Custom Modern Classic Schooner
133' / 40.5m

Cannes France
NAEMA is unique in the fleet of classic yachts. The high bulwarks, the large cockpit protected by the deck house makes her very safe at sea and under sails. She is an ideal family boat even with young children. She is small enough to anchor in small bays and big enough to cross oceans. She is near-p
Flag of Registry: United Kingdom
Steel Hull
Vessel ID# 2793304
$6,533,100 USD
€5,950,000 Euros
CA$8,701,155 CAD
£5,229,412 GBP

Data Sheet
LOA 133' (40.5 meters)
Type sail
Year 2006
Beam 22'
Draft Max 14'
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Steel

Engine 1

I D 127046
Engine Make MAN
Engine Model D2866 LXE40 294kW
Engine Type Inboard
Power HP 390.00
Power KW 290.82
Fuel Type Diesel
Hours 4562.00

Generator 1

I D 7697
Generator Make KOHLER
Generator Model 28EFOZD
Generator KW 28.00

Generator 2

I D 7698
Generator Make KOHLER
Generator Model 28EFOZD
Generator KW 28.00


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Hank Halsted

Senior Yacht Broker
91 Long Wharf
Newport Rhode Island 02840 United States
Cell: +1 401 965 3256

Northrop & Johnson Senior Yacht Broker Hank Halsted has been a sailor virtually all his life. In fact, the day he was born his mother had to be rowed ashore from the family cruising boat and taken to the hospital. After years as a professional captain of yachts of all descriptions on both sides of the Atlantic, Hank became a service manager for Hinckley Yachts. He managed the brokerage and later moved to Newport, Rhode Island as a partner in Hinckley Newport and Hinckley Marine Insurance. In 1997, Hank and his partner, Bruce Leffers, purchased Northrop & Johnson, Newport. Hank has enjoyed a good measure of success as an offshore sailor, winning the Bermuda one and two single-handed race from Newport to Bermuda and doublehanded return. He participated as captain or navigator in 17 Newport-to-Bermuda races (six doublehanded), eight Marblehead-Halifax races, winning the 1998 IMS division as navigator.

A member of the Storm Trysail Club, Cruising Club of America and the New York Yacht Club, Hank is deeply involved in the professional development of yachting. He served as President of the Yacht Architects and Brokers Association and on the Board of Directors. He also is a founding board member of the International Yacht Council. Hank published more than 100 articles on boat handling and seamanship in a monthly column in Motorboating and Sailing Magazine. He also is published in Yachting, Cruising World and Passage Maker. Hank served for 20 years as an offshore safety inspector for the Marion Bermuda Race and Newport Bermuda Race, and presently is Co-Chairman of the Qualifications Committee for the Newport Bermuda Race.

Hank is a managing partner of the Newport and St. Barths Bucket Regattas and has served as racing helmsman for the 131-foot Ketch VICTORIA OF STRATHEARN, 152-foot Perini Navi ANDROMEDA La Dea, 148-foot Perini Navi HELIOS and the Swan 112-foot HIGHLAND BREEZE.

Hank is pleased to share his wealth of experience regarding yachts, the offshore environment and the intricacies of the marine industry with his clients; the vast majority of whom, become close friends.