Moonen shipyard has announced the delivery of the first superyacht in its new Matica Caribbean series, 30m Bijoux.
Delivered to her owner on 28th June, Moonen hosted a party and in a statement commented, “Good food and great company made for a memorable event as we sent the newly christened Bijoux off in the style that this beautiful boat deserves. An excellent band added to the festive atmosphere for everyone involved in this milestone build for Moonen.”
The owners of Bijoux were in attendance at the ceremony with their family and friends, and were “delighted to see the completed yacht in all her aspects. Even the sun played along, showcasing the colour combination of a grey hull with white superstructure and black stripes.” The owners are now due to cruise to Malta on the weekend.
Bijoux was launched in a ceremony in May, and was designed by Rene van der Velden with interiors by the Adam Lay Studio. She features curved windows on her main and bridge decks, with a recessed hull and, according to Moonen, features a “modern yet timeless aesthetic that showcases a bright new future in motoryacht elegance”.
At the time, project manager Nicky van Zon said, “As launch customers for this model, the owners have had a significant influence on the design and layout of the first Matica. Although they have visited the yard on a number of occasions during the build, they were delighted that the yacht looked even better in the water than they had imagined.”
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