Haak 3800 | SOLD

Haak - 3800 | SOLD

Reference
38.013
Brand

Haak

Model
3800 | SOLD
Yard
Haak Shipyard
Building Year
1987
Design
Haak
Hull Material
Steel
Superstructure
Aluminium
Length Hull
38.00 Meter
Beam
7.81 Meter
Draft
2.60 Meter
Engine(s) x HP
2 x 1075 HP
Cabins Owner/Guests
14 berths in 6 cabins
Cabins Crew
7 berths in 4 cabins
Price Indication
On Request
VAT Status
See Specification

Your broker's comments

“ The timeless art of Dutch Quality Yacht building has again shown her credentials with this classic 38 meter Haak yacht. This example shows how the Dutch yard built an exceptionally strong elegant classic yacht. Maritime Research Institute of the Netherlands (MARIN) carried out substantial tank testing during her build. The French architect Demarchy of Paris was consulted to incorporate the owners wish for a classical decor with a sophisticated choice of materials and layout to produce an interior that is luxurious and elegant, comfortable and functional. She has a very flexible six cabin layout created in warm Honduran Mahogany. Decades of Dutch experience, love of craft have come together to built this exceptional yacht. Two of these Haak 3800 have been build and both sold by us. ”
- Ad van der Vliet (about)

Your broker's comments

“ The timeless art of Dutch Quality Yacht building has again shown her credentials with this classic 38 meter Haak yacht. This example shows how the Dutch yard built an exceptionally strong elegant classic yacht. Maritime Research Institute of the Netherlands (MARIN) carried out substantial tank testing during her build. The French architect Demarchy of Paris was consulted to incorporate the owners wish for a classical decor with a sophisticated choice of materials and layout to produce an interior that is luxurious and elegant, comfortable and functional. She has a very flexible six cabin layout created in warm Honduran Mahogany. Decades of Dutch experience, love of craft have come together to built this exceptional yacht. Two of these Haak 3800 have been build and both sold by us. ”
- Ad van der Vliet (about)