The newest build in the Martinique line, YN204 will be the sixth hull to be built on this proven platform. The interior will be designed by the young and talented Hollander Yacht Design team. Her exterior lines have been drawn by our long-standing exterior designer René van der Velden, naval architecture is executed by our strong partner Diana Yacht Design.
For this project Moonen is working closely with Neal Esterly from Fraser Yachts who is representing the client at their broker. Technical client representation in the trusted hands of Ian Kerr.
One specific change to the original design is the shortening of the swim platform to exactly make the yacht fit her berth. The length over all will now be 36.27 metre (119 feet) and will still be equipped with a fully integrated hydraulic swim platform.
Accommodating a total of 12 guests and seven crew, the full-beam master stateroom, large guest cabins, and spacious crew quarters are amongst the many unique features that make her stand out.
Further increasing her charm, the Moonen Martinique is capable of long-range cruising, transatlantic crossings or travel at high speeds at 16.5 knots.
The project is scheduled for delivery in June 2024.
|Length overall||36.27 m / 119 ft|
|Beam max.||8.00 m / 26.02 ft|
|Gross Tonnage||345 GT|
|Maximum speed||16.5 knots|
|Range||4.000nm @10 knots|
|Number of Guests||10 + 2 guests (1 Master stateroom, 2 VIP staterooms & 2 guest cabins)|
|Number of Crew||7 crew (1 captain’s cabin and 3 crew cabins)|
Did you know that after Dutch builder Moonen Yachts handed over the brand new 36metre/120 ft superyacht BOTTI this year, her owners decided to bring her straight across the Atlantic on her maiden voyage? Now that’s real trust in Moonen Yachts quality, reliability and support! Find out how we did in this interview with Captain Matthew Curtis. He shares the crew’s experience on the transatlantic maiden voyage from the Netherlands and cruising with the owners on the United States eastern seaboard. Have you spotted BOTTI in the United States this summer?
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