Marcel Borgmann of Sea Independent has sold the 25.50 metre Dutch built adventure yacht Zeewoelf to a direct client. Originally built in 1960 as a North Sea fishing cutter, the Zeewoelf turned the tides in the 1980s and became a guard vessel for various oilrigs and eventually ended up in St. Vincent in the 1990s where she underwent a thrilling metamorphosis from being a fishing and security enforcement cutter to a luxurious explorer yacht.
In 2002, the Zeewoelf - completely renovated and modernized including the most state of the art navigational systems – was set again to sea as an internationally seaworthy vessel.
The Zeewoelf is an aesthetically designed vessel with a distinct classical cutter form. Complete with teak finishing and exceptional amenities – including a rear deck for your car- this ship is the ultimate sea faring vessel while providing the perfect ambiance for a romantic rendezvous or a sophisticated lounge setting for you and your friends.
She is sold to a Frenchman who is heading to the Caribbean. She remains under Dutch flag.
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