.
Black and grey water system with 1.100 litres polypropylene holding tank, Tank Tender level indication, Reya membrane pump, shower station with pump, two Raritan Atlantes electric toilets, Super Mini Hamann treatment system with a capacity of 2.520 litres per day.
Air conditioning system with three Marine-Air compressor units, each with a cooling capacity of 16.000 BTU and a heating capacity of 17.600 BTU, a Salor fresh air unit, seven Marine-Air fan coils, and for heating in the winter a Kabola B 017 oil burner unit with a capacity of 19.7 kW serving the hot water boiler and the fan coils.
Hydraulic system with a flexible mounted load sensing pump in front of engine, hydraulic oil tank with cooling, Cramm rudder steering system, orbitrol pump with 80 cm teak wheel, hydraulic 25 hp bowthruster, joy-stick for inside and outside steering, hydraulic oil to windlass.

Electrical Systems

Electric installation with a Fisher-Panda AGT 10.000-24 V diesel generator set, total water cooled in a super silent sound cover, external Iwaki cooling water pump, 300-360 A - 24 V serving a 1500 A Mastervolt battery set with twelve 2 V – 1500 A batteries, two Mastervolt Dakar 24/5000 sinus converters, each with a capacity of
5.000 VA for serving the 230 V system, shore power connection with IVET 6 kW transformer and 25 m cable, Mastervolt Mass/100 battery charger with a capacity of 100 A, Mastervolt IVO 12/10 battery charger with a capacity of 10 A, 230 V and 24 V switch boards in and outside the engine room. Complete interior and exterior
lighting system with special designed wall lamps in deck saloon. Five electric wipers with interval switch.
Kahlenberg signal air horn.


Electronic installation with:
Simrad NSO 15 integrated navigation system with radar, plotter, DGPS, GPS and depth sounder with transducer, 15” colour screen. Model 2012.
Simrad BR 24 3G Broadband antenna.
GS 15 GPS combi antenna.
Radio-Zeeland autopilot with compass and follow-up tiller.
Shipmate model RS82 combi VHF.
Orlaca camera looking aft with monitor in wheelhouse.

Household Appliances

Oranier Gas under Glas unit 2190 existing of a four burner hob EKG6 with stainless steel trim and a gas oven UMB6 with electric grill. Three gas bottles in ventilated locker as part of lower funnel.
Whirlpool microwave/exhaust hood combination.
Miele washer, Novotronic W839 and a Miele dryer, Novotronic T490 both built-in the main bathroom.
Siemens dishwasher.
Isotherm refrigerator, 24 V, 130 L.
Vitrifrigo freezer C 110 BT-GR with compressor in engine room.
U-line refrigerator with ice cube maker in wheelhouse.

Additional Information

Ground tackle with Muir hydraulic windlass HR 3500 (THOR), two Hall anchors of 80 kg each, 90 m galvanised 14 mm chain, 75 m nylon rode, devils clews, stainless steel drum with drain for chain.
Permanent ventilation with four dorade ventilators, two in the owner’s cabin and two in the deck saloon. Forced ventilation in bathrooms. Classic teak deck hatch above owner’s cabin.
Windows and portholes:
All windows with tinted hard glass (10+5 mm in front wheelhouse, 8+5 mm all others). Windows in stainless steel recess with solid teak frame. Owner’s cabin and deck saloon, each with two 50% drop down windows – one PS and one SB, wheelhouse with two very large (1m70 x 0m90) electric 100% drop down windows – one PS and one SB. Each guests’ cabins with two portholes of which one is hinged.
Noise and vibration control:
The engine room and the tank tops are anti-vibrated with Vibradamp A90-P two component anti- vibration pasta. After the anti-vibration system the engine room is isolated with 40 mm Acusticab covered with 2 mm painted aluminium bondal plate. Outside the engine room the inside skin, decks and superstructure are isolated
with a closed cell polyurethane foam. All plywood floors include a 6 mm layer of Isomat 14 (lead/rubber) and are floating on acoustic foam strips.
In May 2018 a DMS MagnusMaster rotorstabilizer system is installed with two rotors, each with a length of one meter and a diameter of 140 mm. Electrical driven and installed in the engine room.
When switched on the rotors are horizontal 90 degrees outside the hull, switched off horizontal parallel to the hull.
Engine hours at 21 April 2022: 3569 hours.
Generator hours at 21 April 2022: 1069 hours.

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