Dutch refit facility, Balk Shipyard has announced the upcoming relaunch of its latest superyacht refit project, Seven Sins, at its facility in Urk, Netherlands this weekend.
The hull, which recently underwent an interesting refit project in which her bow was lengthened, rather than her stern or amidship section as in typical refit works. The extensions will add a total of 2.3-metres to Seven Sins, giving her a total LOA of 43.60-metres.
Built to comply to MCA and American Bureau of Shipping standards, she was originally built by Heesen Yachts and launched in 2005. At this time, she was constructed with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, and a stablisation system to reduce roll motion effect.
In the recent refit, Van Oossanen Naval Architects were responsible for the technical realisation of the bow extensions, while the project has been managed by Jacob de Boer from the Orange Boat House and Wim Moolweer from the Balk Shipyard.
Already an ideal charter yacht, with impressive leisure and entertainment facilities, the bow extension will allow for yet more room for socializsing and entertaining. She accommodates up to 10 guests across her five staterooms, including a master suite, two VIP staterooms, one double cabin and two twin cabins. She is also capable of carrying seven crew on board.
For more information, visit Balk Shipyard.