We have begun construction of the custom Bestevaer 53 Canada. Although there is really no standard Bestevaer, this is certainly not an average boat.
On the exterior the boat will have an semi-open transom, or scoop, and it is a bit wider than our standard Bestevaer. This creates a larger cockpit and more storage space. With this, the customer experiences more connection with the water. An arc will support the solar panels, she will have a three double rudder and a centerboard, allowing her to fall dry. In addition, the pilot house gets a slightly more modern look by tighter lines and this ship gets two steering wheels. Also on the inside it will be a surprising ship. A kind of deck saloon has been chosen, so upon entering the pilothouse you step directly into an open space, from here there is not only an overview of the water, but also of the galley. The ship will get two cabins with a total of six berths.
Also this design was made in cooperation with our design bureau for Bestevaer: Dykstra Naval Architects. Some believe this will be the first of a trend.