Logo Van Speijk 26

The Van Speijk 26 is a boat of distinction, and could serve as the backdrop for a stellar portrait. The Van Speijk resembles a classic naval sloop. It is therefore difficult for the passing and walking public to believe that we are dealing here with a contemporary design.

Our heritage

The Van Speijk, with its beautiful sheer, flat transom, steep bow and dark blue hull, is a picture to behold. Paul Buyse founder of Van Speijk has preserved as many classic details as possible.

“We left the embrasures, where the oars used to be put through, in place and accentuated them with hand-turned stainless steel.”

Now we use these to hang the fenders from.

Our barkas

Speed
Two fixed trim tabs keep the butt sight from digging in too far and the boat gets into plan√© faster. The cockpit stays dry, because the water is directed neatly to the rear. A real gentleman’s boat that, with its class, needs no speed at all. Still, it is a pleasure to give the Van Speijk the spur.

The interior
To pass through a ring and made for lounging. In the rear, Van Speijk has created a huge sun bed that easily fits four people.
Then there are two spacious longitudinal benches with plenty of storage space to port. To starboard, the men have hidden a large refrigerator.

 

Specifications

Dimensions

Length (Overall):

8.00 m

Length (Waterline):

7.44 m

Beam:

2.55 m

Draft:

0.67 m

Clearance:

1.22 m

Weigth:

1.900 kg

Engine

Motor:

Volvo Penta D3-110

Power in KW (hp):

82 KW 110 HP

Cilinders:

5 Cilinders

Gearbox:

Volvo Penta HS 25A

Ratio:

2,48 : 1

Propellor blades:

4 Blades

Construction

Warf:

Bouwmeester

Designer:

Peter Bosgraaf

Material:

Corecell / Glass Epoxy

Hull/deck joint:

Gluing / laminating

CE:

C

Max persons:

10 persons

Technical

Battery:

2x 100AH 12v

Bowthruster:

Yes

Fridge:

Yes

Fuel capacity:

80 liter

Watertank:

50 liter

Navigational lighting:

Yes