MV FALK was converted to a yacht between 1996 and 1998 at a cost exceeding $ 8,000,000. She offers exceptional space and volume for a yacht of her size, with all the comforts of a home on the water. Very capable and seaworthy hull, fully stripped down and fibreglass sheathed to Germanischer Lloyds standards. New MAK 800 Hp diesels were fitted and, the yacht has been maintained regardless of cost and offered in excellent condition throughout. She offers 3 spacious guest cabins, including on deck master with Kingsize bed, very large saloon with Bang & Olufsen entertainment equipment, superb galley, huge outdoor areas with covered aft deck with seating for 10 and enormous walk in lazarette, straight from a “megayacht sized” bathing platform. This is a true “live aboard” yacht with serious cruising capabilities.
A brief bit of history
The Tjeld class was a class of fast patrol boats (FPB) designed in Norway. They were used as torpedo boats in Norway where this type of vessel were called MTBs or motor torpedo boats (motortorpedobåt). The class was also known as the Nasty class.
The prototype Nasty was designed, built and tested during the fall of 1957. The Tjeld class was developed and introduced by Boat Services Ltd. A/S, Oslo, in close cooperation with Royal Norwegian Navy officers with World War II experience in fast patrol boats; the chief designer being naval architect Jan Herman Linge. The Norwegian Tjeld-class vessels were constructed at A/S Westermoen Båtbyggeri og Mek Verksted in Mandal.
The design was also sold to the USA, Greece and West Germany.
Six vessels were built in the USA by John Trumpy and Sons  of Annapolis, Maryland (some parts, such as the keel and stem being imported). The US Navy used them as PTF boats in the Vietnam War.
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