Following the launch of motor yacht Bijoux last month, Dutch shipyard Moonen has released new updates on one of its other new constructions, the 37m M/Y Martinique.
In a recent statement, Moonen reported that its buyer had been forced to withdrawn from the build and so offers were being considered for a new buyer. With the hull and a considerable section of her superstructure already completed, Moonen described this as “an excellent opportunity for connoisseurs of fine cruising to step in, customise the yacht to their personal preferences, and own a motor yacht that will make global headlines for many reasons.”
The hull of Martinique has been built in high tensile steel, and the overall design of Martinique is described as contemporary, “reflecting the latest thinking in comfort and style.” There are roughly 290sqm on board, and a further 180sqm of al fresco space.
Outside, Martinique features a large garage, able to store a 6m tender inside the hull. She features a sun deck with two lounging areas on the flybridge aft and fore, a breakfast and dining area on the main deck, as well as a sunbathing and swimming platform aft.
On board, there is space planned for two VIP cabins and two guest cabins, with a maximum capacity of 12. There are also four spacious crew cabins, able to accommodate up to seven crew members.
Moonen also revealed that efficiency was a crucial part of building Martinique, from the layout of the engine room to the user-friendliness and ease of access to all the equipment.
For more information, visit Moonen Shipyards.