Damarin Jachtbouw turns 20
GOUDA _ Damarin Jachtbouw turns 20 in 2015, looking back in pride on 2 decades of building 300 or so tenders, runabouts and daysailers that have charmed clients worldwide. The yard has also made a name for itself in hybrid and electric propulsion craft. Marking its 20th anniversary, Damarin introduced the Damarin 732 Xtender whose modern hull renders good sailing qualities at all speeds.
Damarin Jachtbouw provides its 732 Xtender with 28 to 150HP engines. It has a self-draining cockpit, lots of storage space and a closed-off head under the foredeck. The tender can be trailered as it weighs no more than 1,500 kilos (3,300 lbs). The forward cockpit floor and benches are set low into the vessel, offering plenty of protection from the elements and increasing ceiling height under the hood
All motor and sail-powered Damarins are built in-house. Its 5 tenders range up to 8.4m (28ft), its 4 daysailers up to 7m (23ft). Today, you’ll see Damarins on waters in the Netherlands, France, Germany, Finland and the United States.