Front Street Shipyard tells us they have become the home-away-from-home for two New Zealand-built superyachts, that just joined the yard after trips north from the Caribbean. These Kiwi sisters will be summering in Maine whilst undergoing refits.
The 33 metre (108-foot) pilothouse sloop Marae will be getting new paint on both her hull and superstructure, as well as addressing systems and electrical needs. The yard will also be making some modifications to the owners' cabin.
The 29 metre Symmetry, built in 2004 by Yachting Developments, is a one-off custom yacht designed by Germán Frers. She's been a comfortable cruising boat around the world for the past decade, and is spending the next few months getting new paint from the top of her 130-foot mast to the bottom of her 12-foot keel. She'll also be getting new teak decks before heading back out to enjoy the Maine summer.
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