Hoek Brokerage & Hoek Design Naval Architects

Grote Kerkstraat 23, 1135 BC Edam

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Niels Hoek Niels



Esther Lapere



Andre Hoek

Ruurt Meulemans

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Boats and Yachts
  • 01.01  Sailing Boats & Yachts
  • 01.01.03  Sailing Yachts / Cabin Boats (Sail)
  • 01  Boats and Yachts
  • 01.03  Megayachts
  • 01.03.01  Megayachts (sail)
  • 04  Services
  • 04.01  Information / Construction / Services
  • 04.01.01  Naval Architects / Boat and Yacht Designers
  • 04  Services
  • 04.01  Information / Construction / Services
  • 04.01.03  Experts / Surveyors / Engineering Consultant's Offices

Experts / Surveyors / Engineering Consultant's Offices

  • 04  Services
  • 04.05  Marine Tourism and Charter
  • 04.05.01  Sailingboat Charter
  • 04  Services
  • 04.06  Brokering / Dealing
  • 04.06.01  Yacht Brokers

Our products

Product category: Sailing Yachts / Cabin Boats (Sail), Megayachts (sail), Naval Architects / Boat and Yacht Designers, Sailingboat Charter, Yacht Brokers

Hoek Design Athos - 203' - 2010

Athos is the largest privately-owned schooner to date and now available for sale!

The giant schooner Athos, with an overall length of 203 feet and a length over deck of 184 feet, was launched in 2010 at Holland Jachtbouw to considerable acclaim. The design was subject to tank tests with various keels and rudders on a 1:10 scale - an actual 19-foot model was used - as well as extensive wind tunnel tests. Thanks to these preparations, Athos has a graceful aero and hydrodynamic shape, with a deep-V hull, shallow draught keel and integrated centreboard configuration. Computational Fluid Dynamics calculations determined the optimal keel shape details and centreboard position. The rig features furling booms, carbon spars, fibre rigging and captive winches on sheets and halyards, making her almost fully pushbutton-operated.

Athos’ 11-metre beam will allow for an enormous amount of interior volume, including a private owner’s cockpit and deckhouse, four guest cabins, a main deckhouse with a formal dining and lounge area and five crew cabins. Other interior highlights include a large walk-in fridge freezer, a separate control room including a captain’s/engineer office directly connected to the engineers cabin, a large laundry area and direct access from the control room into the engine room.

Some of the unique features of Athos are standing headroom in her engine room under the main salon and double main engines driving controllable pitch propellers. Integrated side platforms constitute ideal landing possibilities for dinghies, while large deck lockers provide storage for two 29-er sailboats, two Optimists, two motorbikes, scuba gear and a fly boat.

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Product category: Sailing Yachts / Cabin Boats (Sail), Megayachts (sail), Naval Architects / Boat and Yacht Designers, Experts / Surveyors / Engineering Consultant's Offices, Sailingboat Charter, Yacht Brokers

Hoek Design Adele – 180′ – 2005

The owner of this sen­sa­tional 180-foot ketch was at­tracted by the con­cept of hav­ing a sep­a­rate aft sec­tion of the boat all to him­self, in­clud­ing a state­room, deck­house and cock­pit. The state­room it­self is huge, and in­cludes walk-in clos­ets and a mag­nif­i­cent bath­room. Adele still has ample space for four guest suites, four crew cab­ins and some lovely re­lax­ation areas. Her dual-pur­pose de­sign - ex­plor­ing re­mote areas and recre­ational rac­ing - in­volved an ex­ten­sive amount of re­search. The hull, keel and rud­der were rig­or­ously tank tested, with five dif­fer­ent keels being ex­am­ined, and the sail plan was ex­ten­sively wind tun­nel tested. Launched in 2005, Adele has an alu­minium hull, a fin keel with bulb and a rud­der with fixed skeg. She was com­pleted at Vit­ters to ABS and MCA re­quire­ments. The in­te­rior de­sign, ex­te­rior styling and all naval ar­chi­tec­ture work was car­ried out by our of­fice with MCM act­ing as owner' s rep­re­sen­ta­tive.
Adele has won the In­ter­na­tional Su­pery­acht De­sign Award, the World Su­pery­acht Award, and the Show­boat Award 2006. This hat trick had never pre­vi­ously been achieved by an­other yacht in a sin­gle year. The book Ex­plor­ing with Adele (avail­able via info@hoekdesign.com) out­lines the Arc­tic and Antarc­tic trav­els of the yacht in the first two years.

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Product category: Sailing Yachts / Cabin Boats (Sail), Megayachts (sail), Naval Architects / Boat and Yacht Designers, Experts / Surveyors / Engineering Consultant's Offices, Sailingboat Charter, Yacht Brokers

Hoek Design TC 68 Schwanensee II – 2008

Schwanensee II is the fifth Truly Classic 65 to be built with a customised interior and high tech rig package. Her hull was built by Holland Jachtbouw in the Netherlands and the yacht was finished by Metur Yachts, a specialised yard in Bodrum, Turkey.

Built for experienced owners, Schwanensee II has a very high specification throughout, with immaculate joinery work,
carbon spars by Southern Spars, rod rigging and North spectra sails to name a few. Technically she is also
exceptionally well equipped with a Volvo 6 cylinder main engine driving a maxprop folding propeller, a
DC generator and Spectra watermakers. There is air-conditioning in the main accommodation areas.

With a draft of 2.35 metres, Schwanensee II was designed to cruise shallow waters. Her tall sail plan with carbon spars means she is a very powerful and sturdy sailing yacht that performs really well in both light and heavy winds.
Specific attention was paid to sail the yacht shorthanded. Single line reef systems, a parkavenue boom, electric
winches and furler facilitate this.

The interior and deck layout are optimised with the experience gained in the other 20-plus Truly Classics built to date. Schwanensee II has a deckhouse with dining table and nav station, two guest cabins aft and an owner’s suite forward. Her main saloon is designed as a lounge area with comfortable sofa and built-in armchairs.

The interior styling is to a high level of detail. Classic but with modern touches, stand-out features include leather floors with stainless steel trims, wood carving artwork in the main bulkhead of the saloon and whitewashed Oregon ceilings. Schwanensee II's varnished teak interior is treated with a Sayerlack system giving the wood a bare, natural look.

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About us

Company details

Hoek Brokerage & Hoek Design Naval Architects

Hoek Brokerage; A distinctive approach

Initially set up as a service for existing clients, Hoek Brokerage has branched out to achieve international renown in the niche yachts developed by Hoek Design Naval Architects. A Close partnership with the design office gives Hoek Brokerage a privileged position in five specific areas:

  • Yachts from the boards of Hoek Design, constructed around the world
  • The current yachts of owners who are developing a new project with Hoek Design
  • Truly Classic Yacht
  • Premium classic or semi-classic yachts that meet the Hoek Design philosophy
  • The chartering of Hoek designed yachts

Insider information
Hoek Brokerage delivers a dedicated and tailor-made service, leveraging on our personal expertise and insider knowledge of the Hoek-designed yachts and their respective owners.
Moreover, our in-depth know-how regarding the yacht design and building process is available to discerning clients.

The dual added value provided by Hoek Brokerage can be summed up as:
  • Insider information on the performance and qualities of the yachts we sell
  • A comprehensive understanding of the niche market that Hoek Design has created in this type of sailing yacht.
Rich experience
The team has a rich experience in the design and building process and has sailed most yachts built to a Hoek Design. Moreover, an intimate knowledge of other yachts built at the many yards known to Hoek Design and Hoek Brokerage is offered.

Hoek design Naval Architects
Founded in 1986 by Andre Hoek, Hoek De­sign is today one of the world’s lead­ing of­fices for yacht de­sign, naval ar­chi­tec­ture and en­gi­neer­ing. Based at the heart of the Dutch yacht build­ing in­dus­try, it of­fers a com­pre­hen­sive range of styles, from truly clas­sic to ul­tra-mod­ern.
Su­perbly bal­anced with top per­for­mances to match, all our yachts are cre­ated by a highly ex­pe­ri­enced team using the lat­est de­sign tools. And they all share that dis­tinc­tive and el­e­gant Hoek look.

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