Longe Range Cruiser (LRC),
easy to operate and
comfortable to live on

LRC58 #5 BUILD

Turning the hull

LRC58 #5 was succesfully turned on January 25.

FEBRUARY 2020

February 2020

February 2020

Engine room, ducting and carpentry.

JANUARY 2020

January 2020

January 2020

Engine room and carpentry

DECEMBER 2019

December 2019

December 2019

Sandblasting, isolating, carpentry hall and varnishing

NOVEMBER 2019

November 2019

November 2019

Isolating, tailgate and carpentry

OCTOBER 2019

October 2019

October 2019

Alu work, galley cabinetry, move to the carpentry shed

SEPTEMBER 2019

September 2019

September 2019

Stern anchor prep, Cabinetry

JUNE-AUGUST 2019

June-Aug 2019

June-Aug 2019

Details, Cupboard, Main Engines

MAY 2019

May 2019

May 2019

Details

APRIL 2019

April 2019

April 2019

Details and third cabin.

MARCH 2019

March 2019

March 2019

Wheelhouse taking shape

FEBRUARY 2019

February 2019

February 2019

Foredeck, water- and dieseltank, aft cabin, start of wheelhouse, cockpit and exterior

JANUARY 2019

January 2019

January 2019

Hull plating finished

DECEMBER 2018

December 2018

December 2018

Hull plating almost finished

NOVEMBER 2018

November 2018

November 2018

Sheets are curved, building up the bottom, engine mounts have been welded and welding the propellor tunnel

OCTOBER 2018

October 2018

October 2018

Stern gets its shape

SEPTEMBER 2018

September 2018 part 3

September 2018 part 3

Part of the cut aluminium

September 2018 part 2

September 2018 part 2

Frame propellor tunnel

September 2018 part 1

September 2018 part 1

Stern frames, foreship frames and bow

AUGUST 2018

August 2018 part 3

August 2018 part 3

Stern frame with two propeller tunnels

August 2018 part 2

August 2018 part 2

Ship’s drawing, frames drawing and frame drawing full size

August 2018 part 1

August 2018 part 1

Part of the fore deck, fore ship frames and stern ship frames

JULY 2018

July 2018

July 2018

Parts of the cut aluminium

JUNE 2018

Jun 2018

Jun 2018

Aluminium sheets as a base for a LRC58 and one of the yard’s cutting table

Artnautica Europe is actively involved in the construction and
fitting out of the Dutch built LRC58 passagemakers as designed by Dennis Harjamaa (NZ)

Contact us if you are interested in technical or pricing information

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