Sailing superyacht Tamer II completes 18-month refit
by Laura Nineham
As part of her refit, Tamer II has received a number of overhauls to her interior and exterior that have retained her original 1980s appearance whilst replacing her systems with brand new technology.
"New entertainment systems are cleverly hidden within the original cabinets and all the original tiles, fabrics, carpets, light-fixtures, etc. are either reused or renewed," explains a statement from Jongert. "The latter turned out to be quite challenging as in 28 years much has changed. Fortunately, by having stored much of the original building information, Jongert managed to find the right products and materials."
Easily recognisable as a Jongert thanks to her striking lines, Tamer II is one of the Jongert Traditional Line. Her bowsprit and aft platform bring her length to a total of up to 36 meters. Her stern windows, ketch rig and teak wooden superstructure add to the distinctive Jongert Traditional Line style.
Tamer II now benefits from a new teak deck, paint job, a Haman system, new wiring and electronic systems, new navigation and communication systems, new entertainment systems and a number of interior-exterior modifications.