BANJER making her way through  


Searching for "Banjerites"
 



FIVE DAYS TO GO FOR THE 2016 BANJERS GATHERING!
MEMBERS COMING FROM SIX COUNTRIES!

Last updated pages

Day. Month.Year
PAGE
09/08/2016
10/08/2016
04/04/2016


THE BANJER 37 MOTORSAILER

Banjer 37 Motorsailer is a handsome g.r.p. ketch rigged pilothouse motorsailor, modeled on the lines of  a North Sea trawler, with a distinct emphasis on the motoring side of her job. Banjer 37 was designed by the Dutchman Dick Lefeber and built from 1968 by Intermarine N.V., at Eista Werf,  their Ammerzoden premises close to Netherhemert, Holland. The hull and superstructure were moulded by Polyboats of Amsterdam (later by Polymarin), to Lloyd's specification, and the minimum hull thickness is half of an inch.  

From 1972 the Banjer 37 Motorsailer was marketed in the U.K by Stangate Marine who had a yard at Littlehampton exclusively to handle this boat and her sisters, the Rogger series.  From about 1974 Stangate built the Banjer "Transoceanique" version, with a 1,5 mts. bowsprit and a standard sail plan of 75 m2, and continued to do so until 1979, after production had stopped in Holland.

These rugged pilothouse motorsailors are highly suitable for extended coastal cruising and have also proved their sailing abilities through long passages. Banjer 37 motorsailers can be found as far away from her original home waters as in Papua, New Guinea.

This site, www.banjer37.net, is conceived to provide the Banjer 37 Motorsailer Club with an instrument to reach and gather Banjer 37 owners and enthusiasts throughout the world, and give them a place where to share their experiences and their love for this proper little ship.


Find  the full Banjers and Eista history at:

 

Visit also other Eista-boats related sites:

Rogger Motorsailer Club   
 Krammer Club       
Doerak Club

We have had
pages hits, since 13 Nov. 2000
Click here to see website statistics
(Our gratitude to WebStats for their outstanding free services)

We have been visited from 168 Countries/Territories!
(Click on the spinning Cardinal Rose to know from where!)

  This BMC site's first publishing date:
October 26, 2000
(C) 2012 - Banjer 37 Motorsailer Club - All rights reserved


Motorsailers, Motor Sailers, Motorsailors, Motor Sailors, Motorzeglers, Motorzeilers, Motoveleros, Motoveleiros, Motorsejleres, Motorseglers...

Motorsailer, Motor Sailer, Motorsailor, Motor Sailor, Motorzegler, Motorzeiler, Motovelero, Motoveleiro, Motorsejler, Motorsegler...

Motorsailing, Motor Sailing, Motovelear...