Steeler blog: Live from our Shipyard X

Ocean Camp exploring the Med which results in marvelous photographs.


Sea-trials 65 S Flyfish. More coming soon...


Today we delivered the Steeler Explorer 50 Pilothouse “Caledonia” to its owners.


Caledonia is fully equipped for longer journeys at sea and she is currently en route to Kiel, Germany from where she will mostly explore the Baltic Sea. Trips along the German Coast, Denmark, Sweden and Norway are scheduled for her and most likely other destinations will follow.

We want to thank the owners for a wonderful construction period in which we could demonstrate that we are truly capable of fulfilling their personal wishes and building the yacht of their dreams.

First 43S-design hull almost completed. What a beauty.


Flyfish 65 reaches highest point!


Today the impressive mast was placed on the Flyfish 65 S-design, completing her impressive looks.

Flyfish 65 S-design nearing completion


Launch of 41 S-design with “Flying Chairs”


Steeler Yachts launched a very special edition of the Steeler 41 S-design this week! Together with the owner, the Steeler design team developed “Flying Chairs” for a Flybridge experience in a “coupe” design motoryacht. In combination with a second steering position mounted on the roof and a bimini top, the concept allows the owner and his wife to enjoy their cruises in the open air!  

The same comfortable chairs,  upholstered in luxurious leather, can also be used in the salon or in the cockpit.  

Perfect example of a project that reflects our reason for being … if you can dream it … we love to make it!  

Please note the happy faces on the photos ..  

More pictures of 41 S-design “Sunray” on our website soon.

Rotterdam – Gibraltar... on one fuel tank?
Yes, Steeler S-design can!


Our claim that our patented S-design is far superior in terms of fuel efficiency has already been proven but this is a special milestone for our shipyard : When 59 S-design “Ocean Camp” reached Gibraltar last week after travelling 1250 nautical miles, her total fuel consumption had been 3325 liters, 83 % of her total fuel capacity of 4000 ltrs. This translates to 2.66 liters per nautical mile during a trip that included a crossing of the Biscay Gulf and 7 Beaufort wind with 4 meter waves heading down from the southwest coast of the UK.

Apart from the low fuel consumption, the NG59 impressed her owners on their maidentrip with cruising in utmost stability and comfort. The pictures on our website of a relaxed captain in the middle of a jungle of waves speak for themselves.

In the meantime, the ‘Ocean Camp’ has reached Ibiza on her trip from Amsterdam to the Cannes Yachting Festival.

The Cannes Yachting Festival starts September 11th upto the 16th. Please visit Ocean Camp at stand PAN028!

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 59 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!

57 S-line May Lilian


57 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

59 S-line ‘Ocean Camp’


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



De l'avant à l'arrière, de la coque au roof, un yacht à moteur à concept unique avec des solutions détente et confort exceptionnelles 

Coupé ou cabriolet?
  • tout le roof du poste de pilotage peut être remonté verticalement. Combiné au roof bain de soleil vitré XXL, le résultat est un concentré d'intelligence permettant de moduler un coupé et un cabriolet dans un même yacht à moteur.
  • le cockpit abrite un système de bimini dissimulé dans une cassette. Ce bimini peut être déployé jusqu'à former un taud entièrement couvrant.

Accostage et ancrage
  • côté tribord à côté de la console de pilotage, une porte pantographique permet des manœuvres d'accostage avec un équipage réduit
  • le coffre de rangement intégrés dans les passavants bâbord et tribord permet d'accéder facilement aux pare-battages
  • le dispositif d'ancrage à poussée hydraulique protège l'étrave dans les eaux les plus agitées
Navigation confort
  • espace à volumes ouverts et reliés quasiment sur un seul niveau, avec 4 marches reliant le poste de pilotage et le pont avant
  • bande vitrée ceinturant la coque garantissant une vue panoramique et une luminosité exceptionnelles
  • un double siège de capitaine se trouve au milieu du yacht qui, une fois le bateau amarré, peut être converti en une chaise longue.
  • conception en option avec deux ou trois cabines et deux ou trois salles d'eau
  • aménagement avec cuisine dans le poste de pilotage ou l'avant du bateau
  • cockpit pouvant être étendu avec un bain de soleil
Zone de navigation illimitée
  • Certification CE A (Ocean going)
  • Exempt de patente du Rhin
  • Les canaux de France sont facilement navigables grâce à son tirant d'air de 3,15 m seulement et tirant d'eau de 1,20 m
  • Extensions de coque protégeant les hélices dans les eaux peu profondes
  • Propulsion Zeus ou IPS en option




Longueur: 15.70 m. Rhine sans brevet
Longueur ligne de flottaison: 14.99 m.
Largeur: 4.70 m.
Tirant d'eau: 1.20 m.
Hauteur extrême: 3.15 m.
Réservoir à fioul: 2500 ltr.
Réservoir à eau: 750 ltr.
Réservoir à eaux usées: 300 ltr.
Motor: 2x Cummins QSB 6.7 - 480 CH
Catégorie CE: A
Construction: Aluminium

Specials on board the Steeler NG52S