Dutch shipyard Moonen has released their latest concept - the 42-metre Marquis. Built from steel and aluminium, the four-deck motor yacht has joined Moonen’s Caribbean line and features the exterior design work of Dutch designer René Van der Velden and naval architecture by Diana Yacht Design. “The round bilge of this displacement hull makes the yacht seaworthy and gives her a very economical fuel consumption and long range at lower speeds. Together with her exceptionally low noise and vibration levels, this well-equipped yacht gives great comfort and luxury,” explains Moonen Business Development Manager, Maarten Hogeweg. “Moonen Yachts will build and fit out the yacht in accordance with their usual recognisable quality standards and deliver it to the principal, after extensive sea trials, in a ready-to-operate condition.” In addition to the main-deck owner’s suite, four guest cabins and up to nine crew can be accommodated for onboard. Guests can also make use of the sundeck which offers a Jacuzzi, shaded seating area, large sun pads aft and beach club. The interior designer of Marquis is yet to be decided.
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