The 40.36-metre superyacht Be Mine (ex; Leonora) has been relaunched in New Zealand following a major refit at Oceania Marine’s facilities in Port Whangarei. The 12 week refit saw the Lürssen vessel undergo a full superstructure repaint as well as electrical, engineering, fabrication, survey and other painting works.
“I congratulate everyone involved on putting this project together then executing it to achieve what has to be an excellent outcome for the owner. I spoke to skipper Mikael Andersson and he said we have a great team and have done a great job. Like almost any refit, unexpected works emerged but the team adapted and kept things on track,” commented Oceania Marine Managing Director Martin Gleeson.
Launched in 1991, Be Mine underwent her last significant refit in 2012 at Dutch yard Royal Huisman, where she underwent a paint job of underwater body, steel hull and superstructure; construction work including updates to sun deck, main deck and portholes; replacement of teak decks; service work to board systems; interior modifications including updates to upholstery; updates to electronics (entertainment, navigation and communication) and to electrics.
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