2004 Van Dam Nordia 66 Cruiser – NOW SOLD


Grabau International is delighted to announce its successful sale of the 2004 Van Dam Nordia 66 Cruiser ‘SEAHORN’.


SEAHORN is a most remarkable yacht. The result of a collaboration between one of Holland’s finest yards, and her original most experienced owner, she was conceived and built regardless of cost for serious cruising. She is easy to handle, so crew are not required, yet there is ample space on deck and below. The attention to detail is astonishing.

Originally launched in the spring of 2004, she was sold into her present ownership in 2006 after her original owner decided to go larger. During her present ownership she has been based exclusively in the Mediterranean, spending her time in the Balearics, Tyrrhenian, Ionian, Adriatic and Aegean seas. Benefitting from extensive refits in Mallorca and Corfu.

Her specification highlights are many and include:-
• Master cabin aft layout with twin guest cabins
• Cherry interior joinery
• Full hydraulic furling rig with in-mast fuling, twin genoa furling and staysail furling
• Lewmar hydraulic winch package
• New teak deck – 2013
• New hull topsides paint – 2013
• New rig paint – 2013
• Aluminium hull and superstructure construction
• 2.15m draft lead encapsulated keel
• Skeg-hung rudder
• Perkins M225 6-cylinder diesel engine
• Onan 13.5kw diesel generator
• Mastervolt battery chargers, inverter and isolation transfomer
• SeaRecovery Aqua Whisper 220vAC watermaker
• Clima air-conditioning system
• Webasto diesel-fired hot-air cabin heating system
• Vacuum fresh-water heads system
• Updated B&G navigation instruments with Zeus & Vulcan plotters, 4G radar and AIS
• Sailor Fleetbroadband satellite communications
• Fridge and freezers
• Hydraulic passarelle
• Hydraulic anchor windlass with twin anchors
• Twin hydraulic aft mooring windlasses
• Davits
• Zar Mini 12 RIB with 15hp outboard


The Van Dam Nordia shipyard, based in Holland and located on a historic site with shipbuilding stretching back to 1600, was a family owned and run business. The Van Dam family designed, engineers and constructed a fleet of legendary ocean cruising yachts with the simple objective – Building custom yachts to the highest quality standards possible, using over 125yrs of combined experience.

Under the leadership of Naval Architect Robert Van Dam and Chief designer Robin Ten Hoope a number of the world’s most recognisable yachts such as:-
• 100’ Traditional “Psyrax”
• 95’ Cruiser “Constance”
• 80’ Traditional “Ophira V”
• 75’ Cruiser “Pamina”
• 70’ Performance Cruiser “Marmalade of Manchester”
• 66’ Cruiser “Quicksilver V” (now SEAHORN)
• 66’ Cruiser “Namoussa VIII”
• 55’ Cruiser “Lahaina III”

Van Nordia Yachts were not only recognised for their benchmark build-quality, but also for their outstanding design.

We wish her new owners fair winds and following seas.


For those that missed out, Grabau International has a number of other similar yachts available for sale including:

Van Dam Nordia 70 PC – full details here

Solaris 72 DH – full details here

Kanter 66 Ketch – full details here

Hallberg-Rassy 64 – full details here

Gianetti Star 64 – full details here

Mystic 60 – full details here

Robert Perry 60 – full details here

Do you have a yacht like this to sell? Grabau International are always looking for new high quality cruising yacht listings both in the UK and internationally. For further information about our tailored brokerage services, please look here or feel free to contact us.

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