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PILOT 44

Built: 1993
Material: Steel
Dimensions: 13,75 x 4,00 x 1,20 m
Sold in: 2005

Steel motoryacht PILOT 44 "POOLBEER", designed by W. Nieland, built in 1993 by De Ruiter BV - Waalwijk for W. Nieland, dim. approx. 13,70 x 4,00 x 1,20 m., headway approx.3,20 m., displacement approx. 16 tonnes, steel decks, steel superstructures, steel hardchine white coloured hull, hydraulic steering, second steering position on aft deck, bowthruster. More details

PILOT 44

Built: 1997
Material: Steel
Dimensions: 14,00 x 4,20 x 1,30 m
Sold in: 2005

Beautiful and well maintained Pilot from well known shipyard. Very well equipped and suitable for longer journeys along coastlines, rivers and canals, cherry wood interior, inside and outside steering position. More details

PILOT 44

Built: 1997
Material: Steel
Dimensions: 13,70 x 4,00 x 1,20 m
Sold in: 2005

Steel motoryacht PILOT 44 "SALTY DOG", designed by Willem Nieland, built in 1997 VDL shipyard- Waalwijk. dimensions approx. 13,70 x 4,00 x 1,20 m., headway approx.3,20 m., displacement approx. 16 tonnes, steel decks, steel superstructures, steel hardchine blue coloured hull, second steering position on aft deck. bow- and stern thruster. More details

PILOT 44

Built: 1997
Material: Steel
Dimensions: 13,70 x 4,00 x 1,20 m
Sold in: 2007

Steel motoryacht PILOT 44, named "BLUE TRAIN", designed by W. Nieland, built by VDL - Shipyards in Waalwijk. "BLUE TRAIN" is the 2 cabin version of the succesful PILOT 44 series. Cherrywood interior. Needless to say, she is in immaculate condition. "BLUE TRAIN" can bring you to the Med by sea and back through the French canals. More details

PILOT 44

Built: 1997
Material: Steel
Dimensions: 14,00 x 4,00 x
Sold in: 2005

Steel motoryacht PILOT 44, named "BLUE TRAIN", designed by W. Nieland, built by VDL - Shipyards in Waalwijk. "BLUE TRAIN" is the 2 cabin version of the succesful PILOT 44 series. Cherrywood interior. Needless to say, she is in immaculate condition. "BLUE TRAIN" can bring you to the Med by sea and back through the French canals. More details