Luxe Motor 27.00 with TRIWV Sold

Dimensions (m): 27.00 x 5.07 x 1.40
Ref. no.: 230909
Mooring: Near Amsterdam, Netherlands
Construction year: 1914
Material: steel
Price: Sold
VAT not applicable

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Former inland cargo ship that has been refurnished into a comfortable Sailing Live Aboard for a long and pleasant stay on board. In 2002 the vessel was shortened and a new superstructure was built by Shipyard SRF. The technology has been upgraded where necessary over the years by the current owners. The ship is insulated with rock wool and has double glazing. The cabin at the front is very spacious and has an en-suite bathroom with toilet. The spacious lounge is connected to the open galley by two steps. In the hall there is a second toilet and a separate bathroom with a walk-in shower. Subsequently there is a pantry with washing machine and dryer. The aft cabin with a double bed is located under the large wheelhouse with seating area. The aft deck is remarkably spacious and recently fitted with a canopy. From here you have a beautiful view over the water. Taking over the mooring can be discussed with the harbor. The shed shown on the pictures is part of the mooring. If you are looking for a beautiful ship at a beautiful location for a long-stay on board, then this is your chance.

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General information

Yard: Shipyard Boot, NL-Leiderdorp
Yard rebuilt: Shipyard SRF, NL-Harlingen
completed in-house finished 2002/2003
Rebuilt year: steelwork 2002
Hull shape: flatbottom
Hull material: steel
Deck material: steel
Superstructure material: steel
Construction method: riveted
new steel is welded
open cockpit
wide side decks (gunnels)
rubbing strake around
2 watertight bulkhead(s)
Steering system: hydraulic
Windows: hardwood window frames
double glazing
bronze portholes
Displacement (approx.): 75 metric tons
Ballast (approx.): bitumen
Airdraft (approx.): 3,65 m everything down
Owner: Dutch owner
Registration: Dutch registered
Costs for the change of ownership and / eventually deletion are for purchasers amount.
Colour / Paint System: two component basic system
one component finish
blue hull
cream superstructure
last underwatership treatment 03-2022
very well maintained
Certificates: inland waterways certificated (TRIWV / ES-TRIN)
zone 2 Netherlands
zone 3
zone 4
Waal, Lek & NL Rhine
valid until: 07-2029
Suitable for / as: inland waterways
suitable for bigger waterways
suitable as a year round live- aboard
recreational vessel
Additional information: classic lines
Hull shape is suitable for drying out.
forepeak with chain locker
Great vessel for cruising on the European canals and rivers.
Great vessel for cruising on the French canals and rivers.

Technical information

Enginepower: 105 Hp
77 kW
Engine brand: Kromhout
Revolutions: 1900 RPM
Engine model: 6 TS 117
Number of cylinders: 6
Construction year engine: 1957
Running hours (approx.): unknown
Fuel: diesel
Fuel tank (approx.): 2x 900 litre
1x 500 litre
steel tank(s)
Cooling system: Kromhout closed
keel cooling
dry exhaust
insulated exhaust
Propulsion: 4 blade propeller
greased lubrication of propeller shaft
grease cup
Gearbox: Dong-i DMT 50 A-H hydraulic
reduction/ratio 3,12:1
Heating: Post marine Caminus 20C central heating (2023)
combi boiler
on diesel
Bow thruster: hydraulic bow thruster
Electricity system: 24 / 230 Volt
230 Volt shore power connection
with automatic changeover
Batteries: 2x 120 Ah starter batterie(s)
4x 240 Ah domestic batterie(s) (2023)
1x 62 Ah starter batterie(s) generator
Mastervolt battery monitor
Battery charger: Mastervolt Dakar combi inverter/charger 24/3000/100
Genny: BW Generatortechniek whisper set
9,5 kVA 230 Volt
1500 RPM
1615 running hours (approx.) (09-2023)
box cooler
Inverter: Mastervolt Dakar combi inverter/charger 24/3000/100
Fresh water tank (approx.): 1x 4000 litre
cemented tank(s)
Water pressure system: Grundfos MQ 3-35 B electric water pump
Hot water system: through the central heating
Holding tank (approx.): 1x 2000 litre
steel tank(s)
Diesel waterseparator: present
Engineroom: very well maintained
Bilge pump: 24 Volt
Deck wash pump: submersible pump
Gas system: present
yes, bottle(s) in bottle box
Gas certificate
Additional information: auxiliary engine with PTO for the hydraulic


Interior: various materials have been used
hardwooden floor(s)
pine ceiling with laths (classic)
see photographs
Insulation: Rockwool
Cabins: 2 cabins
Berth: Aft: 1x 2-pers
Forward: 1x 2-pers
Lay-out plan (not to scale): see attachment
Bathroom: Forward:
shower cubicle
thermostat tap
washbasin with mixer tap and hot & cold running water
in 1 area together with the toilet
thermostat tap
washbasin with hot & cold running water
Toilet / Heads: 2x flush toilet
Galley: U-shape galley
Cooker: AEG 5-burner hob
on gas
stainless steel
Oven: Pelgrim electric oven
Microwave: microwave/oven
Fridge / Refrigerator: Pelgrim fridge / refrigerator
230 Volt
Worktop: wooden worktop
Washbasin: stainless steel sink
Water tap: hot & cold running water
Dishwasher: present
Entertainment: stereoset
radio/CD/MP3 player
Headroom (approx.): forecabin (approx.) 2,45 m
bathroom / toilet in the front (approx.) 2,41 m
salon (approx.) 2,36 m
galley (approx.) 2,25 m
corridor / walkthrough (approx.) 2,25 m
bathroom / toilet aft (approx.) 2,30 m
aftcabin (approx.) 1,92 m
Additional information: useful as live-aboard
The vessel will be delivered as without the private goods like furniture, clothing, artwork and tools.
Miele tumble dryer
Miele washing machine
see photographs

Rigging and sails

Mast: lantern mast
Lowerable: yes


Anchor equipment: manual anchor winch with electric motor
double gipsy
1x Klipp anchor
anchor chain
in hawse-hole
2x warping drum
Bimini: bimini top above aftdeck
Searail / Pulpit: guardrail around
Dinghy: inflatable dinghy 3,60 m
Davits: with boom
Safety: fire extinguishers
life buoys
life jackets
according to the certification requirements
bilge alarm
Additional information: 2x hard wooden skylight
covers over skylights
aluminium gangway
set deck furniture
The berth is not automatically transferable. However, a potential new owner can submit a request for takeover to the port if they wish to keep the berth. An introductory meeting is part of the decision-making process.