Moonen Shipyards has received the hull of the all-new Moonen 100 Explorer and started outfitting for a probable launch during the spring 2013.
Designed in collaboration with Vripack Naval Architects, she is the fourth explorer-type superyacht built by Moonen after the 90’ Commercial Break and 92’ Poseidon (2003) and the award-winning 114’ My Issue (2006).
“Over the past five decades, we have built up an impressive fleet of motoryachts that share an irreplaceable Moonen quality,” says managing director Emile Bilterijst. “The fact that we are able to offer entirely distinctive types of motoryachts such as explorer, high-speed, displacement and fully custom built– is exceptional in today’s market. And the way we create these superyachts for such a diverse group of owners in terms of nationality, age and sailing experience further reinforces our ability to offer premium Dutch quality at genuinely competitive prices.”
This vessel will have a steel displacement hull, an aluminium superstructure and will be MCA compliant and Lloyds registered.
She will have a 5,000 nautical miles range at 10 knots.
Photos: Courtesy of Moonen Yachts