Jeaclopedie II

Jeaclopedie II

About Jeaclopedie II

In the early sixties, De Vries and De Voogt started a co-operation with Carlo Riva, owner of the ultramodern Cantieri Riva wharf in Sarnico, Italy. The results of this relationship were three different De Voogt/Riva design series: Atlantic at 26.70m, Viking at 35.20m and Caravelle at 22.50m. All made a favorable impression on the market, but the greatest success in terms of sales was achieved by the Caravelle-series: a modern fast steel motor yacht, equipped with two GM V-8 diesel engines. Seven were built in total.


General info
  • Launch name Jeaclopedie II
  • Current name Jeaclopedie II
  • Build year 1961
  • Hull number 574
  • Yard Koninklijke de Vries
  • Length 21.80m / 71'7''
  • Beam 5.12m / 16'10"
  • Draught 1.45m / 4'10"