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Moonen begins construction on second hull in 36m Martinique series

Dutch yard Moonen has begun construction on the second hull of its 36.3 metre Martinique series.

The yard revealed that the keel laying ceremony took place on December 14 last year and the hull and superstructure are scheduled to be joined in July. Currently for sale, the yacht is scheduled for a spring 2020 delivery.

Exterior design comes from Dutch designer René van der Velden while naval architecture comes from van der Velden in collaboration with Diana Yacht Design.

Meanwhile London-based Studio Indigo has been handed the interior design brief and will work closely with the owner.

Project manager of YN199 Nicky van Zon, who attended the keel laying in December, said: “The Moonen team along with the Lloyds surveyors were all on site to celebrate this significant moment."

"We will combine the hull and superstructure in July at the Moonen shipyard in ‘s-Hertogenbosch, which is a moment I’m particularly looking forward to. It’s always a special moment to see the design coming to life.”

YN199 is the second hull to be built on the 36 metre Martinique platform and follows Brigadoon, which was delivered in summer 2018.

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