Moonen connects the hull to the superstructure Martinique

The first 37 metre yacht model Martinique gained 31 Mar form. Dutch Builder Moonen Yachts announced today that the joined body of high-alloy steel constructed vessel with a aluminium superstructure. Now you can appreciate the graceful curves and airy volumes of the second model series of the Caribbean.

“I am pleased to report that we are on schedule, said project Manager Niki van Areas – and the launch will happen in early 2018.” The return of the yacht models Martinique is scheduled for spring 2018.

Nicky van ZON also noted that the masters liked to work with high-alloy steel. “It’s great stuff and I’m looking forward to what opportunities will manifest itself in practice in terms of speed, fuel efficiency and comfort. Now we have completed the hull and installed all the pipes and electrical cables. Specialists wood is also well advanced in carpentry, half of the cabins for the crew is already completed, proceed to the guest”.

Then start welding, and then painting. Yacht internal volume of 350 gross tonnes contains 290 square meters of space for guests and crew plus 180 square meters of open spaces. Happy owners will be able to bring your style in the elegant teak interior, selecting coverings, ceilings, furniture and upholstery.

The project now needs a new client because the old client went back on their word. The interior was developed by Studio Nauta Design, but Moonen draws attention to the fact that a new buyer has enough freedom to make Ireland special.

The Martinique model retains the features of the Moonen family, but she has a low external profile, vertical Windows and sharper lines. Inside it has a modern layout: on the main deck is the owners cabin with panoramic view, kitchen with service area spacious lounge with dining area.

On the lower deck planned two VIP cabins and two guest rooms, designed for three children or two adults can accommodate up to 12 guests. In the stern are four spacious cabins for a crew of five or six people and a service area.

The main features include a hangar for six-metre boats and the possibility of using the crane to load a variety of water toys for bridgedeck. Cabin located on the bridge, the roof of which for an additional fee, you can build a sun deck.

Dutch shipbuilder for the first time presented its portfolio in the Caribbean in 2014 as a new, improved series of yachts, where many years of experience in the construction of the shipyard combined with the aesthetics of modern design.

A new series of a newly built custom yachts consists of six models from 26 to 38 metres, each named after one of the Caribbean Islands. The first of them, Moonen Matica length of 29.9 meters, was launched in may 2016 and was named Bijoux.

  • © Photo-materials: Boats Martinique Caribbean series, Moonen shipyards

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