KORVET 14 CLR
Willem Nieland Design – the multiple nominee and three time winner of the Boat of the Year Award -
This latest design had to be rugged, seaworthy and self supporting to brace the harsh northern European conditions during all seasons, while at the same time provide the shallow draught needed for exploring inland waterways, tidal inlets or even dry out on a remote mudflat. Built in Selium aluminum or grade A marine steel, this Dutch design yacht has all the qualities of a pocket sized exploration vessel.
The generous engine room harbors two low rev and low emission diesel engines that give the Korvet superior maneuverability, speed and endurance at reduced noise levels. The technical equipment and systems meet the highest standards as only the best materials have been selected. Backup systems ensure problem free cruising and enhance safety at sea, like the double filters for both water intake and fuel.
The deck lay-
The main radar mast can be extended with a small rig to minimize rolling at sea and add power under sail. It also doubles as a crane for hoisting the dinghy, motorbikes and even persons unfortunate enough to have fallen overboard.
Once inside, the interior is all about space, light, panorama view and privacy. A full beam owners cabin with en suite bathroom in the bow is generously laid out. Under the aft deck a second cabin with a small bathroom annex day toilet is situated. The wheelhouse -
Built for strength, performance and distance under varying conditions, the Korvet 14 CLR opens a new range of cruising possibilities that until now could only be achieved by vessels of a much bigger size. The efficient hull with its ice and wave piercer in combination with two hi-
In short, Nieland’s new Korvet 14 CLR is a lean and mean machine designed for no-
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