Construction on Moonen's latest 36.3-metre YN199 progresses as the shipyard announces the successful joining of the hull and superstructure. First announced in January 2019, the second hull in Moonen's Martinique line is on track for delivery during summer 2020 and is one of the first projects to come from Moonen under new ownership. The speculation project currently for sale with Burgess features an exterior design by René van der Velden, who also collaborated on the naval architecture along with Diana Yacht Design.Photo: Moonen YachtsPhoto: Moonen YachtsPhoto: Moonen YachtsYN199 is to feature a 'sophisticated and chic' interior by Studio Indigo and a six stateroom layout to accommodate up to 12 guests in addition to seven crew. The interior design concept remains flexible to allow for the customisations of her future owner, who will be able to enjoy maximised internal areas with a light and spacious feel. Photo: Moonen YachtsPhoto: Moonen YachtsPhoto: Moonen YachtsWith a high-tensile steel hull and aluminium superstructure, the 334 GT YN199 is set to achieve top speeds of up to 16.5 knots and benefit from reduced fuel consumption and low noise and vibration levels.Photo: Moonen YachtsFollowing her delivery next summer, YN199 will be on display at both the Cannes Yachting Festival and the Monaco Yacht Show 2020. Moonen also has a third 36-metre steel and aluminium yacht under construction.