Sossego Yachts

Flirting with nature

If you want to sail fast in a beautifully
designed yacht with every comfort,
then this is your yacht!

Sossego Comfort

Do you like speed but do not want to lose out on comfort? Then this is the ideal yacht for you, whether you sail in the Mediterranean or the North European waters. One customer once described it as this: ‘It seems as if her elegant appearance flirts with the surroundings’. In this fast sailing motor yacht, maximum comfort is combined with minimal maintenance. You have a big say in the interior and style of the yacht. Each Sossego reflects the personal touch of the owner. The Sossego Comfort is a fast sailing aluminium motor yacht from 22 to 30 meters entirely of Dutch manufacture.

Sossego Sport

The Sossego Sport is a fantastic fast motor yacht, but also a fun boat. The Arnessen drive ensures the right trim. In addition, the perfect underwater hull guarantees a good seaway and a beautiful glide. A speed of over 40 knots can easily be achieved thanks to the two diesel engines of 900 – 1550 hp each. From a technical point of view, the 23 metre long Sossego Sport is a masterpiece and in combination with its looks, the yacht is a real pleasure to sail with.

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Van der Valk Maritiem

Van der Valk Maritiem started building the first Sossego yacht in 2005. This was done in close cooperation with Gebroeders van Enkhuizen, a household name within the Dutch yacht building industry. The first Sossego Sport 23 was introduced to the world at the 2005 Cannes Boat Show and turned out to be a particularly attractive streamlined yacht.This marked the start of a highly succesful partnership. Gebroeders van Enkhuizen yacht building originated from a yacht installation and service company established in 1992 in Makkum, in the province of Friesland. They have been building complete, superior quality motor and sailing yachts at their own wharf since 1999. Characteristic is the careful finishing of the yachts: the flawless finish of the exterior and ‘behind the scenes’ in the state of the art technical installations.