Moonen Shipyards has bolstered its new build activity with the announcement of two new refit projects.
The first refit project involves the 30m Amigo II, originally built by Heesen in 2001 to a Peter Beeldsnijder design. Her owner is a familiar face at Moonen as he has commissioned the yard on two previous occasions for refit and maintenance work on the motoryacht.
This time round the main activity involves a comprehensive repaint of the exterior.
The other project is the overhaul of Moonen 84 Impetuous, which will undergo a considerable amount of work. The swimming platform is being lengthened by one metre and the yacht is being fitted with a zero speed stabilisation system, new teak decking and a long range tank. The seating area on the flybridge is being enlarged and rearranged.
The company is also making good progress on its two new builds from the Caribbean series – 37m Martinique and 32m Matica – and the yard claims a number of other projects are also on the horizon.
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