Jongert 32 DS

REFIT

Specifications

Year:1986 - 2013
Name:SY Tamar II
Shipyard:Jongert
Architect:Jongert BV
Interior design:Peter Sijm
Accommodation:8 guests in 4 cabins + 6 crew in 3 cabins
Yacht type:Ketch sailing yacht with closed wheel house

Jongert 32 DS information

During an intense 18 months Jongert has overhauled every bit of the yacht, and the result is an iconic sailing yacht in mint condition. Tamer II was originally launched in September 1986, being the largest yacht ever built by Jongert at that time. It took a two day transport to get the yacht form the old shipyard in Medemblik to the first suitable launching site because of the shallow waters and narrow locks in the surrounding of the former shipyard. This made it not only the largest yacht built by Jongert, but also the largest yacht ever transported by road in the Netherlands at that time. Designed by Peter Sijm, Tamer II features a large salon with seating, dining and bar, 1 owner and 3 guest cabins and accommodation for a crew of 6. Her LOA extends to 36 meters. The refit project started in December 2013 and was initially scheduled to take around 10 months to finish, but during the project the scope of work tripled while the available additional time was limited due to the upcoming summer season. One of the largest jobs was the renewal of all technical spaces. These have been emptied, sandblasted, spot-repaired, isolated, painted and equipped with brand new installations. In the engine room for example, except for the overhauled main engine, all installations are new. Furthermore, the yacht has been carried out with: a new teak deck; a new paint job; a Haman system; new wiring and electronic systems; new refrigerator & freezer system; new navigation/communication; new air-conditioning; new entertainment systems; new piping for all systems; new standing and running rigging; overhauled and partly renewed masts and booms; a number of interior-exterior modifications. Despite the fact that the yacht is, technologically speaking, brand new, the owner’s specific instruction was to keep the looks of the yacht entirely original. New entertainment systems are cleverly hidden within the original cabinets and all the original tiles, fabrics, carpets, light-fixtures, etc. are either reused or renewed. The latter turned out to be quite challenging as in 28 years much has changed. Fortunately, by having stored much of the original building information, Jongert managed to find the right products and materials.

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