Bloemsma Van Breemen sailing yacht Keanimai for sale

14 September 2015 • Written by Malcolm Maclean

The 25 metre sailing yacht Bharlin Blue was sold in August 2009 and now, renamed Keanimai, she has been brought back to the market by Thorsten Giesbert at Fraser Yachts in Palma.

Built in aluminium by Dutch yard Bloemsma Van Breemen to a design by Hoek Naval Architects, she was delivered in 2002 as an ocean going cruiser/racer sloop intended for racing as well as long distance luxury cruising. Her interior is built in the Dutch modern style in satin varnished cherry wood and accommodates six guests in three cabins.

Forward is a master suite with excellent head room of 2.05 metres, a centre line double berth in the middle and two sofas on either side. Two guest cabins, a twin with two single berths and a twin with two single bunk berths, all with en suite facilities, comprise the guest accommodation. In addition, a separate crew cabin located aft has a double berth and an en-suite bathroom which can also be used as a day head.

A flush deck and sleek deckhouse combine with a cruising cockpit integrating a navigation table and al fresco dining area under a Bimini top to ensure comfortable, well balanced and safe cruising at all times.

A major refit of this yacht for sale in 2012 saw her Southern Spars carbon fibre mast and boom overhauled by Southern Spars in New Zealand and she now sports a set of new Doyle Stratis hydraulic furling sails.

A single Steyr diesel engine gives her a range of 1,400 nautical miles and, lying in Barcelona, Keanimai is asking €2,250,000.

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Bloemsma & Van Breemen   24.99 m •  2002

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