Moonen Yachts has sold the 36.3-metre speculation yacht project YN199 ahead of her August launch date. The new owner will take delivery of YN199 in October 2020 in the Middle East after approaching the shipyard with interest into the Moonen Martinique platform.
“I have always wanted a Moonen, but it was unclear when. It’s, in fact, a smaller size yacht, but can easily compare with the largest superyachts in the world quality and style-wise. I absolutely adore the winter garden and love the spacious layout of the sundeck. This yacht gives me and my family so much room for relaxing and enjoying the water," commented the owner.Photo: Moonen YachtsAs sistership to Brigadoon, the YN199 features exterior design by Dutch designer René van der Velden, naval architecture by Diana Yacht Design and interior design and styling by Studio Indigo. In addition to her sophisticated hull design, the YN199 features a spacious main deck with a large saloon, adjacent formal dining area, a well-equipped galley and spacious master suite. Outside, the aft deck offers areas for relaxation and access to the swimming platform.Photo: Moonen YachtsPhoto: Moonen YachtsTo the aft of the bridge deck, guests can make use of the winter garden where a second lounge area can be transformed into an indoor/outdoor entertaining area. Overlooking this space is the sun deck, which includes space for seating, a bar, grill and sound system. Four additional staterooms - all with private bathrooms - can be found on the lower deck.The Martinique model is powered by twin CAT C32 engines for a top speed of 16.5 knots and a cruising speed of 14.5 knots. The YN199 also comes complete with a range of 4,000nm at a cruising speed of 10 knots. Moonen also has the YN200 currently in-build and due for delivery in August 2021.