The 26 metre canoe stern motor yacht Five Angels has been listed for sale by Jeroen Van der Vliet at Van der Vliet Quality Yachts.
Built in steel by Dutch yard Cammenga to a design by William de Vries Lentsch, she was delivered in 1974 as one of the yard's Pacific Class 85 series of motor yachts and was refitted in 1991. Both the hull and the superstructure are in steel and she has teak decks. She is one of six Pacific 85 models built by the now-defunct Cammenga yard and has proven oceangoing capabilities.
Accommodation is for seven guests in three cabins. These consist of a master suite and two twin cabins, one with a Pullman berth and all cabins have en suite shower facilities. Twin 250hp Cummins engines give her a range of 2,000 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 8.5 knots. The bridge deck has generous relaxation and al fresco dining areas, as does the spacious, shaded aft deck.
Jeroen van der Vliet comments: “She has always be well looked after and is an excellent opportunity to acquire a real gentleman’s yacht with a first class pedigree in this size range that will appeal to the discerning yachtsmen who is looking for a solid, long range classic yacht.”
Lying in France, Five Angels is asking €1.2 million.