Cannes Boatshow, 10-15 september 2019

In 2019, the Yachting Festival will bring together all sailing boats, monohulls and multihulls in a single dedicated and fitted port. With more than 100 sailing boats in Port Canto, the Yachting Festival will be the world’s largest in-water exhibition of large sailing boats, offering the best experience for sailing enthusiasts and buyers. The new RSC1900 is presented for the first time during this show. The boat can be visited at stand number SAIL173.

RSC1900 launched

The RSC1900 (design no. 172) is floating and will be rigged soon and prepared for the Cannes boat show. It has become an impressive boat, which is beautifully finished. The aluminum hull was built by Bloemsma Aluminiumbouw and the interior was made by Van der Meijden Luxury Interiors.

RSC1900 almost finished

The RSC1900 is nearing completion. The RSC1900 will be launched this summer. the interior is being finalized at the moment.

RSC1900 / Yachting World Article

In the last Yachting World there is a beautiful article about the RSC1900. The RSC1900 is located at Bloemsma in Makkum and the installation work is currently being done. The interior has been prefabricated by the Van der Meijden Luxury Interiors B.V.


RSC1900 / Aluminium construction finished

Bij Bloemsma in Makkum is de laatste hand gelegd aan het casco van de RSC1900. De komende weken wordt de boot gespoten en dan wordt het prefab interieur geplaatst. De afgelopen weken heeft Sea Independent BV in Hoorn de verkoop van de RSC1900 op zich genomen. Sea Independent heeft een wereldwijd netwerk met kantoren op alle continenten.

De bouw van de tweede RSC1900 gaat binnenkort van start.

Bloemsma Jachtbouw started RSC1900 project

Bloemsma Jachtbouw started, in Makkum, the building of the aluminium hull.


RSC1900 construction started

Bloemsma Aluminiumbouw BV in Makkum started the building of the alumnium RSC1900 (design 172). The complete 3d construction, including spareholes and all construction details is delivered to the yard.


Update, June 2016

At the moment we’re working on the RSC1900 (design 172). The RSC1900 is a 19.00 meter aluminium sailing yacht. The client came with the concept and made the interior design. We’re doing the naval architecture and the whole construction. The RSC1900 is designed for the MED and has a furling mast, a captive winch for the mainsheet, a selftacking jib and  a dinghy storage. This summer the client will choose the boatyard, which is going to build this yacht.

For a dutch boatyard we’re designing a new polyester 37ft daysailer (design 175). The first drawings are ready and next month the yard will start to build it. As soon as the yard will publish the pictures, we will show you this spectacular concept.

Update, April 2016

A long time we didn’t post any news on the website. And there was so much news, that we didn’t have time to make some articles. In the first months of 2016 we finished the designs of the two orion’s, which are built in Franeker. We also started the design of a 19 meter aluminium sailing yacht and also finished the design of a 6.20 m composite daysailer for the Chineese lakes. At least we have to design a composite 36ft and 38ft sailing yacht for a dutch client.

Project 169-Orion49 / The first aluminium casco is almost fininshed. At the moment the daggerboard and rudders are placed and the yard is finishing the last details in the hull and deck.

Project 170-DF20 / In China are the moulds for a 20ft daysailer almost finished. This summer the prototype will be launched.

Project 173-Orion 49 / The hull of the second Orion will be built at the moment. The differences between the Orion’s are the transom, cockpit, deck, deckhouse and interior. Hull, keel, rudders and rigging are the same for the two boats.

Project 172-RS1900 / We’re designing a 19.00m aluminium sailing yacht for a dutch client. The client delivered the sketches of the exterior in a 2d Rhino-file and designed the interior in 3d himself. We designed and calculated the exterior, construction, keel, rudder and rigging.

Project 175 and 176 / At the moment we’re making the first sketches for the 36ft and 38ft composite daysailers.