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Hull and Superstructure Joined on Third Moonen Martinique Yacht YN200

12 October 2020By Miranda Blazeby

Dutch yard Moonen has joined the hull and superstructure of the third superyacht from its 36-metre from its Martinique series.

The news comes after the yard announced the sale of the yacht last month. Built in steel, YN200 features exterior design by René van der Velden, naval architecture by Diana Yacht Design and interior design by Studio Indigo.

The owners, who are repeat Moonen customers, will use the yacht privately on the west coast of the US. Delivery is scheduled for November 2021.

They cited Moonen’s “reputation of unprecedented engineering and quality of mechanical systems” as reasons to stay with the builder.

The early sale has allowed the owners to make a number of customisations, including a 2.5 metre extension of the sundeck and addition of a Jacuzzi.

Accommodation on board is for 12 guests inside an owner’s suite and four additional ensuite cabins. Four crew cabins provide accommodation for seven staff, including a dedicated captain’s cabin on the bridge deck.

The 334GT interior meanwhile will feature teak wood throughout.

Powered by twin CAT C32 engines, YN200 will have a top speed of 16.5 knots and a range of 4,000 nautical miles at a 10 knot speed.