The Boat

Take Two was designed by Dirk Kremer, built by Waarschip in The Netherlands, and launched in 1991.  She spent her first 10 years as a crewed charter boat in the Caribbean, then had two other private owners before coming to us.  We bought her in April 2008 and moved aboard full-time in August 2009.

The builder tells me that 3 boats were made from this design, as well as a 52′ version, but I have not been able to find any trace of these boats.  The multihulls were an anomaly for Waarschip as their business appears to be focused on smaller monohulls.

Name: Take Two
Launched: 1991
Designer: Dirk Kremer
Builder: Waarschip B.V. (Netherlands)
Length Overall: 48′
Beam: 26′
Draft: 4′
Bridge Clearance: 68′
Fuel: (2) 90 gallons
Water: (2) 75 gallons
Holding: (2) 50 gallons
Underwater Profile: Keels
Construction: Wood & Epoxy
Engines: (2) Beta 38hp
Propellers: (2) Max-Prop 16″
Steering: Hydraulic
Generator: Beta 9kW
Inverters: (2) Victron MultiPlus 3000W
House Bank: LiFePO4 400Ah @ 24V
Watermaker: CruiseROWater SeaMaker 30
Autopilot: B&G AC42
Radar: B&G Broadband 4G
 Dinghy:  AB 13AL
 Outboard:  Suzuki 30hp 4-Stroke

On The Ball

Take Two

Take Two Tree


Best Photo of Take Two Sailing, Montserrat 2016