The 27 metre Moonen motor yacht Nashira has been redelivered to her owners following a nine-month refit period at FDC Yachts in Turkey.
Refit work began with an extension of the swim platform by one metre and the sundeck by 1.5 metres, offering extra lounging room across both decks. Elsewhere, her exterior layout has been modified with the addition of new teak and a new light grey finish to the hull.
The interior was also a central focus of the refit and has seen her cherry wood veneers and rainbow upholstery replaced with darker woods and a more sophisticated, neutral palette of colour. While her interior configuration remains largely the same - with an open-plan main saloon, master suite, VIP suite and two doubles - her main saloon now features a sit-up bar. The main engines were also overhauled during her time ashore.
Nashira was built in steel and aluminium by Dutch shipyard Moonen and was delivered in 2006 as a Moonen 84 model. She has cruised under a number of different names, most recently Prana, and was sold to new owners in November 2021.
The owners of Nashira intend to cruise the Mediterranean with their newly refitted vessel.