Jongert Yachts

Jongert is located on a site of 44,000 square metres in the district of Wieringermeer, The Netherlands. The facility includes three state-of-the-art 60-metre construction sheds that can be extended to 100 metres. The three halls are equipped with two 10-ton cranes. Jongert specialises in semi-custom and custom luxury sailing and motoryachts, mainly built in steel or aluminium. The global Jongert fleet is over 325 launches.

History of Jongert Yachts

Founded in 1953, Jongert began by building small motorboats, and in 1960 launched its first luxury motoryacht. This was followed with two classes of sailing yachts – the Zwalkers and the Trewes –through a partnership with marine engineering firm Van der Meer and yacht architect Willem de Vries Lentsch.

Yachts For Sale

Notable Jongert Superyachts

Jongert offers Performance, Cruising and Special lines of luxury yachts. The Performance Line comprises 39-, 42- and 50-metre versions. For example, the 500LE was developed in cooperation with Azure Naval Architects and Guido de Groot, and has a gross tonnage of slightly less than 500 GT. The Cruising Line in 40- and 46-metre versions offers comfort and on-board luxury. Interior volume and distinctive layouts enhance the experience, while these stalwart vessels are built to circle the globe with a solid steel hull and aluminium superstructure. Specials include the 1800 Tommy and 3000 Explorer.

Yachts for Charter

Specialisations

In the first decade of the 21st century the Jongert yard became part of the multinational maritime company, the VeKa Group. This provides the yard and clients future assurance of quality and sustainability.

YACHTS BY Jongert

AUDREY II

31.1 m  1997

ANAMCARA

31.1 m  2000

ALME SOL

31.09 m  2005

AFAET

30.39 m  1991

SOLAIA

30 m  1996

BLACK MOLLY III

30 m  1998

SAILING T

30 m  1993

IMPRESSION

29.99 m  1995

SCARENA

29.77 m  1995

FLYING MAGIC

29.75 m  1992

BLUE PAPILLON

29.75 m  1993

CELANDINE

29.72 m  1993

SCORPIUS

29.45 m  1991

ALTA MAREA

29.41 m  1991

LA PERLA

29.41 m  1989