Currently listed for sale with Burgess Yachts, SuperYacht Times’ Merijn de Waard recently visited the 35 metre superyacht Moon Goddess which was on display at the Miami Boat Show.
Custom built by Danish Yachts in 2006 and her last refit completed in 2011, she is built in carbon fibre/kevlar epoxy, making her extremely strong as well as exceptionally lightweight. She features naval architecture and exterior design by the renowned designer Espen Oeino, whilst her accommodation has been undertaken by Francois Zuretti.
Her hull is painted in an attractive turquoise blue, giving her a light and bright look. On board she accommodates up to six guests in total over three luxurious and spacious cabins, comprising of one double cabin, one twin cabin and a large, full beam master suite - all of which come with en suite facilities. She also accommodates a crew of up to five.
Her inside living areas are spacious and comfortable, offering guests the choice of two saloons on both the lower and upper decks. The retractable salon roof on the main deck provides an expansive, bright and open ambience.
Powered by two MTU 4000M90 3,698hp engines, she has an impressive top speed of 43 knots, with a cruising speed of 30 knots and a range of 400 nm. Amongst her tenders and water toys is a Nautica 2010 13’ jet, as well as ample diving equipment, water skis and a wakeboard.
Moon Goddess is currently located in the US, and is listed for an asking price of $6,150,000.