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38m No Destination launched after 30-month conversion

4 February 2022• Written by Tom McGhie

SUPERYACHT DIRECTORY

Motor Yacht

NO DESTINATION

Damen Yachting ·  37.5 m ·  2009

The 38 metre former Damen crew support vessel No Destination has been relaunched at Multiship Holland B.V., after a lengthy conversion project. 

The 30-month conversion took place at the Dutch shipyard's Friesland facility saw the support vessel converted into a multi-purpose expedition yacht with an exterior revamp courtesy of Azure Yacht Design & Naval Architecture.

The yacht was launched at the Dutch yard's Friesland facilities

Refit work saw the vessel's 33.5 metre hull lengthened by 4.5 metres as well as the addition of a five-tonne A-frame crane situated on the aft deck to deploy tenders and toys from the garage below.  

No Destination was first delivered by Damen in 2009 and was purchased by her current owner in 2019. She will now be able to sleep up to seven guests in three staterooms located on her lower deck, with further accommodation for a crew of four.

Twin Caterpillar diesel engines are set to power her to a top speed of 22 knots, with a range of 3,500 nautical miles estimated. No Destination has a delivery date slated for spring 2022.

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