No Limit Ships
No Limit 17.50 FB

Our latest model has been developed together with the owner. The ship has been built for long voyages at sea, with all possible comforts available on board. The wheelhouse is wider than the No Limit 16.40. This is the first of the No Limit series models with a kitchen located in the wheelhouse. There’s a spacious lounge below deck, as well as a generously sized owner's cabin which is situated in the middle of the ship. 

The ship has a large flybridge which covers the cockpit. There’s a hydraulic crane on the flybridge for simple and easy launching and removal of the tender. The perfect yacht for long sea voyages.



  • Seaworthy
  • Perfect for long journeys
  • Rugged appearance, hull shape and tube
  • Very comfortable
  • CE-A certified, safe in all conditions
MaterialSteel hull with aluminium superstructure
Length17.50 m
Width5.50 m
Draft1.30 m
Standing height2.00 m
Vertical clearanceapprox. 4.10 m
Main engine2 x Volvo D13-900
Cruise speed12 knots as a displacement vessel
Max speed25 knots planing
Fuel tank8000 litres
Drinking water tank1000 litres
Waste water tank750 litres
Water displacement39 ton

Two six-cylinder Volvo Penta engines, each with a power of 650 hp, are fitted in the engine compartment, which is accessible from the outside, as standard. These engines are reliable and relatively economical due to the electronically controlled fuel injection. The use of two engines not only facilitates manoeuvring, but also serves as extra security for longer trips.

The No Limit’s consumption levels are roughly equivalent to a single-engine cruiser of approximately the same dimensions when sailing at cruising speed. This is due to the very low load of the relatively heavy engines at average cruising speeds.

The engines are equipped with a dual fuel system, which can be switched in the event of an emergency. The two engines make manoeuvring a No Limit child's play, partly because of this the ship is also very easy to sail alone. Certainly in combination with the standard bow and stern thruster.


No Limit Ships have a critical view where preserving a ship is concerned.

We use a top quality preservation system with two components. The ship is completely blasted again before the first primer treatment, in order to obtain the perfect adhesion. This is the best basis for realising a top quality preservation system.

An epoxy coating is applied to the inside and outside of the entire ship, after which it’s given a completely smooth and round finish with epoxy filler which is strong and permanently elastic.

The preservation process is completed with an epoxy coating, after which everything is given a smooth finish with a wear-resistant and UV-resistant lacquer.

The ship is built from seawater-resistant aluminium. This makes preserving the inside of the ship unnecessary.

The decks are provided with a wear-resistant anti-slip coating to prevent slipping on the walking surfaces.

The interior is treated with a top quality two-component lacquer and finished off with a one-component lacquer.


The No Limit is equipped with the latest innovations and developments.

It comes with a complete navigation package as standard. The No Limit can also be controlled from the flybridge behind the wheelhouse and can be fitted in line with the customer’s wishes.

The ship is equipped with an automatic whisper-quiet generator as standard. There’s an automatic fire extinguishing system in the engine compartment.

We use the user-friendly "EmpirBus" system. A highly reliable operating system which can be programmed in line with your exact requirements.

A very complete ship like a No Limit’s conventional technology would usually be equipped with large switch panels for operating everything on the ship. This is complicated and difficult for many people.

This is a thing of the past with No Limit Ships and the entire ship is easy to operate for anyone thanks to the operating system used. For example, the No Limit has a number of standard push buttons, such as an “on board” mode, “navigation” mode and “off board” mode. Everything you need is automatically operated with the mere press of a button.

“Why do things the hard way” is an appropriate expression here.

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