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Van Wijk 21 Launch, Tromp

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Van Wijk 21, traditional Dutch, double ended motorsloep

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Tromp is a Van Wijk 21 Launch, a traditional Dutch double ended "Motorsloep" built in GRP by Bouw Van Wijk BV in 1990 to the Peter Beeldsnijder design. She was imported into the UK by Thames Ditton Marina Ltd.; all paperwork is available. Tromp has the higher power engine option, with a Ford Mermaid Meteor 56bhp 1800cc marine diesel engine. 

She was extensively refitted in 2009 including new engine mounts, and drive plate and an Aquadrive coupling.  A new engine box was fitted with comprehensive sound proofing.

She comes with Galvanised launching and storage carriage and tailored all-over cover.

At only 1ft 8ins (0.5m) draft she is ideal for exploring shallow creeks, beach barbecues etc. Her engine option means she can push capably against strong tidal streams when necessary to get you home quickly.  

Approximate Dimensions

Length Overall  20ft 6ins 6.2m
Length on Deck  19ft 8ins 6.0m
Beam  7ft 7ins 2.31m
Draft  1ft 8ins 0.5m
Displacement  1980 lbs 900kg

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For further details or to arrange to view, please contact Adrian  Espin at: - Astonbury Marine Services 
19 Colne Road, Brightlingsea, Essex, CO7 0DL  Tel: 01206 305 996  or +44 1206 305 996   

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