De Valk France has been appointed central agent for the sale of the classic 23-metre De Vries Lentsch yacht, Sealord. Built in steel in 1958, this gentleman’s’ yacht remains in great condition thanks to the major investments of her current owner. New Vetus engines were installed in 2007 and Sealord has since had a new teak deck, new railings on the flybridge and new stabilizers, electrics and navigation equipment.
Sealord’s interior is surprisingly spacious for a 25-metre yacht. The attractively furnished main saloon can be extended by opening the doors onto the covered aft deck. A bright and spacious dining room is conveniently located aft of the galley, while the engine room and crew quarters are forward to ensure privacy. There are fine sleeping quarters for six people.
“With their excellent reputation for build quality and robust performances, these Dutch designed and built yachts are always a popular choice among connoisseurs,” comments Jeroen Minnema from De Valk France. “De Vries Lentsch has created many memorable vessels over the decades, and Sealord is ready to immediately take her new owner on an extended cruise.”