A great opportunity to buy an unusual and beautifully maintained yacht for charter or living aboard (has been in MSA Survey).
She was built in Denmark in 1925 as a fishing vessel and worked the North Sea waters for many years.
In 1980, Wolf Brehm converted her to a pleasure vessel based in Kiel, Germany. She sailed to Tonga in 1990 and then onto New Zealand in 1995 where she was bought by the present owner.
Beautifully restored, immaculately maintained, comfortable and spacious. At 22.2m (74 feet including bowsprit) and 50 tons, Breum is a strong and stable craft with large deck areas and wheelhouse seating options.
She offers day sails for up to 30 passengers and overnight coastal voyaging to a maximum of 13.
Danish Sailfisher Gaff Ketch
2001 - new engine / electronics / wiring / mast / rigging / sails
interior gutted and redone – Bruce Askew, naval architect, re-designed the interior layout with no expense spared
50% of planking replaced with English oak.
Main cabin – Lawson cypress