Cammenga 85 Pacific Class | SOLD

Cammenga - 85 Pacific Class | SOLD

Reference
26.025
Brand

Cammenga

Model
85 Pacific Class | SOLD
Yard
Cammenga Shipyard
Building Year
1972
Design
De Vries Lentsch
Hull Material
Steel
Superstructure
Steel
Length Hull
26.00 Meter
Beam
6.10 Meter
Draft
2.40 Meter
Engine(s) x HP
2 x 172 HP
Price Indication
On Request
VAT Status
See Specification

Your broker's comments

“ One of the famous Pacific Class 85 series that was built at Cammenga in 1972 by a design of W. de Vries Lentsch. Steel hull and superstructure with teak decks.  Original layout has been changed with now a cabin on the main deck with ensuite bathroom. Below deck she offers 2 guest cabins all with bathrooms ensuite and one master cabin. One crew cabin for 3 persons in the front. Powered by twin Gardners engines each 172 Hp. A yacht that needs some tender love and care but which will attract all knowledgeable yachtsmen. With the tender on the bow installed many square extra meters are available as deck area. She is a fine example of a proven timeless solid yacht build in the Netherlands.  Her volume and practical layout makes her an ideal family yacht to cruise in style and elegance. ”
- Jeroen van der Vliet (about)

Your broker's comments

“ One of the famous Pacific Class 85 series that was built at Cammenga in 1972 by a design of W. de Vries Lentsch. Steel hull and superstructure with teak decks.  Original layout has been changed with now a cabin on the main deck with ensuite bathroom. Below deck she offers 2 guest cabins all with bathrooms ensuite and one master cabin. One crew cabin for 3 persons in the front. Powered by twin Gardners engines each 172 Hp. A yacht that needs some tender love and care but which will attract all knowledgeable yachtsmen. With the tender on the bow installed many square extra meters are available as deck area. She is a fine example of a proven timeless solid yacht build in the Netherlands.  Her volume and practical layout makes her an ideal family yacht to cruise in style and elegance. ”
- Jeroen van der Vliet (about)