Departing the Netherlands earlier this month, Moonen’s 30 metre Bijoux, the first superyacht to be delivered in their semi-custom Caribbean Series, has arrived in the Mediterranean and is now ready for a summer of cruising with her owner.
Part of the brand’s Caribbean series, she has been designed by René van der Velden with an interior by Adam Lay Studio and naval architecture by Diana Yacht Design. The vessel’s volume comes in just below 200 GT with her hull lines being based upon the successful Moonen 97 platform.
On board, Bijoux accommodates up to 10 guests over four generous staterooms, including a wide VIP cabin on the main deck, a large full beam owner’s suite, and two cabins on the lower deck with additional Pullman berths.
Guest spaces are elegantly decorated with raw materials adding a homely rustic touch to the otherwise stylish and classic tones that run throughout the interior.
Moonen is currently working on completing the second project in its Caribbean Series. The first 37 metre Martinique’s superstructure is taking shape and interested parties can contact Moonen directly to learn more about the details of this project.