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Dutch Barge 20.77 with TRIWV

Dimensions (m): 20.77 x 3.86 x 1.00
Ref. no.: 240509
Mooring: Near Leiden, Netherlands
Construction year: 1900
Material: steel
Price: € 59.500,--
VAT not applicable

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Klipperkraak with an unique character and a rich history. With a Clipper bow she combines the elegance of a clipper with the characteristics of a Kraak, such as her inward bow, fairly straight sheer and the small hollow. Until 1927, the Klipperkraak sailed the Dutch inland waterways, including the Zeeland streams, until she exchanged her sails for an engine and a hoisting gear. For decades she held her own as a freighter, until she became a houseboat in Amsterdam in the 1960s. In the 1980s she was re-rigged and restored to her former glory. The interior is simple and someone with two right hands can create something very beautiful out of her. The beating heart is an unique “Blue Deutz”. She is a Sailing Monument, a living piece of maritime history that would enrich any museum harbor. No export restrictions.

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General information

Yard: Shipyard H. Boot & zonen, NL-Vrijenban (Delft)
Hull shape: flatbottom
Hull material: iron
Deck material: iron
Superstructure material: iron
wooden hatches covers over hold
Construction method: riveted
new steel is welded
bulwark around
rubbing strake
2 watertight bulkhead(s)
clipper bow
Steering system: mechanical
Displacement (approx.): maximum allowable displacement 52,903 m³
displacement in empty condition 34,479 m³
displacement 18,424 m³
Airdraft (approx.): 2,50 m everything down
17,50 m
Owner: Dutch owner
Colour / Paint System: black hull
green bulwark
white superstructure
some overdue maintenance
see photographs
last underwatership treatment 06-2022
Certificates: inland waterways certificated (TRIWV / ES-TRIN)
zone 2, 3 & 4 NL
valid until: 02-2030
Suitable for / as: inland waterways
General information: offered in the condition that she is in
Old age clause applicable.
The ship is recognized as a Historic Vessel
Additional information: classic sailing yacht
classic lines
Specified beam excludes the leeboards.
Specified length is between bow and stern.
Hull shape is suitable for drying out.
Great vessel for cruising on the European canals and rivers.
Great vessel for cruising on the French canals and rivers.

Technical information

Enginepower: 35 Hp
25 kW
Engine brand: Deutz
Revolutions: 500 RPM
Engine model: Blauwe Deutz air started
Number of cylinders: 1
Construction year engine: 1926
Overhaul engine: 1986 reconditioned
Running hours (approx.): unknown
Fuel: diesel
Fuel tank (approx.): 1x 300 litre
1x 50 litre
steel tank(s)
Cooling system: direct cooling system
Propulsion: 3 blade propeller
greased lubrication of propeller shaft
Gearbox: mechanical
Speed (approx.): 8 km/hour cruising speed
Heating: Reflex stove heater
on diesel
stainless steel
Electricity system: 24 Volt
simple electric system
Batteries: 1 battery bank
2x 100 Ah
Solar panels: 2x solar panel
Fresh water tank (approx.): 1x 750 litre
steel tank(s)
cemented tank(s)
Water pressure system: handpomp
Gas system: yes, bottle(s) in bottle box
Gas certificate
Additional information: air compressor
Stork auxiliary diesel engine


Interior: simple interior
see photographs
Insulation: partly
& hard foam plates
Berth: Forward: 2x 1-pers
Starboard: 3x 1-pers
Portside: 1x 2-pers
Aft: 2x 2-pers
Lay-out plan (not to scale): see attachment
Toilet / Heads: hand pumptoilet
Cooker: 4-burner hob
on gas
& 1-burner hob
on gas
Worktop: granite worktop
Washbasin: 1 sink
Water tap: manual pump
Headroom (approx.): aftcabin (approx.) 1,82 m
aftcabin (approx.) 1,17 m
salon (approx.) 1,82 m
cabin (approx) 1,54 m / 1,90 m
toilet (approx.) 1,54 m
foc's hole (approx.) 1,52 m

Navigation equipment

Navigation equipment: Em-Trak A100 Automatic Identification System (AIS)
Raymarine RAY49E VHF with DSC
navigation lights

Rigging and sails

Rigging type: gaff rigged
Mast: larch (niet/not/nicht/ne pas 100%)
Lowerable: yes
Boom: larch
Gaff: pine
Jib boom / Bowsprit: larch Jib boom
Leeboards: Azobé wooden leeboards
Winches: sail winch with 4 reels
Material of the sails: Dacron
Sails: mainsail
cruising chute
Additional information: pin rail


Anchor equipment: manual anchor winch
kedge anchor
anchor chain
warping drum
& stern anchor
Searail / Pulpit: searail on bulwark
Safety: fire extinguishers
life buoys
life jackets
according to the certification requirements
Additional information: 2x hard wooden skylight
Survey report of the underwatership is available (06-2022)


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