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Balk relaunching superyacht Seven Sins this weekend


Balk Shipyard is relaunching superyacht Seven Sins this weekend, following an interesting refit, in which her bow was lengthened. Extensions to yachts are most often completed through a stern or amidship extension, making this refit completely unique. The extension will add a total of 2.3 metres to Seven Sins, making her total length 43.60 metres. Seven Sins was originally built by Heesen Yachts and launched in 2005.

Van Oossanen Naval Architects are responsible for the technical realisation of the bow extension. The project is being managed by Jacob de Boer from the Orange Boat House, and Wim Mooiweer from the Balk shipyard.

By Maarten Janssen

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