Eksklusiv båtferie på en Linssen

Ønsker du å leie en Linssen motoryacht? Det kan du gjøre med Linssen Boating Holidays®-partnere på mange steder i Europa.

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I vårt stadig raskere samfunn er stadig flere unge mennesker overbevist om at sakte betyr bærekraftig, sakte betyr livskvalitet, sakte betyr tid for barna, sakte betyr å nyte livet fullt ut, sakte betyr stressfri, sakte betyr rikdom av reneste slag!

Kombinasjonen av europeiske Linssen-charterselskaper under Linssen Boating Holidays®-merket er i dag den største leverandøren av høykvalitets motoryachter i denne sektoren i Europa. Dette betyr at et stort utvalg av førsteklasses Linssen stålmotoryachter er tilgjengelig for våre kunder her i de beste vannsportregionene.

Du kan derfor leie din pålitelige yacht fra alle LBH-partnerne og dra nytte av jevnt høye standarder for kvalitet og service. Du vil også beholde din vanlige kunderabatt hos alle leverandørene.

Destinasjoner

Linssen Boating Holidays® er et nettverk av uavhengige charterpartnere. For øyeblikket kan du velge mellom følgende land/regioner:

The Netherlands
Friesland

The Netherlands
Noord-Brabant/ Zeeland

The Netherlands
Noord-Holland
Amsterdam

Belgium
Meuse lakes Belgium & Dutch canals

Germany
Müritz, Berlin, Mecklenburg-Brandenburg Lake District

Germany
Müritz-Mecklenburg - Havel - Berlin - Potsdam

Germany
Saar and Moselle to French Canals

Norway
Oslo Fjords

Finland
Lake Saimaa

United Kingdom | River Thames

Ireland | River Shannon

France | Canal du Midi

France
Burgundy

Switzerland
Neuchâtel, Bienne and Morat

Selvkjørende båtferier

Å leie en Linssen motoryacht hos en av Linssen Boating Holidays®-partnerne er en fin måte å starte båteventyret på. Selv om du aldri har vært på en motoryacht før, trenger du ikke bekymre deg. Linssen-yachter i stål, er "sakte cruising" fortrengningsyachter. Charterpartneren vil instruere deg hvordan du håndterer din Linssen-yacht og hvordan systemene om bord fungerer. Hvis du er usikker eller tviler på din erfaring, kan en kort leksjon arrangeres.

Med en komfortabel marsjfart på rundt 6-8 knop eller 11-15 km/t (avhengig av hvilken yacht du velger), går live veldig sakte. Du har tid til å nyte naturen, kulturen og omgivelsene fra en posisjon du aldri har sett: fra vannet.

Gå til Linssen Boating Holidays®-nettsiden og bestill båtferien din i dag.

Type yachter

Hvilken type båt trenger jeg?
Hvilken Linssen-båt du kan leie avhenger av tilgjengeligheten hos charterpartneren i en bestemt region. Båtene de har kommer i forskjellige lengder og bjelker. Linssen-yachter er fra 30 – 50 fot, eller 9,70 x 16 meter. En større yacht vil ha flere lugarer (flere soveplasser) og vil ofte ha mer boareal og teknisk utstyr om bord.

AC eller SEDAN?
Generelt sett kan yachter deles inn i to typer: AC-yachten og SEDAN-yachten. Fotografiet og tilhørende layout nedenfor viser to identiske Linssen-yachter, når det gjelder lengde. Yachten til venstre er en AC-type og den til høyre er en SEDAN. Dette eksemplet er for en yacht i 40-45 fot (13-14 m) segmentet og har tre lugarer (AC) eller to lugarer (Sedan). Linssen 30 fot (10 m) og 35 fot (11 m) segmentyachter har to (AC) og en (Sedan) lugar.

1. Forward cabin with double bed, cupboards and storage space 

1. Forward cabin with double bed, cupboards and storage space 

2. Second guest cabin* to port; toilet and shower to starboard. The toilet can be reached from the forward cabin and, for guests, from the corridor. 

2. Second guest cabin* to port; toilet and shower to starboard. The toilet can be reached from the forward cabin and, for guests, from the corridor. 

3. Saloon with the galley in the forward part to starboard and the dinette to port. Behind it is the seating area with a spacious bench seat and table to starboard and a large cupboard unit to port. 

3. Saloon with the helmsman’s position from where the yacht is steered in the forward part to starboard. The dinette is to port.
Behind it is the seating area with a spacious bench seat and table to starboard and a spacious galley to port. 

4. Aft cabin with large double bed, toilet and separate shower*. A lot of cupboard and storage space as well. 

4. The Sedan section, also known as open cockpit. With a large bench seat, table and large hatch under the cockpit with a lot of storage space. 

The captain stands outside – on top of the aft deck – to steer, protected against the weather by a folding roof or bimini* 

The captain stands inside to steer. 

You have excellent visibility of what is going on around you from the high aft deck. The excellent visibility makes manoeuvring especially easy. 

When steering inside, you are somewhat lower and closer to the water. 

To go inside, you go down the steps from the raised aft deck. 

You can easily walk inside through the large outward-opening double teak doors from the large open cockpit, all on the same level. Even if you are steering inside you have excellent contact with family and/or friends sitting on the bench seats behind you in the open cockpit. 

Living on the water means that you are completely free to go and stop where you like. However, you have to take account of a number of practical matters when underway:

Water

Your Linssen yacht is provided with a water tank (between 220 and 660 litres, depending on the model). You use this water for washing yourself and the dishes, flushing the toilet and showering. At home, we use an average of about 120 litres of water per person per day. So you will have to be somewhat more economical when on board your yacht. If you have four people on board, you will quickly get through between 100 and 200 litres of water a day. It is therefore essential to always check the tank in the marinas you call in at and if necessary top it up. 

Diesel

Just like your car, your yacht also needs fuel, which is always standard diesel. The tank contains an average of between 240 and 840 litres of diesel (again, depending on the model). Your boat is fitted with particularly fuel-efficient marine diesel engines. A few comparisons:

A 9-metre Linssen yacht with a 55 HP engine consumes about 3-4 litres per hour at a cruising speed of 5.5 knots (10 km/hour) and can travel about 300 nautical miles (600 km) on a 240 litre tank.
A 13-metre Linssen yacht with a 150 HP engine consumes about 6-7 litres per hour at a cruising speed of 7 knots (13 km/hour) and can travel about 800 nautical miles (1,450 km) on a 820 litre tank.
You will therefore consume about 200 litres of fuel during a week-long charter trip in which you travel about 5 hours a day.

Electricity supply
12 V
230 V

A motor yacht has multiple power supplies on board. In general, a 12 V supply will be used for lighting and other small consumers. This electricity is produced by the batteries of the on-board power system which are charged by the engine’s dynamo, just like your car.

There are also 230 V power sockets (on most yachts*). You can use them, for example, to connect a coffee machine or charge your mobile device or laptop.

This all sounds very complicated, but you will hardly notice it in practice. The systems have been designed to switch on and off automatically as required.