WELLENREITER is the largest Jongert yacht ever launched. She was designed by Andre Hoek and built in 2003 to Lloyds class.
This 46 m steel sloop with an aluminum superstructure and keel/centerboard configuration has a very high sail area to displacement ratio for a keel boat. Other technical elements include her furling boom, captive winches and storage for two tenders in the stern (under deck) and bow (integrated into the superstructure).
Below deck, an air of luxury prevails. The full beam owner’s stateroom is located astern and includes an office, sitting room and vast walk-through bathroom, a spectacular feature normally found on large motoryachts.
MCA compliant, this superyacht accommodates seven guests in a master suite plus double and twin cabins. A notable feature is the fact that the study adjacent to the owner’s stateroom could easily be converted into a further twin cabin.


Basic Information

  • Type: Sloop
  • Naval architect: Andre Hoek
  • Builder: Jongert B.V. Netherlands
  • Year: 2003
  • Hull: Steel
  • Length: 46,10 m (151')
  • Beam: 8.90 m (29'2'')
  • Draft: min 3.90 m (12'8'') / max 6.85 m (22'47'')
  • Sail area: Approx 1186 m sq
  • Engines: One MTU 8V 2000 M70 670hp/499Kw @2050 rpm
  • Registry: Malta
  • Location: Golfe-Juan, France

  • PRICE: 7.500.000€ VAT PAID


  • Owner:

    Owner’s master suite aft with full width bathroom, study with single berth and separate showeroom.

  • Guests:

    Two en suite guest cabins, one double and one twin.
    The study adjacent to the owner’s suite can also easily be converted to a twin guest cabin.

  • Crew:

    One captain cabin with double berth and two crew cabins with upper/lower berth, each with en suite bathroom.