Steeler blog: Live from our Shipyard X

Our “First Star” finally touched base in homeport Seattle.


After a journey crossing the Atlantic, through the Panama Canal and cruising the pacific on a RO-RO transport vessel, “First Star” arrived on time.

The boat will undergo beautiful journeys in Puget Sound and other surrounding waters, more pictures will follow soon!

Ocean Camp rocking the waves


in Dover Strait and experiencing thrilling ‘Meets & Greets’with dolphins and whales!

Launch 43 S-design with twin Yanmar 110 PS ...


almost ready for efficient, stable and ‘sprayless’ cruising on the MED !

Launch 52 S “Blue Print”


35 knots with twin Cummins QSB 6.7 ltr with Zeus pods .. spectacular performance and so easy to manoeuvre. Further photo’s soon !

65 S “Li-Janne” leaving IJmuiden..


60 tonnes steel @ 14 knots with just twin 410’s ... S-design hull .. QED !

Courtesy visit to May Lillian, moored in Darthaven


together with Michael Miller from Imperial Motoryachts. Great athmosphere, great place to visit. Big thanks to Ian for his hospitality and being the local Steeler ambassador!

Steeler NG59 S ‘Ocean Camp’


Crossing Gulf of Biscay on her way to the Cannes Yachting Festival, 11-16 September 2018.
Bon Voyage !

Steeler Yachts “First Star” en route towards Seattle, Washington.

The first Steeler NG40 should arrive in the United States approximately around the 31st of July. We are very happy with this first delivery to the United States and hopefully the owners will make beautiful trips with her in the waters surrounding Seattle!

NG57 S-line May Lilian


NG57 S-line May Lilian gespot bij Weymouth UK

NG40 First Star


Tested by Dag Pike, Time Inc journalist testing the First Star. At age 85 he is working on his 53rd book.. this time on Hull design

NG59 S-line ‘Ocean Camp’


NG59 S-line ‘Ocean Camp’ moored at destination Copenhagen



MY ‘Ocean Camp’ is worthy of its name; it is a yacht that has everything you need for a long voyage. The Ocean Camp is not just a stable ocean-going vessel that takes its owner to its final destination efficiently and safely, whatever the conditions. The yacht simply resembles a comfortable floating home. Most unusual is that the Ocean Camp has everything on board to enjoy all the possible activities on and around the yacht in the best possible way. The yacht has a diving chamber with all the diving accessories and a compressor, two kayaks, two bikes, a Williams 285 turbojet and a storage area for wintersport gear.

The layout of this NG59 S-line is utterly unique with a walnut finish. The central point of the pilothouse is a cooking island with a lounge/eating area on the port side of the steering position and a pantograph door to the gangway.
It goes without saying that this yacht has a master bedroom, guest room with wet cells, and an unusual fore section that is designed to the owner’s specs. The fore section has an area that is best described as a luxury suite with gigantic sliding doors to close off the sleeping area.

During its maiden voyage to Copenhagen and back to the Netherlands, the “Ocean Camp” consumed just 2.7 litres per nautical mile with a speed of 7 knots.

A MagnusMaster system guarantees optimum stabilisation on board.


Length: 18.00 m.
Beam: 5.50 m.
Engine: 2x Cummins - QSB 6.7 - 305HP
Construction: Steel