Dutch yacht builder, Moonen Yachts, has announced a new concept, Moonen 110. Combining market trends with the desires of current and prospective owners, the company has designed the 33.87-metre yacht in collaboration with exterior designer René van der Velden and naval architects Diana Yacht Design. Photo: Moonen
Building on the Moonen 84 and 97 models, the 256 GT yacht will be a contemporary take of her predecessors spread over three decks; lower deck, main deck and a combined bridge and sun deck.
Notable features will include; a full-beam master stateroom, floor to ceiling windows in the dining area, ample outdoor living, and an optional Jacuzzi.
Next to the master stateroom and two twin guest cabins will sit a VIP stateroom. All staterooms and cabins will feature en-suite bathrooms for up to 10 guests. The new yacht will also have space for five crew in three cabins.
Moonen 110 will have a shallow draft, making her ideal for destinations including the Bahamas, Caribbean and Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. She will have two CAT C18 Acert engines and run at a cruising speed of 10kn, with a maximum speed of 13kn.