The team at Monaco Marine La Ciotat are currently busy with a total of 16 superyacht refit projects at their facilities, with another nine vessels scheduled to arrive at the company in the coming months. Group Sales Director, Vincent Larroque, sent SuperYacht Times the following photographs of the progress of several of the vessels.
The current projects range from 37 to 77 metres, including the 77.7 metre Feadship built Tango, and the 73.55 metre Nobiskrug built Flying Fox, both of which are having their hulls repainted. Pictured below is Tango, completed by the Dutch shipyard in 2011 and featuring naval architecture from De Voogt Naval Architects, with exterior and interior design from Eidsgaard Design.
Below you can see Imagine, Crazy Me, Harbour Moon, Netanya 8, Hokulani, Rio Rita and Plus Too, amongst others.
Amongst the superyachts scheduled to arrive in Monaco soon is the 77 metre Feadship Predator, the 44 metre Feadship Moon Sand, and the 60 metre Amels Madame Kate.
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