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Feadship motor yacht Heavenly Daze completes refit at Pendennis

Following a six month refit, the 32.2m motor yacht Heavenly Daze has left the Pendennis yard and is now en route to the Mediterranean for the summer charter season.

Built by Feadship in 1972, with a reputation as a sophisticated classic motor yacht, the main focus of her visit was on her interiors, with significant restyling and upgrades to her saloon and dining area, as well as her VIP and guest cabins.

Pendennis’ Interior Design team supported Wetzels Brown & Partners to restore the yacht’s original character while remaining true to her classic heritage. The refit saw the restoration of the original fittings on Heavenly Daze, with the addition of modern touches and stylish accessories.

The refit also included her RINA annual survey and general maintenance works with isolated deck, hull and tank repairs, and a top side repaint.

Jamie Painter, Captain of Heavenly Daze, commented: 'Although there was a tight deadline on the series of works outlined in the initial brief we formed a close relationship with the team at Pendennis and the design team at Wetzels Brown during the very early stages of the project, enabling Pendennis to deliver a substantial refit in this winter period. Once Heavenly Daze embarks on her charter season it will be extremely beneficial that Pendennis will be able to further support the yacht in the Mediterranean via their refit facility in Palma.'

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