After winter spent in the Caribbean, she arrived at the Oceanco shipyard in April and left earlier this month bearing a new name on her transom.
The six-week refit period saw Treehouse receive a number of technical upgrades and "aesthetic refinements" following her first season cruising with new owners. Upgrades focussed on the yacht's propeller shaft seals and generators as well as new paintwork.
On completion of work, she headed into the North Sea and is now cruising in Norway, according to BOATPro's AIS Fleet Tracker.
“It is always a pleasure to welcome home a timeless classic from the Oceanco fleet. With the executed upgrades, we trust that the owners will continue to have the best possible experience on board and look forward to seeing Treehouse visiting breathtaking places around the world,” said refit project manager Frederik Marks.
The shipyard period comes two years after a major 18-month refit completed at La Ciotat, which saw a complete restoration of the vessel, then named Helios. This included the replacement of all the teak as well as a reimagined interior and remodelled sundeck.
Treehouse was first launched in 2001 as Pegasus and can sleep up to 12 guests and 17 crew.