The latest superyacht to arrive at the Icon Yachts facility in Harlingen, The Netherlands is the 41.30 metre superyacht Seven Sins. Captained by Martin Andersson, Seven Sins arrived on Wednesday coming from the Caribbean island Antigua.
Originally built by Heesen Yachts in 2005, the refit of Seven Sins includes a full re-spray of her hull, a new MOB crane, full maintenance of her generators and other small repairs.
Project manager Jacob de Boer and his team of specialists will start with the refit work immediately as all works need to be completed in a timeframe of only 6 weeks. Superyacht Seven Sins is under management of Yachting Partners International.
Alongside M/Y Seven Sins, Icon Yachts is also busy with the refit of M/Y Rahil, which is nearly completed. Furthermore, the Royal Huisman shipyard has extended their lease contract with Icon for dry dock space to complete the refit of the 93 metre superyacht EOS.
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