Model range of Consonant

The brand Consonant produces displacement Yachts. There are 1 model 14.5 meters.

About Consonant

The history of the company

Consonant Yachts was founded in 1995 in Holland. In 1999 she launched her first model under the Kuster brand. In addition, her production Noaber boats became famous. In 2007 the model Kuster 42ft was named Boat of the Year by the Netherlands Water Sports Business Association (HISWA). About 70 yachts were produced. In 2015 Consonant became part of North-Line Yachts.


The new owner intends to continue production and technical support of the previously released vessels.


Consonant's production facilities are located in Friesenfen, Netherlands. They are focused on building steel hulls.

Model range

The yachts produced by Consonant are steel displacement yachts with stationary engines in lengths from 8 to 19 m, designed for a wide range of applications. As a rule, they are equipped with a fully closed cabin. The most famous lines are Noaber and Kuster - bright representatives of conservative Dutch style.


Most of the company's boats can be used not only in the open sea, but also in canals and other closed water areas of Europe.

Consonant yachts have a community of loyal fans who not only meet and travel together, but also have an active influence on the fate of the company.

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