December 11, 2009

Projects: Linssen 60.33 Grand Sturdy, Linssen 60.43 Grand Sturdy

Linssen presents two sensational projects which are in a nearly completed build stage to mark its sixtieth anniversary. Linssen Yachts was established by Jac. Linssen Sr. in 1949. He had gained his experience in commercial shipping. Now sixty years on, Linssen prides itself on this professional origin by building traditional cruisers and yachts with the sound construction offered by steel. As the Holland based builder says sturdy boats built using the latest technology and toughest material that is steel leave the shipyard. The Linssen family will be building two unique anniversary models for delivery in the 2010/2011 season, the 60.33 Grand Sturdy, and the 60.43 Grand Sturdy both of which are special Diamond editions. The 60.33 Grand Sturdy pictured above will offer a two cabin interior located at both ends of this Dutch traditional cruiser, a head, separate shower room, and a mid deck room with saloon and galley. Power is by a single Volvo 75hp engine, with shaft propulsion.
The Linssen 60.43 Grand Sturdy is the second sixtieth anniversary project from the Dutch builder aimed at celebrating the company founding. Steel constructed to a CE B standard, the 60.43 offers a spacious and comfortable three cabin interior. The cabins all located at the lower deck are two for the guests located to fore, and the owners suite situated aft. A mid living deck a traditional layout for Linssen, offers a galley, office deck, C-shaped settee, and dining table for six. Power is by a single Volvo of 150hp.