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Doggersbank 67' Offshore present at the Hiswa In-Water Boat Show

With the Doggersbank 67’ Offshore by Altena and Vripack, the legend is brought back to international seas.

From the 31st of August until the 4th of September 2022, the Batavia Haven will be the setting for the Hiswa te Water. The largest in-water boat show in Northern Europe. Altena Yachting will be present representing the Doggersbank 67’ Offshore at booth I10.

About the legendary Doggersbank 67’ Offshore

Diminutive yet robust, with greater space and interior volume than other comparable sized explorers, the Doggersbank 67’ Offshore is ideally positioned for solo sailors or adventurous couples looking to strike out on their next seagoing voyage. Easy to self-pilot and boasting ample deck space, including room for a 16' / 5.00m tender and al fresco dining, the boat has an ergonomically designed interior capable of accommodating six guests in three elegant lower deck cabins, including two full-beam doubles. The pre-engineered build package affords an additional layer of convenience, reducing construction lead times for a proven design. For those looking for greater autonomy at sea beyond the model’s standard 1,750nm range, there is the option to equip the boat with a larger tank capacity to accommodate specified cruising requirements.

The Hiswa te Water Boat Show 2022

The International Boat Show that will be held from 31 August to 4 September in Lelystad is completely sold out for exhibitors! Over 330 boats will have their place in the Batavia Haven during the Boat Show 2022

There is no shortage of spectacular boats on show. A special jetty in the Batavia Haven will be home to numerous super-luxury motor yachts from the very highest segment. At the other end of the spectrum, there are many budget boats such as sloops, inflatables and console boats. Thanks to the outboard pavilions, lovers of fast motorboats will find plenty to enjoy. This year, there is also a surprisingly large selection of sailing boats and sailing catamarans. The current trend is 'electric sailing' and examples of this can be seen everywhere at the Show.

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