About Prosit

In 1969, two yachts were being built simultaneously at Royal Van Lent, demonstrating that the uses for yachts were becoming increasingly varied. Entertainment was an absolute priority at the 31.09m Prosit. Among the attributes requested by her owner, were a fishing cockpit complete with stainless steel fish and bait boxes (with their own running water), and two customized fishing chairs. In contrast, the 36.81m Intent was primarily intended as a family boat. Particular attention was paid to the layout, furnishings and equipment to ensure a genuine homely feel in the lounge, owner's stateroom and four double-bunk cabins.


General info
  • Launch name Prosit
  • Current name Intrepid
  • Previous names Prosit, Persistence, Pat C VIII, Big Eagle, B.P. John II, Endeavour
  • Build year 1969
  • Hull number 706
  • Yard Royal Van Lent
  • Length 31.09m / 102'1"
  • Beam 6.79m / 22'4"
  • Draught 1.98m / 6'6"

  • Fuel Capacity 22,712 litres / 6,000 US gallons
  • Water Capacity 5,678 litres / 1,500 US gallons

  • Naval Architect De Voogt Naval Architects

  • Main Engines 2x Caterpillar D343 TA, 460 bhp at 2000 rpm each

  • Guests 6