The 57-meter long Fleurtje, launched by De Vries Lentsch of Netherlands in 1960, has been breathtakingly sailing deep blue ever since. Carrying the initial name of ‘Carita’ during its production, ‘Fleurtje’ which is pronounced as ‘flur-tee’ means ‘small flower’ in Dutch. Presently operating as a subsidiary of Feaship, De Vries Lentsch previously built some famous yachts under its own name. Such as the Green Dragon, which was launched for Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands in 1957. As for its 57-meter length, Fleurtje can accommodate 12 guests and nine crewmembers at the same time. With its classic-look today as she did nearly six decades ago and as expected of her original era, teak lines the walls from room to room. Marble, on the other hand, characterizes the en suite baths.
Been listed for about USD 10 million by Compass International, Fleurtje cruises in the Mediterranean currently.