Superyacht Miami Blues Begins 12-Month Refit at KRM | Boat International

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Superyacht Miami Blues Begins 12-Month Refit at KRM
2020-07-09By Miranda Blazeby

The 36 metre Oceanco superyacht Miami Blues has begun an extensive 12-month refit at Turkish yard KRM.

Delivered in 1991, Miami Blues features exterior design by Richard Hein and an interior penned by Struik & Hamerslag.

The yacht arrived at the yard in June. The extensive refit will include the full painting of the hull and superstructure and a number of structural works, including the extension of the transom and the third deck to make a new flybridge.

All glass on deck and all teak decking will be replaced while the main engines and gensets will be overhauled. Stabilisers will also be installed.

Inside, the yacht will be treated to a completely new interior while the bow will be modified to create a new sitting area, complete with a Jacuzzi.

All design and engineering work will be carried out at the yard, with 80% of the total work completed in-house.

Managing director Kerem Baser said the refit is “one of the most exciting projects for our company so far”.

Miami Blues will be a very good example and proof of how far we can go on superyacht refit, both on quality and redesign.”

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