"SY Jolly" is a well-proven 1990 model Långedrag 49ft steel cruiser. This Dutch-built boat has a unique, strong and spacious design that makes her comfortable to sail and enjoy time on. Jolly has been fully upgraded since 2016 and is now ship shape and ready for new adventures.


Jolly has a large cockpit and high freeboard that offers a protected steering position when the seas get rough.


When the sun is shining, her huge deck is perfect for relaxation and sunbathing. Inside, starting from the bow, she has two spacious double-bed private suites. These beds can be separated into singles with a canvas wall if needed. The social area, located in the centre of the yacht, is fully equipped and ready to prepare delicious healthy meals. We make our own world famous "captain bread" almost every day.


In the aft (stern) is the Captain’s cabin on the starboard side, and a three single-bed crew cabin on the port side.  The two aft cabins share a bathroom with a shower, toilet and a small washing machine.


Built heavy for ocean crossings, Jolly takes some wind to get moving. We calculate with 5 knots for our passage planning. However, with her favourite wind (between 16-24 knots) she easily reaches cruising speed of 6,5-8 knots and gives us a comfortable ride.


Jolly is constantly maintained, and we pride ourselves on keeping her and our equipment in the best possible conditions.


Jolly in Ålesund havn

Welcome to Jolly!

English Channel - Belgium


Inside view - towards the bow




Inside steering position

Inside steering position

Cabin wide view

Captains Cabin and shared aft toilet.

Captains Cabin - single cabin

Work space Capt. Cabin

Window view Captains Cabin

Captains Cabin

toalett -Aft

Shared aft toilet

Washing machine

Work space Crew Cabin

GOPR1213 (2)

Hall towards Private Ensuites

Toalett Cabin 1

Bathroom Private Ensuite 1

Private Ensuite 1

Detail Private Ensuite

Private Ensuite 2.

Toalett Cabin 2

Bathroom Private Ensuite 2

Sunset on board


  • Life jackets 12 pcs 

  • EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicator Beacon)

  • AIS transmitter/receiver

  • Emergency lights

  • Safety lines mounted on deck

  • Safety lines for crew 

  • Man Over Board (MOB) sender

  • MOB hauling equipment

  • Pharmacy

  • Storm jibe

  • Knifes mounted on deck


  • VHF GMDSS (radio) inside

  • Portable VHF

  • Dinghy

  • Outboard engine 25bhp

  • Fire extinguisher powder 6

  • Fire extinguisher foam 1

  • Simrad chart plotters

  • Radar

  • Backup GPS

  • NAVTEX - receive safety messages and weather reports

  • Satellite telephone