|Tax Status:||Tax Not Paid|
In verkoophaven Gelderland Netherlands|
Original condition, super condition, but with a recent engine
Hull number: Sailing monument 406; VBOG 289
First owner of this Bakdekker, which is in a glorious state, was Mr. S.P. de Boer. Teacher at the nautical college in Groningen.
He had the boat built from an inheritance. The name "OMAR" 'inheritance obtained or won' refers to this.
The ship has been built once by the Barkmeijer Brothers from Stroobos, Groningen. Probably a drawing of Shipyard Langeberg from Heerenveen was used.
The original A-Ford engine was replaced in 2000 by a modern Volvo Penta. The Ford has served 68 years, and was totally worn out.
There are 2 instrument panels. The upper one is still from the A-Ford, 6 volts. The old instruments are operated by this. The column has the Volvo Penta panel, 12 volts.
The 2nd owner, Mr Visser, bought the little boat from/via harbour master Ket of Leeuwrder Jachthaven. He has owned the yacht for 3 years.
In 1973 the present owner bought the yacht. He is 'responsible' for the beautiful and original state OMAR is in nowadays.
Material, colours: Mahogany, mostly solid. Beautifully varnished.
Berths: 4 berths in the cabin; 1 berth in the cockpit (can be pulled out from under the gunwale)
Engine, electrics, water
Water system: Foot pump
Incl.: matching winter storage trestles.
|Designer:||Waarschijnlijk Langeberg, Heerenveen|
|Model:||Hollands Glorie In Optima Forma!|
|Length over all:||9.25m|