Length 23m (75ft)
Builder Smedvik Mek
Built/Refit 1968 / 2021
Guests 8 in 3 cabins

FREDRIKSTAD was commissioned and paid as a lifeboat in 1968.

In 1996 she was purchased by the international entrepreneur, philanthropist, and yachtsman Peter de Savary, who led the British Sailing team at the America's Cup in 1983, and stripped the boat to bare frames for a major restoration and refit that transformed FREDRIKSTAD into the magnificent yacht it is today.

She underwent numerous refinements: at Pendennis Shipyard, founded by Peter de Savary and renowned for restoring luxury yachts, in 2006, at Spanopoulos in 2012, and at Cantieri Navali di La Spezia in 2021.

She offers generous outside areas, and can comfortably accommodate 8 guests on board.

She is the perfect choice for an owner looking for a piece of history.

Special features

  • Successful yacht conversion
  • Classic gentleman¬†yacht
  • Extensive refit at Pendennis shipyard
  • Excellent seakeeping
  • 3 guests cabins layout with ensuite bathroom
  • Very generous outdoor areas

Specification FREDRIKSTAD


Guests 8
Staterooms 3
Crew 3

Construction & Design

Built / Refit 1968 / 2021
Builder Smedvik Mek
Model Expedition
Exterior Designer Smedvik Mek
Interior Designer Ken Freivock

Dimensions & Materials

Length 22.86m (75'00")
Beam 6.02m (19'09")
Draft 3.63m (11'11")
Gross Tonnage 99 GT
Hull Material Steel

Performance & Engines

Cruising speed 11 Knots
Max speed 12 Knots
Cruise range 3,200 nm
Range 3,600 nm
Engines 2 x Detroit Diesel (250 hp)

1 x Kohler (20kW)
1 x Northern Lights (20kW)

Class & Flag

Flag United Kingdom