Cerveza was built at Fleming’s shipyard in Taiwan and was delivered to the English owner in 2006. It was then the most well-equipped Fleming that ever delivered. After a few years the boat changed owner but remained partly on land and for sale due to little use. Bostrøm Hansen bought the boat by Fleming’s English representative in the autumn of 2016. The boat was ready and driven on its own keel to Marstrand Yachts who took over the boat on their own shipyard. Substantial upgrades were then made there. The boat was picked up in the spring of 2017 and felt like new and was imposted in Norway last summer. The boat has since then been at the Dronningen in Oslo.
Cerveza is registered in the Norwegian ship register and has a recognition signal: LEQF which is etched in the main bulkhead.
See specifications for the boat in the sales details from when Bostrøm Hansen bought it.
We note that the specifications today have changed significantly, but it is an indication and very useful information. There is a survey report that we ordered before the purchase, which can be sent with interest.
Below, the specification follows a list of what we have done with the boat after the takeover in England.
There are invoices and attachments at work and parts and some components are still under warranty.
New owner has access to everything.
The boat is unencumbered and can be mortgaged. Certificate required. It is fully insured in Tryg.
The special thing about this boat is that VAT and taxes have been paid both in Norway and in the EU countries and can therefore be sold freely in these.