41m S/Y Inmocean has arrived for refit work at Oceania Marine in New Zealand. Built by Fitzroy Yachts in 2008, with naval architecture by Dubois Naval Architects and an interior by Adam Lay, the yacht is at the yard for an extensive refit and maintenance period.

The work list includes a full superstructure repaint, some minor repairs on the hull paint and re-antifouling, maintenance, repair work and an interior refresh. All the work is to be carried out by the Oceania Marine team, with support from their network of sub-contractors including the nearby Specialist Marine Interiors (SMI).

"As a New Zealand built yacht it is nice to see Inmocean back in NZ for these works," said Jim Loynes, Yacht Liason at the yard. "We are especially glad to welcome her to the yard as she is a great project to kick off the upcoming season and represents an earlier than usual start to the superyacht season for us. We see this as some reward for all the hard work everyone has  put in over recent years and hopefully heralds a successful summer for Oceania Marine." On completion of her refit Inmocean will progress on her world cruising schedule.

The refit of Inmocean follows refit work by the yard on 34m CHE and 37m Damahwil earlier this year. The yard has also invested heavily in it's facilities having expanded their yard and operations in 2013. Click here to read that story.

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