Moonen motor yacht Mona Lisa sold
by Malcolm MacLean
The 25.15 metre motor yacht Mona Lisa has been sold with Arjen Hoeksma at De Valk Yacht Brokerage representing both buyer and seller.
Built in steel and aluminium by Dutch yard Moonen to a design by Mulder Design, she was delivered in 1994 as one of the yard’s Moonen 83 models - a flush deck cruiser with a round-bilge displacement steel hull, designed for long-range cruising rather than speed.
Mona Lisa has a classic, exclusive interior and a stable, comfortable design. Her polished wood interior provides comfort and luxury for six guests. The wheelhouse is separated from the dining area and saloon by the galley and day head and there is a full-beam master cabin at the stern along with a double and a twin, all with en suite bathroom facilities and flat screen television sets.
The aft deck includes an al fresco dining area with a generous table and chairs, while the flybridge holds a sheltered steering control centre and a luxurious lounge seating and dining area below a retractable shade. She amply fulfils the yard’s aim to "create pocket megayachts of the highest standard, combining traditional elegant styling with today's requirements in terms of comfort and state-of-the-art equipment.” Full side decks and lockers on the foredeck allow the crew to handle docking chores with ease.
Mona Lisa has twin 820hp MAN engines that easily reach a cruise speed of 11 knots and she has a range of 2,000 nautical miles at 9 knots.
Mona Lisa was asking €825,000.