Past Meets Future – More than any other Riva model, this 33 foot Riva Aquariva testifies Riva’s natural style evolution over the years. Her soft, elegant lines reflect a taste for tradition, while all your modern day requirements have been included in the yacht.
Ik was afgelopen week op de IBI Boat Awards 2018 tijdens de Mets en daar werd Arie de Boom nog genoemd door Annette Roux als het bedrijf dat voor Beneteau gezorgd had een entree te maken op de Noord Europese markt. Jullie werden met trots genoemd, wel leuk denk ik voor jullie om te horen! Groeten, Evan
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This day-boat emancipated by Frank Mulder Design instills pure, fluid lines combining straight-edge design and performance. An immense, party receptive cockpit, an inviting cabin for eight people, an unreproached finish, innovative materials such as the composite Esthec are all the elements that establish the VanDutch 40 Royal Blue 2014 as a prestigious reference of Dutch know-how.
This day-boat emancipated by Frank Mulder Design instills pure, fluid lines combining straight-edge design and performance. An immense, party receptive cockpit, an inviting cabin for eight people, an unreproached finish, innovative materials such as the composite Esthec are all the elements that establish the VanDutch 40 T/itanium 2015 as a prestigious reference of Dutch know-how.
This VanDutch 40 in the popular colour Anthracite has recently been repainted in the Arie de Boom Shipyard and presents just as new. At the same time she underwent a full engine and technical service. She is a 2010 boat but first registration was in 2011 and always had one owner.
Exceptional opportunity to buy a berth on the Quai d’honneur! Port La Napoule is a private marina with a large capacity to welcome a variety of boats and yachts up to 52 m in length overall on its outer pier and breakwater. The port has 952 berths spread over 14 pontoons and concrete quays, the largest being just opposite the Harbour Office. 200 of its moorings are part of the public section of the marina, meaning these berths are completely owned by the state (France) and that no shareholder or “amodiataire” (lessee) of the port can possess rights on. These are primarily destined for the smaller boats and recreational craft. In addition, La Napoule’s private marina is one of the deepest along the Riviera, with 5 m to 7 m depth at the level of its entrance where the superyacht quay is located. This makes it a particularly popular homeport for large sailing yachts with significant drafts, which would easily run around in many of the other ports on the Côte d’Azur. In Port La Napoule, you will notice there is always something going on throughout the year, thanks to the many shops and agencies located in the pedestrian area, near the road entrance and just beneath the promenade. There you will find a choice of restaurants, bars, boutiques and yachting professionals. This berth is on the outher quay. There is one parking badge available for every berth owner, however there is no specific parkingplace alocated to the berth.