Sailing superyacht Spiip returns to Royal Huisman for refit

31 October 2018 • Written by Miranda Blazeby

The 34.17 metre sailing superyacht Spiip has returned to her home yard for a winter refit. The German Frers-designed Royal Huisman superyacht arrived at the Netherlands-based refit facility Huisfit after completing a summer cruise in Scandinavian waters.

Spiip is one of seven yachts currently being refitted at the Dutch yard over the winter period.

The German Frers-designed superyacht arrived at Huisfit following a summer cruise around Scandinavia

Improvements scheduled to take place on Spiip includes service work and various electric and electronics upgrades.

Delivered in 2000, Spiip features an interior design by Stirling & Co and can accommodate a total of six people with five crew members. She has a top speed of 11 knots, with power coming from a 415.0hp MTU 6R183TE72 diesel engine.

She is joined at the Husifit facility by two of the biggest sailing yachts in the world; 93 metre Lurssen sailing yacht Eos and three masted Royal Huisman yacht Athena.

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