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“The ship yard is always at your service”

Posted on 28 August 2013

I’ve know of No Limit Ships since 2005, when I had a Blue City 880 built – build number 4. Once I became addicted to sailing the idea grew get a larger all season ship on which I could work. The new Citation 1350 ship, which from the outside is based on the Citation 1250, the shipyard had already built two in 2001 – but inside its own discretion completely redesigned.

I wanted a ship I could sail comfortably on my own and a number of other requirements with regard to seaworthiness, sound conservation, “winter ready” independence of onshore power and size of the tanks were realized. It became a great ship which sails effortlessly.

What I specifically like about No Limit Ships is their technical know-how and the the people of the ship yard worked and communicated between themselves and with me as a customer. No request was too crazy and prices and costs are always clear and you could always bring out disagreements. Technically the boat is state of the art: the company also builds professional vessels for the International market, and also applies their knowledge and experience on their yachts. I sometimes prefer to show off the engine room than the rest of the ship and the Volvo engineer who maintains my engine told me he had never seen such a perfect engine.

If you want to carelessly live life with so much technology on board, it is crucial that the shipyard provide assistance at all times. Such is the case and to our full satisfaction. A fine ship from a fine yard.

Dolf de Kinkelder – owner of the Citation in 1350 Renske Maria