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Carl Linne, the 106' Holland Jachtbouw
Carl Linne, the 106' Holland Jachtbouw
Carl Linne, the 106' Holland Jachtbouw
Carl Linne, the 106' Holland Jachtbouw
Carl Linne, the 106' Holland Jachtbouw
Carl Linne, the 106' Holland Jachtbouw
Carl Linne, the 106' Holland Jachtbouw
Carl Linne, the 106' Holland Jachtbouw
Carl Linne, the 106' Holland Jachtbouw
Carl Linne, the 106' Holland Jachtbouw
Carl Linne, the 106' Holland Jachtbouw
Carl Linne, the 106' Holland Jachtbouw
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Carl Linne, the 106' Holland Jachtbouw

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Discover the Beauty of Carl Linne …

Discover the Beauty of Carl Linne
Carl Linne, 106’ Holland Jachtbouw, designed by Dykstra. Presented in first class condition following an extensive refit in San Diego completed in January 2012. A modern interpretation of a Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter, she is easy to sail with fully batten mainsail on a furling boom, and furling headsails. A retractable centerboard fin and torpedo ballast allows access to the world’s shallower harbours. Three owner and guest staterooms (for 6) and quarters for four crew in classic elegance, Carl Linne is very well priced for a quick sale.

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  • 1. Carl Linné
  • 2. The Designer’s Word “The Bristol Pilot Cutter’s appearance and fame for being fast and seaworthy was the original driving force behind the Carl Linné design. While keeping the Pilot Cutter tradition in mind we developed a yacht with modern standards of performance and comfort. A retractable keel and balanced rudder, with deck layout suitable for safe and fast passage produced a true blue water sailing yacht.” Gerard Dijkstra and Partners Yacht Designers
  • 3. Carl Linné – the name The yacht is named in honour of the 18th Century Swedish biologist, zoologist and physician Carl Linnaeus, known as a father of modern ecology. His studies took himself and his students on voyages of discovery around the globe. He was the first to distinguish whales from fish and responsible for the naming of a number of whale species. The yacht has continued to aid whale research and has be used to track, monitor, tag, dive and snorkel with whales all over the world. The spirit of discovery, adventure and the appreciation of natural beauty that was central to Linnaeus and his research is a perfect fit with a classic sailing yacht built for exploring the worlds blue water oceans. Carl Linné has ventured to many far away locations and been treated and cared for with pride and love, ensuring whenever she has returned home the experience never ends.
  • 4. Relaxing Luxury A spacious owners’ cabin aft with detailed design and a focus on luxury at sea, combined with two splendid wood-trimmed guest cabins – both en suite – provide guests with a perfect escape whether at sea or in port. The yacht makes a daring statement, merging tradition with the requirements of a modern ocean cruiser to deliver an experience that is quite unique in the world of the sailing Superyacht.
  • 5. Quality and tradition above and below decks The deck abounds with traditional wood joinery and glistening brightwork. The main cockpit is both a sociable working space and outdoor dining venue. The Deckhouse is a great inside/outside area, well protected yet with great all round views. Raised bulwarks provide for a safe deck area. The attention to detail, quality and tradition is not lost below decks with superb detailing of the cherry wood fittings, practicality and traditional beauty all equally emphasised.
  • 6. Built to explore Able to sail in a huge wind range, the yacht features an aluminium hull with a fine entry and clean, bustle-free stern sections for optimum sailing and steering characteristics. A lifting keel gives her the ability to enter shallow harbours allowing cruising in areas other large yachts simply can’t get to. A deck and rig arrangement allows for genuinely shorthanded two person sailing. These design features and her proven track record, show that she truly is built for serious off the beaten path exploration for extended periods.
  • 7. Specifications Builder: Holland Jachtbouw • Year: 2003 Naval Architect: Gerard Dijkstra & Partners Interior Designer: Gerard Dijkstra & Partners LOA: 106’ (32.334 m) • LOD: 90’ 5” (27.56 m) • LWL: 75’ 7” (23.04 m) Beam: 23” (7.02 m) • Min Draft: 8’ 6” (2.6 m) • Max Draft: 14’ 5” (4.4 m) Displacement: 187,392 lbs (86 T) Hull: Aluminium • Rig: Cutter • Sail Area: 7,000 sq ft (650 m2) Engine: 300 hp Continuous Duty Rated Lugger L6108 Fuel: 900 US Gals (3409 lts) Aluminium Water: 568 US Gals (2150 lts) Aluminium Flag: Cayman Islands Accommodations: 3 staterooms, 6 guests, 3–4 crew Classification: Lloyds Register +100 A1, SSC, Yacht, Mono, G6, LMC, MCA Large Yacht Code Compliance, RORC Cat 0. Water Toys: Big Game and fly fishing gear, snorkeling gear, spearfishing gear, two inflatable kayaks, windsurfer, hydrophone for whale and marine mammal listening, kitesurfing gear, surf board, boogie board, wake-board and scuba gear including dive compressor. Communication: Inmarsat Fleet Broadband Internet and telephone, GSM Triband phone, Iridium worldwide telephone, Sat C worldwide email. Entertainment: Multi-region DVD player and library, two LCD TVs, Bose AV Lifestyle system, iPod connectivity in each cabin and cockpit.

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