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Top 50 Largest Sailing Yachts

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Fleurtje
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Fleurtje | 52.73m (173')

built in 1960, Netherlands

Designed by Robert Clark, Fleurtje was built in 1960 at the renowned Dutch shipyard of De Vries Lentsch. She was previously known as Carita and then Argonaftis.

At 57 metres this sailing yacht has extremely elegant lines. The long overhangs at bow and stern, the rich Awlgrip blue hull and three Douglas Fir masts with stay sail plan, combine into a handsome profile.

Since her launch, Fleurtje has undergone four refits and been maintained to Lloyds class standards. Such is the degree of ongoing improvements that she is now, certainly, one of the finest three-masted schooners afloat, accommodating 12 guests in six staterooms.

Length Overall (includes bowsprit): 57m
Builder: De Vries Lentsch
Naval architecture & Exterior styling: Robert Clark
Interior design:Leila Kennedy

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