LOA: 102' 1" (31.11m)
Beam: 25' 0" (7.62m)
Draft: Max 7' 5" (2.26m)
Cruising 10 knots
Maximum 12 knots
Location: Florida, United States
Year: Mfg-2008
Motor Yacht
Price: $9,710,000 USD
Additional Specifications For BEOTHUK:
LOA: 102' 1" (31.11m)
Beam: 25' 0" (7.62m)
Min Draft: 6' 11" (2.11m)
Max Draft: 7' 5" (2.26m)
Hull Material: Steel
Hull Config: Full Displacement
Hull Designer: Vripack
Deck Material:
Tonnage: 246 Pounds
Int Designer: Vripack
Ext Designer: Vripack
Fuel Capacity: 11,200 g (42,397 l)
Water Capacity: 2,113 g (7,999 l)
Holding Tank:
Flag: British Virgin Islands
Location: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida United States
Price: $9,710,000 USD
Year: Mfg-2008 Model-2008
Model: Doggersbank Offshore
Motor Yacht
Cruising 10 knots
Max 12 knots @ 1830 RPM
Engines: 600 HP, Twin, 1700, Diesel, C18 DITA, Caterpillar 6500hrs / 6500hrs
Staterooms: 3
Sleeps: 6
Heads: 4
Crew Quarters: 2
Crew Berths: 4
Captain Cabin: No
MCA: Unknown ISM: None

The name BEOTHUK comes from the indigenous people of Newfoundland, Canada.  The man that had BEOTHUK designed and built was from there and chose to honor them.  He cruised this isolated area and further east where the BEOTHUK roamed.

The second owner of BEOTHUK was an adventurer too and cruised the northeast passage through the Arctic Ocean and the Pacific Coast of Canada and the USA.

The current and third owner of BEOTHUK has cruised from St. Barts to New England with many stops in between.

BEOTHUK has performed remarkably well for all three owners and even lived for awhile on the shallow West Coast of Florida proving her versatility for many types of cruising.  She is a remarkable vessel that can be run by a competent small crew.


BEOTHUK was designed by Vripack Yachting International, Sneek, The Netherlands and construction completed by Kuipers Shipyard, Woudsend, The Netherlands. The design was very carefully reviewed and included: tank testing, wave pattern analysis, intact stability analysis and dynamic stability analysis in various loading conditions.  The owner previously built an 84' Vripak Kuipers and had extensive input on BEOTHUK'S design and construction. 

The yacht is a twin screw, round bilge displacement hull, with a flared bow, transom stern and four decks.  The hull construction is of welded steel and the superstructure of welded aluminum, they are joined with Triclad. The steel hull and aluminum superstructure are to Det Norske Veritas classification. There are 5 watertight bulkheads meeting MCA and other relevant IMO requirements for one compartment status with regard to flooding and damaged stability. The design requirement was for intensive cruising capability and frequent positional ocean passages with time for regular maintenance and dry-docking limited hence the emphasis on simplicity of maintenance and reliable systems and equipment.

The exterior “Yachtglass” windows are made up of 4 layers of chemically hardened and laminated glass to DNV classification for offshore operations without storm shutters. The window frames are fabricated from a single piece aluminum welded into the structure. The exterior is faired and painted to blend with the house sides. This construction provides ease of maintenance without the typical exposed frames and fasteners together with a frameless window system.

Generous use of high quality mirror finished polished stainless steel in particular: oval handrails, complete anchor arrangement, deck level vents, hinges, brackets, fastenings, bollards, chocks, ladders and stairs and deck hardware, etc.

The upper section of the arch is hinged enabling a reduced air draft should it be required.

Interior hardware is all high quality. For example Dornbracht faucets and fixtures, Swarovski knobs, Jado hardware, stainless steel latches, etc.

All ceilings throughout the yacht are of high quality leather.

Teak exterior decking

The Freeman Marine exterior doors and custom deck lockers are a combination of weather tight as well as water tight, depending on the location of the door.

LED lighting is exclusive throughout the entire yacht, in many instances, it is fully dimmable.

Bilges, technical areas and the engine room are painted white with a two part epoxy coating.

A brief outline of the paint system:

Primers are Awlgrip Base White 545

Superstructure exterior is International Oyster White

Hull Awlgrip Flag Blue Perfection 

Engine room and lazarette International Matterhorn White

Storage and Pump Room International Undercoat Gloss 9010

The entire yacht is extensively acoustically insulated with a variety of materials to provide maximum privacy and comfort. In addition anti-drumming plates are fitted throughout.  Most doors are solid wood between 1 1/4 - 2" thick.


BEOTHUK captures the very essence of an expedition yacht, a rough and rugged vessel capable of traveling to out-of-the-way destinations, like its recent trip across the Northwest Passage. Yet ‘rugged vessel’ belies BEOTHUK’s extraordinarily graceful exterior lines and interior features which make her a luxury yacht rivaling any cruising the high seas today. With superb fit and finish, stainless steel and joiner work, marble inlays, and exquisite granite, lighting and entertainment systems, she offers creature comforts for hardy seafarers. BEOTHUK has three staterooms that sleep six and two crew cabins. She features large main and dining salons, a sheltered aft deck, and a dramatic pilothouse and upper skylounge. Offering full displacement, she holds 11,200 gallons fuel for long range travel and is powered by twin C18 DITA Caterpillar engines.

BEOTHUK is the ultimate yacht in both function and appearance! Rarely does a yacht of her caliber become available for sale.


The Aft Deck provides a lovely sheltered atmosphere and doubles as an entry area from either the passerelle or the swim platform. It is an ideal setting for relaxation or casual dining. It is entirely sheltered overhead by the boat deck, which combines polycarbonate removable side deck wing windows and aft and wing doors to create a totally enclosed area. The wing doors are recessed in the bulwarks when open and can be dogged when closed in stormy weather. The oval varnished teak table mounted on two polished stainless steel pedestals features wood inlay and 4 varnished wood chairs around the forward area where there is also an attractive blue and white upholstered settee.


Forward on the port side is a full service bar with a built-in Sub-Zero two drawer refrigerator, generous storage and a built in Sub-Zero ice maker. The bar is finished with beautifully varnished teak cabinetry and a Labrador blue granite counter top. On the starboard side is one of two engine room access doors. Adjacent is the curved stairway to the upper deck. This stairway is covered by a hatch insuring the aft deck is protected. The aft deck area can be expanded by incorporating the main salon when the doors are open to create a climate controlled environment even in cold and wet weather.


The Main Salon is forward from the aft deck through three one inch thick, twin varnished teak doors. The cherry cabinetry has exquisite old world charm with madrona veneer insets. The salon is exceptionally quiet and comfortable. The white carpet is bordered with a granite frame. Along the starboard side is a built-in lounge upholstered in medium tone leather. There is a lovely blue coffee table, two upholstered occasional chairs and forward a circular game table for four. To starboard is a small built-in full service bar with sink with a filtered chilled water tap and Star Gaze granite top. The ceiling is off white leather with a variety of recessed lighting options. The cove molding has subtly hidden the AC outlets allowing the chilled air to gently find its way into the room.

On the port side, hidden in cabinetry is the 55” LED television on a heavy duty marine lift. The main Salon has a full surround sound system with front, rear, centre and sub-woofer speakers. The salon also has a dedicated Kaleidescape player as well as a dedicated satellite receiver. The lighting, Hunter Douglas Silhouette blinds together with the off white drapery and Linn surround sound system are all controlled remotely with Ipads. All lighting is LED and fully dimmable.

Some of the other features in the main salon are:    

  • Original paintings and sculpture.
  • Blue coffee table with drawers on four sides.
  • Game table with pull out beverage holders and wooden inlay chess board.                  

Note: The dining room has been turned into a gymnasium as shown in the photos.  Below is a description of the original dining room.

The Dining Salon is highlighted with its central pedestal teak inlayed table seating eight. This is a magnificent room with virtually a 270 degree view. This is a fabulous multipurpose area ideal for elegant dining, hosting a meeting or entertaining with the stand up height full service bar aft. The décor is similar to the main salon with muted gray carpeting surrounded by a granite border. The forward side cabinetry abounds with storage. Aft to starboard is the chilled wine storage and above behind beveled glass doors is china storage. Everything is built-in with sea going storage compartments. The dining table with its madrona burl top and star inlay is gorgeous. The vaulted onyx trimmed with Star Gaze granite ceiling extenuates a feeling of height. There are a variety of lighting options and blinds shelter the windows when desired, all remotely operated. Forward hidden in the cabinetry is a 42” LED television on a heavy duty marine lift. The bar with its Star Gaze granite crescent shaped top is stand up height with three bar stools. The bar floor is granite and heated. Cabinetry on either side provides stemware storage behind beveled glass doors. There is a direct pass through to the galley for service items. Loads of additional dry and refrigerated storage is located below the crew quarters in the utility room.

Accessories include:

  • Waterford china  
  • Christofle flatware  
  • Baccarat decanters
  • Crystal stemware all beautifully stored in sea going compartments.
  • An original oil painting is behind the bar.

Owner's Suite

The Owner’s Suite is located aft and spans the full width of the yacht. Center line is the walk around king size bed, with a new memory foam mattress and night stands on either sides. Starboard is a small desk surrounded by book shelves and a variety of drawers. There is computer access for monitoring most wheelhouse functions and access to KVH vsat and internet system. Forward to port is a corner lounge and storage. There are a variety of LED lighting options and port lights with custom leather blinds on either side. There is a full entertainment system including a 47" LED television. Aft to port is a full height cedar lined walk-in closet.

VIP Suite
Just forward from the owner’s suite are the two double guest staterooms. The port side stateroom is larger serving as a VIP suite with a queen walk around berth with night stands on either side. Aft is the ensuite bath with a large stall shower. The marble floor is heated. There is an emergency escape route to the captain’s cabin concealed behind the bed headboard cabinetry which is sealed with a water tight door. Two full height wardrobes offer generous storage space.

Guest Stateroom
The second Guest Stateroom is on the starboard side. Outboard is a twin upper and lower berth arrangement. Storage drawers are below and a night stand is adjacent to the lower berth. Two full height wardrobes offer generous storage. Aft is the ensuite bath with large stall shower. The marble floor is heated.  More storage exists under the elegant curved stairway to the main deck and in the adjacent full height linen closet. This storage area also contains a hatch to access the cofferdam as well as the stabilizer rooms. This hatch also forms part of an emergency escape route. This stair is a work of art with carpeted treads and highly polished stainless bull nosed leading edges. The curved cherry wood hand rail blends in to the surrounding cabinetry. The design creates an atrium effect from the cabin deck.

Day Head
The Day Head is located forward of the main salon and accessed from the main deck central corridor.  The heated floor is finished in granite, matching the main floor as well as the salon border.  The walls and vanity tops are Onyx. To starboard is a deck access door and the stair to the pilot house and upper deck lounge.  To port is the curved stairway to the lower deck owner staterooms.  Forward is the galley interior entry and further is the dining salon and pub style bar.


The Galley is the crew hub. Aft is the cooking area surrounded by granite counter tops. It is designed to go to sea with sea rails, counter tops with edges, fiddles on the stove, etc. The lighting and ventilation is excellent. The range top hood has a circulating fan system. One fan brings the fresh outside air into the galley and the second acts as an exhaust fan. The crew has access to the yacht from the interior door to the central passageway. There is a crew access door to the port side deck making provisioning easy. Forward is the stairway below to the two double crew cabins. In the galley area there is a dinette and the pass thru to the bar and dining area. The granite floor is heated, an asset in colder climates. There is an electronically controlled recessed door that can be used to separate the crew quarters and the galley from the remainder of the yacht. With this door closed the crew has access to the crew quarters, the galley and the outside, while the owner and guests have complete privacy throughout the remainder of the yacht.

The Galley is equipped with the finest equipment, and below is a list of the significant items:

  • Wolf 36 inch glass top 5-burner cook top with sea rails
  • Ventilation hood with lighting (fresh air in and exhaust air out)
  • Miele microwave oven
  • Miele coffee maker
  • Miele oven
  • Miele Dishwasher
  • Broan Trash compactor
  • Double stainless steel sinks with disposal
  • Instant hot water tap
  • Sub Zero refrigerator
  • Sub Zero freezer drawers
  • Superb storage in a variety of drawers and cabinets
  • Granite heated floor
  • All galley glassware, flatware and china are stored in sea going compartments and special holders. 

The Entertainment System is made up of a fully populated Kaleidescape system capable of storing hundreds of movies as well as several thousand CD’s. The system has five players making it possible to watch different movies in five locations simultaneously. The outputs are routed through an Extron A/V switcher making it possible to direct the players as required.  The system also has eight DirecTV satellite receivers.  

Throughout the yacht is iPad controlled. Control screens are available in all common areas. In addition to the audio and video systems, all of the yachts lighting and window blinds are controlled by iPads. All of the cabins, as well as the common areas, use Apple TV.


The Pilot House offers exceptional visibility from twin Stidd electrically adjustable chairs. The starboard chair has a remote auto pilot control integrated into the arm rest. The navigation electronics are placed for easy viewing and offer a variety of display options. Aft is a large crescent shaped sumptuous lounge with a built-in table. This easily seats six or more. The pilothouse is ideally designed for owner involvement in the yacht's operations. Side deck doors lead to the walk around decks and forward to the Portuguese bridge.

In total there are five control stations:  

  • Pilot house
  • Two main deck wing stations
  • Aft deck
  • Sun deck

Boat Deck

The Boat Deck offers a private and sheltered open environment. There is a crescent shaped built-in lounge aft with a large pedestal table. This table has a removable center section for ease of access creating two smaller tables if required.  Separating the sky lounge and the exterior lounge is a large multi-purpose bar and BBQ. The bar houses a stainless steel gas BBQ, dual Sub Zero refrigerated drawer storage, sink and general storage lockers. The bar top is Labrador Blue granite as are the pedestal shelves on either side. An optional retractable sun awning that covers the lounge can be deployed when desired. The Jet Ski is typically mounted in this location especially in heavy sea conditions; however it can be alternatively stored on the swim platform. The decks are teak and the side decks provide an easy walk around including the Portuguese bridge. The design offers a number of options for guests and crew access. Aft starboard is the sheltered stair to the aft deck. On either side are built in storage boxes with lockable water tight lids. 

Built into one of the lockers on the Portuguese bridge in front of the wheelhouse is an electric Glendenning hose reel with fifty feet of hose. This can be used to quickly wash away heavy salt from the wheelhouse windows while underway without struggling with a wash down hose. The cranes which are positioned on either-side provide tender launch options. This entire area is very well protected with high bulwarks topped with gleaming mirror finish polished stainless steel railings.

Sun Deck
The Sun Deck is located above the Pilot House and Sky Lounge. The sun deck offers privacy along with a magnificent panorama. Aft is a raised Jacuzzi style hot tub finished in ceramic tile over the stainless steel tub. On either side are built-in storage boxes with locking lids and forward surround seating.  Centerline there is a twin raised observation lounge that also doubles as a helm seat. Concealed in the forward locker is a helm station that cleverly hinges up for use. The overhead arch offers a variety of lighting options.

  • Mimi M satellite telephone (back-up telephone)
  • Furuno Felcom system (telex and data)
  • 2 Skanti VHF radios with handsets on the sundeck and in the lazarette
  • Skanti SSB transceiver
  • Intellian HD dish
  • Panasonic internal telephone system
  • CCTV system throughout (5 cameras, 3 are pan & tilt plus options for additional cameras)
  • (2) Muir hydraulic windlasses with capstans on the foredeck. The system is fully equipped with Muir chain compressors and devil’s claws
  • (2) Manson polished stainless steel 270 kg anchors
  • Approximately 160 meters of 22 mm stud link stainless steel chain
  • (2) Muir VC-6000 hydraulic mooring capstans on the aft deck
  • Castoldi 18’ RIB inboard 120HP Yanmar diesel, jet driven center console well equipped tender. The tender is complete with sounder, VHF, stereo, etc. **Stored off the boat because the owner uses a 35' tow behind boat and a 15' inflatable.  The deck may be able to be reconfigured to accommodate a larger tender.
  • Retractable fuel fill from the yacht to the tender (lazarette)
  • Removable chocks for jet ski
  • Stainless steel stern anchor manufactured by Manson stored in aft deck compartment
  • Exterior accessed heated wet locker on the starboard main deck

Hydromar hydraulic passerelle. The passerelle is constructed from highly polished stainless steel and is capable of moving 80˚ starboard, 110˚ to port, 10˚down and 20˚ up. It is also designed as a secondary crane for locating the Jet Ski on the swim platform. The passerelle has an eighteen inch step on the end and this step stays level as the passerelle is raised and lowered through its 30˚ degree range. The passerelle also has removable stainless steel railing stanchions on each side. The railing is stored in the lazarette.

(2) 3300# Hydromar hydraulic tender cranes, one on either side of the boat deck. The booms telescope to approximately 16’ and rotate 300˚. The cranes have a 1500KG rating fully extended and are constructed from stainless steel.


Primary AC input power can be any combination of amperage, phase and voltage. The system is adaptable worldwide.


  • 2 x 100 Amp 3-phase up to 500 volts
  • 1 x 100 Amp 3-phase up to 500 volts
  • 1 x Amp single phase
  • 2 x Amp single phase
  • 1 x Amp 3-phase plus 2 x 50 Amp single phase
  • 1 x Amp single phase plus 2 x 50 Amp single phase
  • DC power is 24 volt
  • (4) Mastervolt 24vdc battery chargers
  • (2) Mastervolt Sine Wave Inverters
  • Twin Northern lights 55kW @ 1500rpm 50Hz 400v 3 phase generators in sound boxes.
  • Starboard: 1875 hrs Port: 1857 hrs (10/2010)
  • Dual Racor 500 fuel filters for each generator

Either generator can handle the house loads and have capacity for the zero speed stabilizer operations. The generators are mounted on sliders with flexible connections for fuel, exhaust and water so that they can be moved should maintenance be required on the outboard sides.

There are a variety of shore power electrical adaptors:

  • (2) Glendenning remote control units for the shore power cables
  • Approximately 125’3-phase
  • 100 amp shore cable on each unit
  • Atlas 60 kVA shore power converter
  • Atlas “Ultra” 25 kVA converter for 60 kHz outlets
  • All starting batteries as well as the house batteries are gel cell and replaced in 2013
  • Hydraulic power options are from the main engines or the electrically driven pump Quantum Marine pump
  • Quantum Marine 75 kW hydraulic dual prop proportional bow thruster
  • Quantum QC 1000 zero speed stabilizers
  • Marine Air air-conditioning 4-BTU 28000 compressors each with a soft start
  • Chilled water closed loop system utilizing fan coil units
  • Headhunter biological sewage treatment system
  • Dual pumps for all critical systems, primary and a back-up
  • Most of the pumps are standardized for ease of maintenance
  • (2) Air compressors
  • Johnson Fire Pump with 3 deck hoses
  • Fire pump doubles as a second bilge pump if necessary as well as the anchor wash
  • Village Marine 4.500L per day watermaker mounted in a service drained tray 
  • Sand filter
  • Pre filters
  • Ultra violet sterilization
  • Drinking water and purification system
  • Silver and gold anode bacteria killer
  • Seagull purifier filters for domestic water
  • Headhunter Hydropa pressure water system fitted with double primary pumps and a third backup pump
  • Central vacuum system
  • (2) each Miele clothes washers and dryers
  • Heavy duty marine lifts for the televisions
  • Ventilation system with a controlled fresh air mixer to exchange a regulated percentage of fresh air. The outside air makeup can either be heated or cooled as required.
  • CCTV cameras in critical locations.
  • Combination of various line sizes and lengths.
  • A variety of fenders for almost any situation.
  • Custom fender hooks by Mega Fender sized to fit all of the various railings and docking situations.
  • Custom megafend aft deck tender fenders
  • Custom megafend paddle board storage rack
  • Custom DMP Radio Zeeland integrated navigational and monitoring system
  • (6) 17” flat screen displays
  • Eco 510 Seapilot with a number of input options i.e. Fluxgate, Gyro, Solid State Gyro, NMEA or Aux which in this case is the input from the Rate of Turn Pilot.
  • Eco rate of turn pilot
  • Eco pilot follow up
  • Eco 130 Anemometer
  • Eco 120 Ecosounder with 2 transducers, aft and forward
  • RZ 347 fluxgate compass
  • Furuno ‘X’ band radar
  • Furuno ‘S’ band radar

With the radar setup on Beothuk it is possible to select the “X” band scanner to the “S” band processor electronics and display and vise versa. This provides maximum flexibility and redundancy between the two radar systems.

  • MX 420 Navigation system with AES and electronic gyro.
  • Furuno Fish Finder
  • Furuno NX-700 Weather Fax
  • Anschutz digital SD 22 gyro compass
  • A cathode protection sensor is installed in the hull and monitored through the DMP system.
  • (2) Independent Nobletec Max Pro navigation systems on separate computers.
  • Windshield wipers and washing system
  • Port side chart drawers and chart table.
  • Remote control for the water maker system.
  • Carlisle & Finch Search Light with pan tilt and focus.
  • (4) Kahlenberg Horns with automatic controls and sequencer built in the dashboard.

Two Stork Quant throttle controls and three steering locations: The rate of Turn Pilot is located on the Arm of the Helm Seat. The watch stander allows the Main Pilot to operate the vessel from the small dash control or select the ship's wheel in the centerline of the console to steer from this location when any position other than NEMA is selected. This center location has its own Stork Quant throttle control in close proximity to the steering wheel. There is also a backup to the electronic Stork Quant control providing the operator the option to bypass the electronics and control the engines directly. 

Ships systems monitoring (Mimic) panels give a graphic representation of the vessel including a visual indication of all pumps when running, smoke and fire detectors, outside temperature, wind speed and direction of the vessel, bilge high water alarms and navigation lights. If the navigation lights fail the indicator on this panel will blink indicating the location of the fault. These are all displayed in the six overhead panels which monitor over 800 points throughout the yacht.

  • Built-in tool box containing a generous selection of standard and non-standard tools
  • Stainless steel workbench with vice
  • Twin air compressors along with compressed air storage tank and compressed air outlets, there is also a compressed air outlet in the locker on the Foredeck.
  • Wash hand sink
  • Extensive storage
  • Easy access to steering gear
  • Bauer dive compressor complete with soft start, manifold and 6 tanks
  • Dive equipment storage
  • Remote refueling hose for the tender (2)100 Amp 3 phase input 60 kVA Atlas. The inputs to this unit can be any combination of single phase, 3 phase, single 100 Amps, dual 100 Amps, or there are two Atlas Smart Boxes that can also receive up to four 50 Amp plugs. There are pig tails and connections for all possible combinations.
  • 25 kVA Atlas 60 Hz unit.
  • Gel cell house batteries, New in 2013
  • Stainless Steel remote power cable storage drums units are connected to the Glendenning’s.
  • Stainless Steel telephone cable and Cable TV cable storage drum  are connected to the Glendenning system.
  • Glendenning hose reel and hose for filling the fresh water tank from the Swim Platform location.
  • Underwater ROV robot with a 200’ theater. The ROV has an onboard color camera, a remote control mechanical grabber as well as underwater lighting.

The air conditioned engine room, a work of art, is finished in high gloss epoxy white paint, polished stainless steel and chrome with carpeted floor over easily removable diamond plate powered coated aluminum flooring, exceptional lighting in a configuration that will please the most fastidious engineer lights the area.

  • Twin Caterpillar C18 DI-TA main engines rated 600 hp at 1800 rpm (B level rating
  • Dual Racor 1000 fuel filters for each engine

  • Advance Diesel Engine Management II engine control system

  • Caterpillar monitoring system integrated into the on board DMP system

  • Twin Disc 4:1 reverse/reduction gears with trolling valves

  • Vulkan Vulastik elastic coupling between engine and gear box

  • Commercial quality oil bath shafts, which have the oil levels measured by the DMP monitoring System

  • 5-blade high skewed propellers

  • Two sea chests cross-connected and configured for ease of cleaning

  • Village Marine oily bilge water separator

  • Alfa Laval fuel polishing system

  • Fresh and waste oil tanks

  • Engine room fuel manifold that is easily understood as well as the fuel trip pump

  • FM200 fire suppression system
  • Blue Tooth noise suppression headphones enable communications with the machinery in operation. 

A number of high quality sensors provide a visual LED readout of such functions as the engine backpressure, the flow rate and temperature of the sea water on the primary side of the plate heat exchanger and the glycol flow rate and temperature on the secondary side of the plate heat exchanger. The same sensors monitor the supply and return temperature of the fluid as it leaves the engine room and goes to the primary side of the Air Conditioning system located in the pump room. The pump room has sensors that monitor the secondary supply and return. The outputs from all of the sensors are then monitored through the DMP system.

New oil & waste oil pumps plumbed to each of the main engines, generators and transmissions measure the flow and is monitor it through the DMP system - both new and waste oil tanks are plumbed to the exterior fuel fill locker where it is possible to fill new oil and pump out waste oil.     

Battery transfer box gives the option to transfer batteries from any piece of machinery to another piece of machinery or to utilize the house batteries for starting batteries in an emergency.  

The Alfa Laval titanium plate heat exchanger system is utilized for cooling the engine room air and the air conditioning compressors. Glycol is circulated; salt water does not enter the  equipment itself. The plate heat exchanger is protected from marine growth by an electronic cathode protection system referred to as the Magic Growth system. The system has five year electrically charged copper and aluminum anodes in each of the two sea chests. A spare set of anodes for each sea chest is included. 

Engine room ventilation and cooling is handled from a proportional fan system capable of maintaining the space with machinery in operation at approximately 2˚above sea water temperature. The temperature is electronically controlled by the H&H monitoring system the same system also monitors and controls the Engine Room positive air pressure while underway.


Starboard Engine: 6500 Hours
Port Engine: 6500 Hours

Starboard Generator: 7314.8
Port Generator: 6587.3


The Sky Lounge is aft and down a couple of steps. A centrally positioned desk is forward and part of the cabinetry so that it blends into the environment. On top of the book cabinets separating the wheelhouse from the lounge is a beautiful work of art by Medina. There are two 15” computer displays (8 computer displays in total including those in the pilot house) offering a variety of options together with the Furuno Navtex and Felcom displays. Built into the cabinetry are controls for both the X and S band radars. These radar controls are in addition to the principal helm operational stations.

An iPad controls the lighting and entertainment in addition to the built-in control panels. The area has its own on board personal computer that is connected to the KVH VSAT system. Built into the adjacent table is the printer. On the starboard side is a comfortable built-in settee upholstered in blue and white stripes. The white carpeting is surrounded with a granite border. The port side cabinetry affords storage, a hiding place for the 42” LED television and a two drawer Sub Zero beverage locker. The wheelhouse lounge also has its own Miele coffee maker (same as the Galley unit). On both sides and aft, large windows provide a pleasant, open atmosphere. The aft corner windows are curved, dramatically opening the Sky Lounge to the outside environment. The side windows have adjustable Hunter Douglas Silhouette motorized blinds. There is a view in virtually every direction. Aft is the door to the boat deck and the upper sun deck stairway.  

  • Ample space is provided for tank cleaning and maintenance access.
  • Diesel: approximately 12,500 US gallons in 8 tanks
  • Lube Oil: approximately 1,015 US Gallons in 2 tanks (used and new)
  • Fresh Water: approximately 2,260 US Gallons
  • Grey Water: approximately 775 US gallons
  • Black Water: (polypropylene) If the black water tank is used or if the Headhunter is pumped into the holding tank the option is there to pump the black water tank overboard or there is a deck pump out in the forward dodger.
REFIT 2013

A.   Converted the entire boat to HD, added new TV sets, satellite antenna and crestron converter.           
B.   Added a flir camera and upgraded nav computers and distribution.           
C.   Stabilizers were serviced with new hydraulic rams and ram bearings.           
D.   Shaft work was performed by Advanced Mechanical with a clean vibration survey.           
E.   Spot zero added for spot free rinsing.          
F.   $25,000 of new batteries purchased.          
G.   Added new KVH mini VSAT.           
H.   Whole new network is now aboard.          
I.    Extensive electrical upgrades preformed by Wards Marine Electric.           
J.    Teak decks sanded.            
K.   Anchor pockets and anchor were extensively polished.            
L.   Serviced generators and main engines with valve adjustment and heat exchanger and after 
       cooler cleaning.               
M.  A complete interior and partial exterior decor upgrade was completed in November 2013, including 
       carpets, fabrics, and soft goods as shown in the photos.            

Fuel Consumption actual Transatlantic Crossing:  Netherlands to Newfoundland
3,054 NM, 300 Hrs, average speed 10.2 knots
Total fuel burn 32,500 Hrs  - 8585.5 gallons

Average fuel burn for trip 10.64 NM 2.8 gal/NM

Note: at 8.2 knots, theoretical fuel consumption is about 1/2 and range is doubled, depending on wind direction and sea conditions.

BEOTHUK is offered for sale because owner has a change of plans.

Following purchase in 2013, the owner performed extensive service of mechanical and electrical systems and then did several East Coast  (Florida to Maine), Bahamas and Caribbean trips.

The Dining Room has been coverted into a gymnasium, but can easily be restored back to a Dining Room.

The Captain for the above trips has previously traveled 90,000 miles on another Vripack Expedition vessel and is very knowledgable about the Dick Boon/Vripack systems.  He is available for a transition period following the purchase of BEOTHUK to assist a new Owner/Buyer to learn the vessel.

First class paint job from top the bottom in the fall of 2014 with 90% of the hardware removed.
Bottom sandblasted and new barrier coat and bottom paint in 2015.

Seriously offered for sale in the best condition, since new.

Replaced air handler blowers & some fan coil units

Reseamed and sanded teak decks so they look like new again

Serviced oil bath shafts

Painted bottom and applied prop speed to propellers

Owner’s personal effects (artwork and his Christofle kitchen / houseware).

A sale inventory will be supplied at the time of an acceptable offer.

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Aft Dining
Aft Dining
Aft Deck
Former Dining Room
Exercise Room
Twin Stateroom
Crew Foyer
Twin Crew Stateroom
Engine Room
Engine Room